2-2-2018 – Corona – Meet Dolores Marquecho! She is a Food Truck Driver for the Child Nutrition Services Department!
Dolores is a CNUSD alumna. She attended Washington Elementary, Auburndale Intermediate, and Corona High.
“I was born and raised here in the city of Corona,” she said.
Dolores has been with the Corona-Norco Unified School District for 16 years.
“I’ve been in my position for 8 years,” she said.
Her favorite part of working at CNUSD is driving to different school sites and seeing different staff members every day.
“I appreciate her positive attitude and dedication to the students of CNUSD,” said Amanda Phillips, CNS Director, “She is a role model for all our employees.”
A typical day for Dolores begins with loading her truck and delivering warehouse supplies to each of her school sites. Her day continues with pizza delivery and ends with picking up and bringing back empty equipment.
Dolores always maintains a positive attitude.
“One things I love about her positive attitude is that she gives high fives wherever she goes,” said Megan Cook, CNS Manager, “She makes everyone smile and feel cared for.”
Dolores enjoys helping others.
“The most memorable experience I’ve had throughout the years is helping and training new hires that have come on the team,” said Dolores.
Dolores leaves work every day knowing she gave 100 percent.
“At the end of the day, I feel that I have accomplished my work and continue to do it with a good attitude,” she said, “The best that I can do is be a team player and give 100 percent every day, no matter what. I impact the District by bringing a team player attitude and doing whatever it takes to better my job and make it easier for my co-workers.”
Her favorite hobby is going walking/hiking with her co-workers.
“I also enjoy making blankets,” she said.
Dolores has three daughters; Vivian (33), Elaine (29), and Erika (22). The family pet is a 7-year old German Shepard named Mamba.
“I would like to thank everyone who has contributed to making my career an absolute success,” said Dolores, “I would also like to thank my family and friends who contribute to who I am and what I do in and out of work.”
A few words of encouragement from Dolores:
“I would encourage others to never give up. Do your best in all that you can. Treat others as you would like to be treated and always follow your dreams.”