Two New Employees

Brett Grundemann

Brett Grundemann just couldn’t stay away. He first joined Oro Loma as an intern in 2013. After completing his internship, Brett spent four years with the City of San Mateo, where he gained his State Certification as a Grade III Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator and was promoted to Shift Supervisor. Based on his sound performance as an intern, his positive attitude, and professional growth after leaving, Brett was hired by Oro Loma as a Plant Operator II on April 9, 2018. The Operations Department enthusiastically welcomed him back. Brett bikes to work from Oakland, where he lives with his wife and two large dogs.

Tony Lam

Tony Lam comes to Oro Loma with an impressive list of qualifications, including a Bachelor of Science Degree, a Master’s Degree in Industrial Automation, Grade V Operator’s License, and certifications as a mechanical technologist and a lab analyst. At Oro Loma, Tony will use that training to carry out his duties as a Plant Operator II, a position that requires him to understand every aspect of plant operation and be ready to take over any position at any time. Tony came to the District on June 11, 2018 from the City of San Leandro. He lives in Fremont with his family.