Miller retires after 29 years at RMWD

FALLBROOK – In July, Kevin Miller retired from Rainbow Municipal Water District after 29 years of service.

Miller joined the District in October, 1984 as a meter reader and retired as the wastewater and projects superintendent.

During his years with the district, Miller has held many positions, including maintenance worker, maintenance lead worker, construction & maintenance supervisor, assistant O&M manager and operations project manager.

Throughout his employment with RMWD, Miller continued to gain the knowledge and education as well as certifications, such as a grade 4 in collection system management, T2 in water treatment, and a D4 in water distribution.

His responsibilities included coordinating and managing the repair, maintenance and operation of the wastewater pumping and collection system. He also performs research, planning and inspection activities related to water, sewer, and facility projects.

Rainbow Municipal Water District would like to acknowledge Miller for his many years of service and for being a dedicated employee for almost three decades.

6 Responses to "Miller retires after 29 years at RMWD"

  1. RMWD ratepayer   July 28, 2014 at 10:39 pm

    Thanks, Kevin, for all you did for the district.You will be missed.

  2. DR DR   July 29, 2014 at 11:04 am

    I’ve been working for 30 years, may I retire and get pension for my next 30 years? No – this is "ONE", yes only one, of the reasons this country is in debt….pensions for unions. If a person gets $25.00/hr and $25.00/hr in pension…union and the rest of us just get the $25.00/hr. Get it?

  3. RMWD ratepayer   July 29, 2014 at 2:36 pm

    DR DR:

    Have you ever worked for nearly 30 years at the same place?

  4. DR DR   July 30, 2014 at 12:52 pm

    20 and 5 and will have to work the rest of my life I’m sure, even though I have a college degree and am working in the profession and make standard American wage, non-union.

  5. Huh?   August 1, 2014 at 11:21 am

    Dr Dr, sounds like you made a bad career choice. Don’t blame the guy in the story for making better decisions than you.

  6. RMWD ratepayer   August 1, 2014 at 1:34 pm

    Thank you, Huh?. Are we not all responsible for the choices we make?


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