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Churchill County honored a dozen employees at the Board of County Commissioners’ meeting on March 17. The county recognizes its employees at five-year intervals of service to our community by giving them plaques and lapel pins during a commissioners’ meeting.
Adam Vallaster and Christipher Burton, both with the Sheriff’s Office and Adriana Hall from the Road Department were recognized for five years of service to Churchill County.
Commissioner Pete Olsen, Judge Ben Trotter (Justice Court), Amy Lawry (Recorder’s Office), Michael Hardin (Sheriff’s Office) and Sue Sevon (District Court) received their 10-year recognition.
Brenda Mahan (Child Support Division) and Anthony Hollister (Sheriff’s Office) were honored for 15 years of service.
Pam Moore (Clerk’s Office) and Jorge Guerrero (Facilities/Parks and Recreation) topped out the list with 20 years each.
Combined, this group of county employees have given 135 years of service to this community.
The next quarterly employee service awards will be given out at the June 16 commissioners’ meeting.
Photo: Sue Sevon with Commissioners.