Wednesday October 7th, 2015 3:41PM

DOT personnel chief retires

By by Ken Stanford
GAINESVILLE - A Gainesville woman who has worked for the state Department of Transportation for more than 30 years has retired. <br> <br> Cathey Sexton was Personnel Manager for the the Gainesville district office. Prior to that, Sexton worked in several positions in the adminsitrative department.<br> <br> &#34;Cathey has been a model employees,&#34; said district engineer Larry Dent. &#34;She was an asset to our department and the people of Georgia. We will all miss her, but wish her a relaxing retirement.&#34;
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