Municipal employees and siblings Ann Gore and Robert Finlin celebrated their 30 years of service together.
The Municipality of Chatham-Kent hosted its 18th Annual Recognition and Service Awards Night on Oct. 29 at the St. Clair College Capitol Theatre.
This event recognizes employees and volunteer firefighters who have achieved milestone years.
There were a total of 295 employees, retirees, and volunteer firefighters honoured during the evening’s festivities.
This year there were award recipients from the following years: 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 45, 50 and 52 years of service.
- Permanent employees – 188
- Volunteer firefighters – 44
- Retirees – 48
From left, Ann Gore, Registered Practical Nurse – 30 years of service; Deb Veccia, Supervisor Chatham Parks – 25 years of service; Robert Finlin, Public Health Inspector – 30 years of service; Nancy van den Boorn, Executive Assistant – 30 years of service; Cathy Hoffman, Director of HROD/Customer Services, providing recognition to service award recipients on behalf of the Corporation; Ken Labonte, Volunteer Fire Station Chief – 30 years of service; and Arlene Maris, Librarian – 30 years of service. These are just some of the 295 municipal staff honoured for their long service at a ceremony Oct. 29.
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