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City honors workers for 135 years city service
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City employees were honored for their longevity when the Great Bend City Council met Monday night.
Mayor Mike Allison presented certificates to several city employees who attended the meeting, and others, who were not present, were also recognized.
Allison commented about the importance of the longevity and the experience in the city’s staff.
Recognized for 25 years of service were: Fire Captain Kevin Keil, Operator Ricky Eggers, and Sanitarian Michael Brown.
Recognized for 10 years of service were: Human Resources Director Terry Hoff, Police Officer Brian Dougherty, Police Sergeant Jason Settle, Firefighter Bradley Deschner, Firefighter Kevin Stansfield, and Service Person Michelle Davis.
A total of 135 years of city experience was represented in the awards.
In addition to the certificate, each of the employees also received a Great Bend Chamber of Commerce gift certificate, it was noted.