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White Rock honours long-time employees

City of White Rock officials have recognized employees for long service and excellence. - File photo
City of White Rock officials have recognized employees for long service and excellence.
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Thirteen City of White Rock employees have been recognized with long-service awards.

Fire Chief Phil Lemire and firefighter Al McNabb were noted for 30 years’ service. Other long-term employees cited were Stephen Block (25 years); Cecilia Mayer, Paul Slack, Mike Stark, Richard Wilson and Edward Wolfe (20 years); Mike Guraliuk, Scott Hamilton, Alain Tulev and Boris Zanic (15 years); and Ken Mollan (10 years).

Employees recognized for excellence in customer care, initiative, leadership, teamwork and/or safety were: Jamie Leggatt, Leon Gray, Chris Poulsen, Anna Cannon, Evan Bird, Dianne Sawicki, Theresa Kidd, Guy Gareau, Carolyne Leveille and Teresa Baragar.

The awards were bestowed Dec. 2.

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