Air Quality says farewell to Jarrell

Brenda Jarrell from the Air Quality Control Program departs from the Southern Ute Indian Tribe after nine years of service.
Damon Toledo | The Southern Ute Drum

Air Quality Program Manager, Brenda Jarrell, is departing from the Southern Ute Indian Tribe after servicing the community for nine years. Jarrell began her services with the Tribe in 2006 and has been instrumental in making the Southern Ute Indian Tribe’s Air Quality Program one of the most successful regulatory programs in Indian Country and has earned the respect of air quality professionals throughout the nation. Brenda’s next important role will be a stay-at-home mom for her first child, Desmond. A special lunch was held for Jarrell on Thursday, Jan. 15. She was met with all her peers and Tribal Chairman, Clement J. Frost, who presented her with a brand new Pendleton blanket as a departing gift.

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