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Posted on: June 1, 2018

[ARCHIVED] News Release - Town of Purcellville Holds Annual Employee Appreciation and Awards Luncheon

PURCELLVILLE, Va., JUNE 1, 2018 — On Wednesday, May 30, 2018, the Town of Purcellville held the Annual Employee Appreciation and Awards Luncheon to celebrate staff for their hard work, exceptional service and consummate dedication to the community.

One of the highlights of the program is the recognition of staff members who have reached service anniversary milestones. This year, the Town recognized thirteen employees with benchmark anniversaries. These included:

5 Years

Derek Copeland, Operations Inspector

Caroline Debeljak, Office Associate

Barry Defibaugh, Water Treatment Plant Operator

Joshua Goff, Operations Inspector

Mark Rockwell, Maintenance Technician

Tassea Smith, Human Resources Analyst

Stacy Werner, Finance Team Lead

10 Years

Justin Frazier, Assistant Superintendent Wastewater Treatment Plant

Dale Lehnig, Capital Projects & Engineering Manager

Connie LeMarr, Assistant Director of Finance

Clark McDaniel, Sergeant

15 Years

Stephanie Boylan, Finance Associate

20 Years

Kevin Talley, Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator

In addition, the Town has three distinctive individual awards which recognize staff members who have demonstrated exemplary overall performance and commitment to excellence in their role with the Town.

10th Annual Field Operations Employee of the Year

Sean Grey, Maintenance Team Lead

10th Annual Town Hall Employee of the Year

Andrea Broshkevitch, Engineering Assistant
Tassea Smith, Human Resources Analyst

2nd Annual Robert W. Lohr, Jr. Management Excellence Award 

Hooper McCann, Director of Administration

The Town of Purcellville is extremely proud to have this opportunity to celebrate our staff at this special event, especially those employees who have reached anniversary milestones in their service with the Town. Mayor Fraser remarked, “Purcellville is truly blessed to have a dedicated, resilient, solution driven, and citizen focused staff. Their continuous delivery of service excellence makes Purcellville one of the most desirable small towns to call home in the United States. Press on and keep up the excellent work, it is appreciated.”

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