County honors employees for years of service

Service Awards were handed out Oct. 22 to Coweta County employees who had reached employment milestones.

Heading the list were recent retirees, former Coweta County Administrator Theron Gay, and Robert Yeager of the Coweta County Sheriff’s Office.

Honored for 30 years of service were Denise Bray of the sheriff’s office and James Gantt of the Coweta County Fire Department.

Recognized for 25 years of service was Roland D. Turner of the county Roads Department.

Awards for 20 years of service went to Carl McKnight of the Coweta County Recreation Department, Theresa Nalley of Environmental Management, and David Yarbrough of Information Technology.

Recognized for 15 years were Jon McIntyre and Harry Steele, both of the sheriff’s office.

Honored for 10 years were Tina Blevins of the Tax Assessors’ Office, Allena Avery of the Tax Commissioner’s Office, Quinton T. Richardson of the sheriff’s office, Warren Brooks of the fire department, and Eric Eugene Smith of the sheriff’s office.

Awards for five years of service went to Cymande Bonner and Randall Metzger of the Roads Department, Clint Richmond of Information Technology, Brandy Waters of the fire department, Patricia Hood with Event Services and Hans Wilson of Finance.

Honored but unable to attend the luncheon at the Coweta County Fairgrounds were: recent retiree Ann King; those recognized for 15 years - Timothy Broadwell, fire department; 10 years - Kathy L. Massa of Recreation, Joshua A. Windom and Johnny K. Helton of the sheriff’s office, James Walden Jr. of the Roads Department, and Mattie C. Ransby who works with Superior Court.

Those unable to attend who have reached five years of service are: Lori Christopher Sheffield of the Newnan-Coweta County Airport, Whitlock Field; Bonnie Cowles, of Probate Court; Adam P. Moss, of the fire department; Rhonda Jeffers, with Coweta County Library System; Ann Marie Imhoff and Angel LaBeau, both of Coweta E-911; and Brandon L. Harris of the sheriff’s office.



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