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The City of Thomasville recently held a breakfast honoring several employees for their years of service to the community. The service awards honored employees who achieved milestone years of service including five, 10, 15, 20, 25, and 30 years of service. Combined, the staff honored represent 870 years of service to Thomasville.

“The strength of our organization lies in the commitment that our team members have to our community and its citizens,” said City Manager Alan Carson, “We’re proud to celebrate and recognize the longevity of these employees that have made a positive impact for so many years.”

Employees honored for their years of service included the following:

Five Years: Sarah Baggett – Marketing, Carlos Bass – Fleet Services, Doug Bell – Wastewater, Fritz Ellis – Water, Antoine Garland – Wastewater, Andy Goodwin – Marketing, Rufus Harper – Wastewater, Tommy Hatcher – Recreation, Michael Hayes – Fire Rescue, Christopher Johnson – CNSNext, Mason Jones – CNSNext, Christopher Kitlas – Police, Justin Kuhns – Police, Debra Lewis – Financial Services, Wayne Newsome – Engineering, Christy Owens – Main Street, Robert Petty – Airport, Heath Reneau – Wastewater, Dusty Rogers – Electric, Rhett Searcy – Utilities, J.T. Sumner – Public Works, and Shedrick Wyche – Building Maintenance.

Ten Years: James Atkinson – Public Works, Dennis Autrey – CNSNext, Chris Baggett – Police, Jonathan Clay – Wastewater, Melissa Creel – Customer Service, Wade Davis – Electric Engineering, Brandon Kent – Police, Joe Lesuer – Technical Services, and Crystal Parker – Police.

Fifteen Years: Ron Cubitt – Building Maintenance, Tim Deen – Natural Gas, Patrick Garrity – Water, Matt Hietala – Police, Derrick Masten – Wastewater, Betty McCray – Information Technology, Mark Parrillo – Customer Care, Mollie Powell – Planning, Daniel Powers – Police, and Tiffany Shroats – Customer Care.

Twenty Years: Heather Brinkley – Information Technology, Craig Brogren – Technical Services, Randy Eubanks – CNSNext, David Hower Jr. – Technical Services, Toby Knifer – Police, Lisa Maxwell – Police, Jason Mirick – Wastewater, Mike Owens – Golf Course, and Denise Reichert – Public Works.

Twenty-Five Years: Anthony Choice – Purchasing, Carol Davis – Customer Care, Shane Harris – Police, and Lewis Ridley – Wastewater Treatment.

Thirty Years: Glenn Cain – Fire Rescue, Baylock Christopher – Public Works, Marvin Golden – Network Operations, Albert Lewis – Wastewater, Greg Owens – Fire Rescue, Rudy Thompson – Electric, James West – Engineering, and Lynn Williams – Economic Development/Communications.


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