County honors longtime employees

  • Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Taylor Griffith/Journal Scene Ten county employees were honored in person Monday night for their years of service with the county. Front from left, Joseph Simmons, Terrie Bowers, Jamie Zensen. Middle from left, Lindsay Krakeel, Margaret Bailey, James Murphy, Suzanna Davis, Councilwoman Carroll Duncan, Sheriff L.C. Knight, Samuel Richardson, Councilman Willie Davis, Councilman George Bailey. Back from left, Councilman Bill Hearn, Administrator Jason Ward, Councilman Larry Hargett.

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Employees were recognized Monday night at the Dorchester County Council meeting for completing milestone years of service with the county.

The county Employee Longevity Program recognizes long-term employees. While only 10 were present, 33 employees were honored for completing 5, 10, 15, 20, 25 and 30 years of service with the county during the first quarter of 2014.

Council thanked the employees for their continuous service to the county.

Those recognized were:

5 years

County Council

William Hearn

EMS

Deborah Garner

Fleet Services

Kip Carter

Dana Russell

Road Maintenance

John Johnson

Sheriff’s Office

Janie Benjamin

Robert Biddle

Kenneth Billings

Terrie Bowers

Richard Darling, Jr.

Charles Frederick

Amanda Inabinett

Sheriff L.C. Knight

Crystal Manning

Lori Miller

Dale Nevins

Tony Phinney

Samuel Richardson

Amy Taylor

Solicitor

Donald Sorenson

Storm Water

Malcolm Boyd

10 years

EMS

Lindsay Krakeel

Facilities Maintenance

Edward Ferrell

Risk Management and Safety

Leroy Blake

Sheriff

Douglas Callahan

James Murphy

Storm Water

Gary Campbell

Water and Sewer

Shawn Dunnam

15 years

Delinquent Tax

Suzanna Davis

Facilities Maintenance

Linda Johnson

Register of Deeds

Margaret Bailey

Sheriff’s Office

Jamie Zensen

20 year

Solid Waste

Joseph Simmons

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