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Last Updated: 12/01/10

Joy Weisdorfer
Joy Weisdorfer, November 2010 Employee of the Month


Joy Weisdorfer


Northeast Area financial specialist

Area of Responsibility

Purchasing, license sales, customer service, monthly vendor license sales reports, administrative support, budget reconciliation, contract administration, etc.


Two years college; numerous financial and budget training classes.

Length of Service:

Since 2002, except for a 10-month stint with another state agency in 2007-08.

Specialty or Interest:

Horses, photography, hunting, fishing, boating.

Current Projects/Assignments:

License sales. It's hunting season!

Best Thing About the Job:

Everyone I work with. They are terrific!

Most Common Questions People Have:

Where is the best place to hunt in the unit I drew? Where can I find a 300-class bull?


Go five mines down this road, hang a left and it's tied up to a tree -- you can't miss it. Just kidding! Actual answer would be: We have a lot of elk all over the state and if you are willing to go off-road and really hunt, you should be able to find a good bull. I also give them the officer's name and contact number for the unit they will be hunting.

Contact Information:

Northeast Area office, (575) 445-2311, or