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County employees honored for years of service

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Monday, October 8, 2018

The Pitt County Board of Commissioners has recognized 32 county employees for their years of service.

Certificates and recognition pins were given to employees who reached five, 10, 15, 20, 25 and 30 years of service with the county.

In addition, those having served 20 years were presented watches. Service awards are given quarterly during regular meetings of the board.

Those honored were:

FIVE YEARS

Rosa M. Andrews, Detention Center

Marvin B. Black, MIS

Miechelle M. Boston, Social Services

Dan G. Bunting, Detention Center

James C. Council, Solid Waste & Recycling

Christopher R. Curtis, Detention Center

Kermit L. Darnell, Sheriff’s Office

Malinda Gorham, Inspections

Jasmine M. Guisado, Sheriff’s Office

Wendell R. Main, Tax Administration

Matthew D. Manning, Sheriff’s Department

Kristen G. Nichols, Legal

Jamin W. Ross, Detention Center

Iva G. Smith, Public Health

Elizabeth S. Steele, Public Health

Robert B. Turcotte, Tax Administration

Karen S. White, Detention Center

Joni K. Young Torres, Cooperative Extension

TEN YEARS

Jessica L. Branch, Emergency Management

Michael C. Clark, Sheriff’s Department

June H. Fleming, Elections

Justin D. Jones, Sheriff’s Department

Steven M. Lassiter, Detention Center

Jimmy R. Letchworth, Detention Center

Scott A. McFarlane, Sheriff’s Department

Mason S. Paramore, Sheriff’s Department

Matthew C. Stokes, Detention Center

Wesley L. Terry, Sheriff’s Department

Denise C. Urban, Financial Services

Benisha B. Ward, Public Health

Katherine A. Wareham, Public Health

Patrick L. Waters, Sheriff’s Department

FIFTEEN YEARS

Marion B. Baker, Social Services

Susan W. Britt, Financial Services

Natoya D. Bullock, Detention Center

Steven A. Collingwood, Emergency Management

David P. Davis, Elections Latarsha H. Jones Tax Administration

Elizabeth M. Nichols, Detention Center

Sandra M. Parks, Public Health

Heather D. Roughton, Social Services

Angeline Wallace, Social Services

Gregory L. White, Emergency Management

Chena L. Williams, Social Services

TWENTY YEARS

Brenda S. Braxton, Social Services

Tonya J. Cannon, Social Services

Tracy B. Cash, Planning

Nellie M. King, Social Services

Kristopher S. Stewart, Sheriff’s Department

Scott S. Tanner, Sheriff’s Department

TWENTY-FIVE YEARS

Teresa P. Barfield, Detention Center

William M. Brantley, Imaging Services/Mail Room

Clemmie J. German, Sheriff’s Department

Hattie Joyner, Detention Center

Regina C. Randolph, Detention Center

Clinton E. Williams, Detention Center

THIRTY YEARS

Paula P. Clark, Solid Waste & Recycling

James F. Rhodes, Planning

Nanette L. Wainwright, Communications

FORTY YEARS

Michael G. Rogers, Buildings & Grounds

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