County retirees honored


County retiree Deborah H. Daughtry, a longtime employee with Sampson County EMS, was recognized for her service during a recent Sampson Board of Commissioners meeting, with Commissioner Harry Parker and others lauding Daughtry for her years of service. She worked with the county from November 1982 to February 2017. Parker called her ‘one of a kind’ and a ‘big asset’ to Sampson County. Tincy G. Davis, an employee with Aging/Transportation, was also honored, but was not present. She worked for the county from January 1990 to February 2017.


County retiree Deborah H. Daughtry, a longtime employee with Sampson County EMS, was recognized for her service during a recent Sampson Board of Commissioners meeting, with Commissioner Harry Parker and others lauding Daughtry for her years of service. She worked with the county from November 1982 to February 2017. Parker called her ‘one of a kind’ and a ‘big asset’ to Sampson County. Tincy G. Davis, an employee with Aging/Transportation, was also honored, but was not present. She worked for the county from January 1990 to February 2017.

County retiree Deborah H. Daughtry, a longtime employee with Sampson County EMS, was recognized for her service during a recent Sampson Board of Commissioners meeting, with Commissioner Harry Parker and others lauding Daughtry for her years of service. She worked with the county from November 1982 to February 2017. Parker called her ‘one of a kind’ and a ‘big asset’ to Sampson County. Tincy G. Davis, an employee with Aging/Transportation, was also honored, but was not present. She worked for the county from January 1990 to February 2017.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/web1_Retiree.jpgCounty retiree Deborah H. Daughtry, a longtime employee with Sampson County EMS, was recognized for her service during a recent Sampson Board of Commissioners meeting, with Commissioner Harry Parker and others lauding Daughtry for her years of service. She worked with the county from November 1982 to February 2017. Parker called her ‘one of a kind’ and a ‘big asset’ to Sampson County. Tincy G. Davis, an employee with Aging/Transportation, was also honored, but was not present. She worked for the county from January 1990 to February 2017.
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