Forsyth County Employees Recognized for Reaching 25, 30 and 35 Year Work Milestones

During their Aug. 5 meeting, the Forsyth County Board of Commissioners recognized employees that reached 25, 30 and 35 year work anniversaries during 2020. Photos from the recognitions can be found by clicking here. The following employees were recognized for their service:

35 Year Milestone:

  • Assistant to the County Manager Cindy Henderson (Administration)

30 Year Milestone:

  • Athletic and Natural Resources Program Manager James Brennan (Parks & Recreation) 
  • Fire Chief Barry Head (Fire Department)
  • Deputy First Class James Rush (Sheriff’s Office)
  • Deputy Clerk, Senior Anna Coker (Clerk of Courts)

25 Year Milestone:

  • Arson Investigator, Senior Steven Anderson (Fire Department) 
  • Planning Manager Lori Kyle (Planning & Community Development)
  • Deputy Fire Marshall Steve Baker (Fire Department)
  • Assistant Director of Engineering Tim Allen (Engineering)
  • Deputy Chief Appraiser Kevin Ream (Board of Assessors)
  • Sergeant Kenneth Yarbrough (Sheriff’s Office)
  • Special Enforcement Division Corporal Phillip Alexander (Sheriff’s Office)
  • Maintenance Worker Troy Massey (Parks & Recreation)
  • Investigations Manager Renee Shelton (State Court Solicitor)
  • Equipment Operator III Freddy Flannigan (Roads & Bridges) 

Regularly, the board recognizes employees monthly that reach milestone anniversaries, but due to the pandemic in 2020, the board highlighted all 2020 milestones during their Aug. 5 meeting. 

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