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City of Dexter Employees Honored for Years of Service
January 25th 2018 by Dee Loflin
City of Dexter Employees Honored for Years of Service

Dexter, Missouri - The city of Dexter held their annual Safety Meeting on Friday, January 12, 2018. Several employees were recognized for their years of service.

Gary Kinder has served for 30 years with the Dexter Fire Department.

Beau Bishop marked his 20th year with the Dexter Fire Department.

Tony Thurkill has worked for the city's Street Department for 20 years.

Reita LeBeau has served at Keller Public Library for the past 10 years.

John Moore has served on the dexter Police Department for 10 years and Amanda Anderson has been a Dispatcher with the Dexter Police Dept for 10 years.

Pictured above are from left to right Gary Kinder, Beau Bishop, Tony Thurkill.  Not present were Reita LeBeau, John Moore, and Amanda Anderson.


Last Updated on January 25th 2018 by Dee Loflin




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Shown in the photo under the post office's pink display are Postmaster Patrick Powell, Clerk Guy Lawrence, Clerk Beverly Cookson and Supervisor Wendy O'Kelley.


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