NEW YORK — Sue Bredenberg, daughter of Will Bredenburg of Lewiston and Alice Bredenberg of Raymond, has been awarded the Robert D. Joffe Distinguished Service Award 2013 from her employer, Cravath, Swaine and Moore, LLP, a law firm based in New York City.

Bredenberg is a document processing lead operator. The award was announced during Cravath’s 2013 staff appreciation day. Cravath presiding partner Allen Parker pointed out Bredenberg’s dedication, technical skills and creativity as a problem solver. Her willingness to volunteer was also a factor in naming her the award winner.

Bredenberg has been a volunteer translator in New York and Geneva for many years, translating from Russian, French and Spanish into English. Recently, she attended a planning conference in connection with next year’s U.N. General Assembly World Conference on Indigenous Peoples. The planning conference was held in Alta, Norway, hosted by The Sami People of Northern Scandinavia.


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