Steve Webster retires today

Steve Webster

After more than 30 years serving the Department of Energy, Steve Webster is retiring. His last day is today.

Steve started his career with DOE in 1984 in Columbus, Ohio, working on the National Waste Terminal Storage Program. Originally a mining engineer, he later moved to Argonne National Laboratory to work for the DOE Repository Technology Program. In the 1990s Steve worked for the DOE’s growing Environmental Management Program. In 2005, he moved to the Fermi Site Office.

Steve’s responsibilities at Fermilab focused on infrastructure management, site stewardship and project management. He was heavily involved in the NuMI/MINOS effort and more recently the NOvA project.

Steve has made many valuable contributions to DOE and Fermilab, but he will be missed especially for his reliability, amicable disposition and friendship.

Mark Bollinger, Fermi Site Office