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North Georgia Tech recognizes several employees for their service

By AccessWDUN staff

North Georgia Technical College President Dr. Mark Ivester recently recognized several employees from the Clarkesville, Blairsville and Currahee campus locations with milestone service achievement awards.

Receiving 5-year service awards were Barry Benfield, Craig Thurmond, Heidi Tapley, Pam Segars, James Benn, Kallan Williams, Johnnie Williams, Joe Banks, Dustin Emhart, Tracey Calvin and Charles Hill.

Receiving 10-year service awards were  Alan Young, Martha Marquardt, Vickie Brown, Tamie Stephenson, Nioka McClure, Michelle Likins, Alex Bladowski, John Stelter, Kirk Gailey, Michael Brown, Christy Bivins and Dale Sims.

Receiving 15-year service awards were Leslie Foster, Tiffany Scroggs, Kelly Jones, Carol Carson, Sherry Seal,Paul Long, Ronnie Ayers, Stoney Farmer, Tim Bennett and Donna Earl.

Receiving 20-year service awards were Tony Adams, Laura Jenkins, Shelby Ward, Savonda Turner and Renee Deibert.

Receiving a 25-year service award was Erica Pickens, and Dan Pressley received a 30-year service award.

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North Georgia Tech recognizes several employees for their service
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