THOMASVILLE’S McDONALD ANNOUNCES RETIREMENT

Kha McDonald, Executive Director for Human Resources and Community Relations, has announced her retirement, effective December 1, 2020. McDonald has served the City of Thomasville for more than thirty years. She joined the City of Thomasville in 1988 as the City’s first Personnel Director. “At the end of every great journey, you should ask yourself…’Did you have fun…would you recommend it to others…would you do it again…was it ‘worth the trip’?’” said McDonald. “In...



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MURRAY JR. RETIRES AFTER 28 YEARS WITH CITY

Longtime City of Thomasville employee, Robert (“Redd”) Murray, Jr., retired on Monday, August 24th after 28 years of service to the City. He began his career with the City of Thomasville in 1992 as an Equipment Operator and went on to serve in various capacities within the Public Works Department. “I leave behind my time with Team Thomasville filled with a lot of good memories,” said Murray Jr. “I made lifelong friendships over my 28 years and shared so many great times with...



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GOLDEN RETIRES AFTER 31 YEARS WITH CITY

Marvin E. Golden, City of Thomasville Network Operations Director, retired on Friday, July 31st after 31 years of service to the City of Thomasville. He began his career with the City of Thomasville in 1989 as a Financial Services Computer Operations Technician and went on to become one of the lead architects in what would become CNSNext Internet service. “The City took a chance on me in July of 1989 during a time when only a few computers were used for City operations,” said Golden. ...



CHIEF OF POLICE TROY RICH ANNOUNCES RETIREMENT

Thomasville Police Chief Troy Rich announced his retirement today, July 20, 2020. Rich, who was named Chief of Police in 2014, will retire from the City of Thomasville effective October 5, 2020, with thirty years of service to the Thomasville community. “After long, thoughtful consideration and prayer, I have decided to announce my retirement and move onto the next stages of my life,” said Rich. “This decision was one of the most difficult decisions I have had to make in my life,...



THOMASVILLE’S WILLIAMS ANNOUNCES RETIREMENT

Lynn Williams, Executive Director for Economic Development and Communications for the City of Thomasville, has announced her retirement, effective May 1, 2020. Williams has served the City of Thomasville for more than thirty years. She joined the City of Thomasville in 1989 as Deputy City Marshal. “I am grateful for the many opportunities afforded me throughout my career and for the forward-thinking leadership that has placed Thomasville in an enviable position among cities of our...