Borough Wastewater Superintendent Retires After 34 Years
After 34 years of dedicated service, John Rellick has retired from his role as the Superintendent of the Indiana Borough Wastewater Treatment Plant.
Mr. Rellick started as an operator and worked his way up to the top position. He has truly been an integral part of the Indiana Borough’s team, bringing his expertise and leadership to a range of important wastewater projects and initiatives. John always worked tirelessly to ensure the safe and efficient operation of the Borough’s wastewater infrastructure and served as a trusted leader for his staff.
In retirement, John looks forward to spending time with family and friends, pursuing hobbies such as golfing and fishing and exploring new opportunities. His dedication, hard work and leadership will be remembered for years to come.
Indiana Borough Council and the entire Borough staff extend a sincere gratitude and appreciation to John for his years of service and wish him a happy and fulfilling retirement.