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Employees Recognized for Dedication and Service to the Town
More than 80 employees were recognized during the annual event.
Leesburg, VA (October 12, 2018) – Employees who have worked for the Town of Leesburg five, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, and 35 years were recognized during the annual Employee Service Awards on Wednesday, October 3, 2018.
Town Manager Kaj Dentler presented certificates of appreciation to more than 80 employees. Among them was Public Works Assistant Superintendent Brian Tribby,who has been with the Town for 35 years. Deputy Director of Public Works Charlie Mumaw, Leesburg Master Police Officer Bill Wolff, and Utility Plant Supervisor Rodney Lloyd (pictured at right) all celebrated 30 years with the Town.
“The Service Awards Recognition Ceremony is an annual honor for any Town Manager as it is not just an opportunity to recognize our employees for their years of service, but to honor them for providing outstanding service to our residents, businesses, and visitors,” Dentler said. “I am very proud of our employees, and we genuinely appreciate their dedicated service.”
Mayor Kelly Burk, Vice Mayor Suzanne Fox, and Council Member Marty Martinez helped present each employee with a certificate of appreciation during the event. Town employees are recognized annually during Customer Service Week.
The Town of Leesburg is currently recruiting for a variety of full and part-time positions. If you are interested in working for the Town of Leesburg, visit www.leesburgva.gov/jobs for information about current openings, employee benefits and the application process.
Leah Kosin, Public Information Assistant