County retirees honored


Tenna C. Autry worked with Soil Conservation for more than 30 years, from April 1983 to June 30, 2015. Here, Chairman Billy Lockamy congratulates Autry on her years of dedication to the county during this week’s Board of Commissioners meeting. ‘I have really enjoyed working with the farmers of Sampson County. I will really miss them,; said Autry. ‘I have worked with some very good people over the years, but the farmers are the ones who kept me there all those years.’


Jessie E. ‘Jay’ Parsons Jr., left, was honored by the Board of Commissioners for his years of service to the county during the board’s meeting this week. Parsons worked with the Sheriff’s Office from August 2004 to April 30, 2015. Parsons actually worked for the county starting in 1994, departing in 1998 before returning to the county six years later. He thanked the board and Sheriff Jimmy Thornton. ‘Without him, I couldn’t have made this 11 years possible,’ Parsons said. ‘I enjoyed my tenure here and I do miss some of the guys I worked with, however I don’t miss getting up and going to work every day.’


Tenna C. Autry worked with Soil Conservation for more than 30 years, from April 1983 to June 30, 2015. Here, Chairman Billy Lockamy congratulates Autry on her years of dedication to the county during this week’s Board of Commissioners meeting. ‘I have really enjoyed working with the farmers of Sampson County. I will really miss them,; said Autry. ‘I have worked with some very good people over the years, but the farmers are the ones who kept me there all those years.’
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/web1_Autry-retires.jpgTenna C. Autry worked with Soil Conservation for more than 30 years, from April 1983 to June 30, 2015. Here, Chairman Billy Lockamy congratulates Autry on her years of dedication to the county during this week’s Board of Commissioners meeting. ‘I have really enjoyed working with the farmers of Sampson County. I will really miss them,; said Autry. ‘I have worked with some very good people over the years, but the farmers are the ones who kept me there all those years.’

Jessie E. ‘Jay’ Parsons Jr., left, was honored by the Board of Commissioners for his years of service to the county during the board’s meeting this week. Parsons worked with the Sheriff’s Office from August 2004 to April 30, 2015. Parsons actually worked for the county starting in 1994, departing in 1998 before returning to the county six years later. He thanked the board and Sheriff Jimmy Thornton. ‘Without him, I couldn’t have made this 11 years possible,’ Parsons said. ‘I enjoyed my tenure here and I do miss some of the guys I worked with, however I don’t miss getting up and going to work every day.’
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/web1_Parson-retires.jpgJessie E. ‘Jay’ Parsons Jr., left, was honored by the Board of Commissioners for his years of service to the county during the board’s meeting this week. Parsons worked with the Sheriff’s Office from August 2004 to April 30, 2015. Parsons actually worked for the county starting in 1994, departing in 1998 before returning to the county six years later. He thanked the board and Sheriff Jimmy Thornton. ‘Without him, I couldn’t have made this 11 years possible,’ Parsons said. ‘I enjoyed my tenure here and I do miss some of the guys I worked with, however I don’t miss getting up and going to work every day.’

Tenna C. Autry worked with Soil Conservation for more than 30 years, from April 1983 to June 30, 2015. Here, Chairman Billy Lockamy congratulates Autry on her years of dedication to the county during this week’s Board of Commissioners meeting. ‘I have really enjoyed working with the farmers of Sampson County. I will really miss them,; said Autry. ‘I have worked with some very good people over the years, but the farmers are the ones who kept me there all those years.’

Jessie E. ‘Jay’ Parsons Jr., left, was honored by the Board of Commissioners for his years of service to the county during the board’s meeting this week. Parsons worked with the Sheriff’s Office from August 2004 to April 30, 2015. Parsons actually worked for the county starting in 1994, departing in 1998 before returning to the county six years later. He thanked the board and Sheriff Jimmy Thornton. ‘Without him, I couldn’t have made this 11 years possible,’ Parsons said. ‘I enjoyed my tenure here and I do miss some of the guys I worked with, however I don’t miss getting up and going to work every day.’

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