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Stutsman County recognizes employees, retirees at awards banquet

Stutsman County held its 2016 awards banquet on Jan. 27 at the Knights of Columbus in Jamestown. County employees were recognized for their years of service, and retirees were honored. The 2016 retirees are: o Linda Chadduck, recorder's office, 3...

Stutsman County held its 2016 awards banquet on Jan. 27 at the Knights of Columbus in Jamestown.

County employees were recognized for their years of service, and retirees were honored.

The 2016 retirees are:

• Linda Chadduck, recorder's office, 37 years

• Linda Ebel, social services, 41 years

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• Donald Lorenz, park board, 38 years

• Dennis Lorenz, park board, 40 years

• Bernie Trzpuc, road department, 18 years

County employees who were recognized for years of service are:

• 40 years: Keith Hess, sheriff's office, and Dennis Lorenz, park board

• 35 years: Barb Hopewell, social services

• 25 years: Ron Koble, road department

• 20 years: Robin Harrington, road department; Julie Swangler, state's attorney's office; Wendy Thompson, Law Enforcement Center, and Lorisa Zerr, communications.

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• 15 years: Charles Anderson, road department; Joni Fredrickson, state's attorney's office; Christi Jarland, communications, and Danial Koropatnicki, Law Enforcement Center.

• 10 years: Troy Lefevre, state's attorney's office, and Dale Marks, commission

• Five years: Casey Bradley, auditor/chief operating officer; Gwen Dubord, auditor/tax, and Casey Yunck, sheriff's office

Related Topics: STUTSMAN COUNTY
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