Meet the BCRSD Team
The District is staffed by a group of highly trained, highly qualified individuals dedicated to meeting the clean water needs in Boone County.
As General Manager, Tom’s day to day focus is being available to staff, working on long-range planning and keeping up with changes in the wastewater industry both in regard to regulations and technology. Tom is the one to contact if you are interested in developing in Boone County and have questions about how to meet the sanitary sewer needs of your property.
Although Tom has been working on District projects and functioning as a member of the staff since December of 1993, he became an official employee of the District in April of 2004. Tom was hired by Boone County Public Works in 1993 to oversee sewer and road NIDS, and until April 2004 the District contracted with the County Commission for Tom’s services.
Tom earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil Engineering in 1986 and Master of Science Degree in Geology in 2002 from the University of Missouri-Columbia. Since becoming an engineer, Tom worked for Missouri Department of Transportation, Missouri Department of Natural Resources, Boone County Public Works and now the District.
As Operations Supervisor, Virgil oversees the day to day duties of the wastewater and equipment operators. Virgil is also the primary sewer tap inspector, and after twenty three years with the District, knows the entire system from the ground up. Virgil spends most of his time out in the field making sure the operators have the tools, materials and equipment they need to provide you with quality service.
Daniel’s main duties at the Sewer District are easement acquisition and construction inspection. You can call on him if you have a question about the District’s current capital improvements projects.
Prior to joining the Sewer District, did other interesting things, but his biography is under construction since his Project Manager role officially went active December 2022. More coming soon!
FIELD CREW - coming soon
Meg is the District’s first point of contact. She answers the phones and greets visitors to the office. Meg can help you with everything from answering questions about your account, paying a bill, water usage adjustments, payment arrangements, and requesting sewer service or inspections. She can direct you to the appropriate staff member who will have the information you need if she cannot answer your specific questions.