CITY CELEBRATES MILESTONE SERVICE AWARDS

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During Wednesday’s Thomasville City Council Workshop, 44 City of Thomasville employees were honored for their years of service to the community. The service awards honored employees who have achieved milestones of five, 10, 15, 20, 25 and 30 years of service.

“We congratulate our employees on reaching these milestones and want to thank them for the service they have invested in our community and its citizens,” said Steve Sykes, City Manager/Utilities Superintendent. “We’re honored to have many long-time employees working for the City of Thomasville, and we’re proud to be able to recognize them for their achievement."

Employees honored for their years of service included the following:

Five Years: Brad Anderson – Technical Services, Taron LaMarr – Technical Services, Cheryl Kent – Municipal Airport, Angela Tucker – Customer Relations, Barbara Curry – Building, Jerry Pionessa – Engineering, Brandon Seago – Natural Gas, James Williams, Jr. – Solid Waste, George Walker – Electric, Charleston Jackson – Fleet Services, Amanda Sheffield – Public Works, Sheryl Sealy – Marketing, Lawanda Jackson – Customer Care, Robert Prosser – Electric, and Andrew Childs – Police

Ten Years: Felicia Brannen – City Clerk, Betty Brooks – Police, James Logue – Energy Control, Jason Baldwin – Police, Marcus Long – Water, Alison Wilson – Tourism, Ronald Carson – Water, Angela Boak – CNS/Camilla, Chuck Whitaker – Natural Gas, and James D. West – Engineering

Fifteen Years: Sherrod Robinson – Water, Scott Layton – Natural Gas, Alice Jones – Rose.Net, Antonio O’Neal – Wastewater, Jackie Thacker – CNS, and Matthew Leach – Water.

Twenty Years: Curtis Crocker – Engineering, Howard Miller – Energy Control, Karis Mills – Customer Service, Marla Giddens – Cashiering, Scott Suber – Fire Rescue, and Chris White – Utilities

Twenty-Five Years: John Cain – Natural Gas, Mark Sealy – Fire Rescue, Mark Stephens – Fire Rescue, Charles Sneed – Landfill, Kathy Baillargeon – Police, and Stacey Thomas – Water

Thirty Years: Mahlon Strait – Electric Engineering