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Dare County employees recognized for service

Six Dare County employees were recognized with a presentation of service pins at the Dare County Board of Commissioners meeting held on October 5, 2020.

Two county employees received service pins recognizing their 25 years of service to Dare County: Sissy Campbell (top left), administrative specialist for the Roanoke Island/Mainland Division of the Dare County Parks and Recreation Department and Eric Pfeifer (top center), advanced EMT for Dare County Emergency Medical Services.

Karen Patton (top right), social worker II for the Department of Social Services of the Dare County Department of Health and Human Services, received a 20-year service pin.

Two employees within the Dare County Water Department received a 10-year service pin: Chuck Budd (bottom left), water treatment plant superintendent for the Dare County Water Department’s Joseph Mac Midget Water Treatment Plant, and Mike Ferguson (bottom center), distribution system specialist for the Dare County Water Department’s Northern Beaches Division.

Angie Hooper (bottom right), administrative specialist for the Solid Waste Management Department of Dare County Public Works, received a pin recognizing her 15 years of service to the county.

For more information about each of the individuals recognized, visit https://bit.ly/36ICyl3 or see video below:

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