SERVPRO of Evergreen Park / South Chicago City Employee Photos
Frank and Patricia Zubricki
Patricia is the sole owner of SERVPRO of Evergreen Park / South Chicago City, and a keystone member of the Chicagoland community. She is known for her dependability and responsible management of a productive and successful business. She is a successful entrepreneur who provides career job opportunities and gives back to the community in countless ways.
David Mason is our Vice President of Operations for SERVPRO of Evergreen Park / South Chicago City. His work history with SERVPRO dates back to 2006 when he coordinated 90 franchises as a BDP Business Development Program Specialist for SERVPRO Corporate. His efforts have resulted in a substantial number of accolades, including numerous Extra Mile Awards and the 2014 Outstanding Service Award. He has headed our Commercial Large Loss unit as a Sales Manager and also our far-ranging Storm Team. David has built and sustained many personal contacts throughout the restoration industry spanning the entire country. His knowledge, personality, and drive make him a valuable member of our SERVPRO family.
Cricelia is the Office Administrator at SERVPRO of Evergreen Park /South Chicago City. She is a valued member of the team who performs a vital role, seeing that our job documentation is kept up to date and accurate.
Michelle (Shelley) Barski
Shelley is a huge asset to our SERVPRO of Evergreen Park / South Chicago City office staff. Shelley has superb interpersonal skills that she utilizes to the max. She is detail-oriented, a serious multi-tasker who through her self-motivation, provides superior service to our customers and clients. Shelley has much experience in the Millwork Dept where she filled online orders and followed the transactions from billing to delivery. She takes ownership of her assignments and duties as she offers superior phone and analytical skills in her quest always to provide superior service. For information and help reach out to Shelley at (773) 337-3900.
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