City of Hartsville recognizes employees for years of service
On Wednesday, January 16, the City of Hartsville recognized employees that hit milestone years with the City. Seventeen employees were acknowledged for a total of 270 years of service to the City of Hartsville. Of those 270 years, 105 were from only three very dedicated employees: Marlene Johnson (30 years), Marguerite Miles (35 years), and Rilla Thomas (40 years).
Rebecca Mejia-Ward, Human Resources Manager, commended these employees for their service to Hartsville and its residents. She said, “It is quite unusual in today’s world to find employees that stay with an organization for as little as five years. These outstanding ladies have long surpassed that milestone and deserve this recognition for their many years of commitment to the City.”
The City of Hartsville is fortunate to have so many dedicated workers that report to their job each day just to serve the citizens of this City.
Employees recognized for service: Rilla Thomas, Finance, 40 years of service; Marguerite Miles, Finance, 35 years of service; Marlene Johnson, Police, 30 years of service; Kevin Garner, Sanitation, 20 years of service; Randy Byrd, Utilities, 20 years of service; Benjamin Gilbert, Sanitation, 20 years of service; Kathy Dunlap, Museum, 20 years of service; Ronald Davis, Sanitation, 15 years of service; Gina Tiller, Operations, 15 years of service; Tenyonde Richardson, Police, 15 years of service; Jourmany Roderick, Streets & Grounds, 10 years of service; Jeremy Curtis, Police, 5 years of service; Faith Howle, Parks and Recreation, 5 years of service; Rebecca Mejia-Ward, Human Resources, 5 years of service; Tim Watford, Fire, 5 years of service; Bill Gardner, Sanitation, 5 years of service and Suzy Moyd, Main Street, 5 years of service.