Crowley honored for 25 years with OATS

Marsha Crowley, at left, receives her 25-year clock from OATS Transit Regional Director Sheree Webb.
Posted: May. 21, 2020 2:00 pm

SHELBINA, Mo. | Marsha Crowley, of Shelbina, was honored by OATS Transit for 25 years of service with the company on Friday, May 15.

OATS Transit is a nonprofit transportation provider that serves much of the state of Missouri. She started with the company in May 1995, which at that time was housed in Shelbina. In 2013, the regional office relocated to Macon, where Marsha still works.

Marsha is an operations coordinator and handles much of the northeast Missouri Medicaid program for the company.

“Marsha has consistently performed far beyond established objectives and has made significant contributions to our company,” Regional Director Sheree Webb said. “She is a great employee who has contributed so much to the success of the Northeast region and our Medicaid program.” The Northeast region has 90 drivers, 11 office staff, 200 volunteers and 140 vehicles in its fleet.

OATS Transit provides more than 1.4 million trips across the state of Missouri; 195,000 of those trips were in the Northeast Region alone. As the largest rural transportation provider in the entire United States, the company specializes in service for the rural general public, individuals with disabilities, seniors and veterans. Transportation includes trips to work, medical and dialysis appointments, senior centers, essential shopping, business errands and other contracted service.

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