Town recognizes long-time employees

  • Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Taylor Griffith/Journal Scene Brenda B. Nevins received the award for the longest service -- 25 years -- to the Town last Wednesday at the Town Council meeting. She works for the police department.


The Town recognized long-time employees at its Council meeting last Wednesday during the Length of Service awards.

Twenty employees were recognized for milestone years of service: 10, 15, 20 and 25 years of service.

Previously the Town has awarded the recipients with pins, but this year they distributed bonus checks instead, ranging from $250 to $625. In total the bonuses were worth $7,000.

“It’s not easy to work for the Town sometimes, so thank you for your service,” said Mayor Bill Collins.

Award recipients, by years of service and department, were as follows:

10 years

• Donald A. Brown, Building and Codes

• Tiffany N. Petersen, Dispatch

• Vonciel T. Wright, Finance

• Karen M. Johnson, Fire

• James M. Wing, Fire

• Tony D. Mitchum, Parks and Recreation

• Corey W. Coburn, Parks and Recreation

• Sidney M. Aiken, Police

• Jason M. Bombard, Police

• Hobert E. Williams, Police

•John P. Quigley, Maintenance

15 years

• Edward M. Turnbull, Fire

• Robert Shingler, Police

• Leon Smith, Street

20 years

• Michael L. Cochran, Fire

• James J. Cronin, Fire

• John F. Kahler, Fire

• Lucy A. Dreyer, Planning

• Michael J. Donoghue, Police

25 years

• Brenda B. Nevins, Police


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