Amherst recognizes long-service employees

The Town of Amherst honoured 14 employees with long-services awards during a ceremony at town hall on June 25.

“The Town of Amherst is fortunate to have such dedicated, hard-working staff,” Mayor David Kogon said in presenting the awards.

“Without their dedication, the town simply could not deliver the quality programs and services that we do.”

Honoured were:

  • Staff Sgt. Scott White for 40 years of service.
  • Police Chief Ian Naylor and Town Engineer Ben Pitman for 30 years of service.
  • CAO Greg Herrett, Town Clerk Kim Jones, Deputy Police Chief Dwayne Pike, Administrative Assistant Kathy Lake and Ken Pettigrew for 20 years of service.
  • Kevin Devine, Shane Mitchell, Rick MacKay, John Haggerty, Jean Jacklin and Jason Galloway for 10 years of service.

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Staff Sgt. Scott White received his long-service award for 40 years of service from CAO Greg Herrett and Mayor David Kogon.

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Police Chief Ian Naylor received his long-service award for 30 years of service from CAO Greg Herrett and Mayor David Kogon.

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Town Engineer Ben Pitman received his long service award for 30 years of service from CAO Greg Herrett and Mayor David Kogon.

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Town of Amherst CAO received a long-service award for 20 years of service from Mayor David Kogon.

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Deputy-Chief Dwayne Pike was presented his long-service award for 20 years of service by CAO Greg Herrett and Mayor David Kogon.

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Administrative Assistant Kathy Lake was presented her long-service award for 20 years of service by CAO Greg Herrett and Mayor David Kogon.

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Town Clerk Kim Jones received a long-service award for 20 years of service from CAO Greg Herrett and Mayor David Kogon.