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City of Parsons presents Employee Service Awards

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Brandon Stout, Charles Blackburn, William Luton, Charlotte Lamb and Scott Gofourth were present to accept their City Employee Service Awards. Brandon Stout, Charles Blackburn, William Luton, Charlotte Lamb and Scott Gofourth were present to accept their City Employee Service Awards.

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PARSONS, KS — At Monday night’s city commission meeting, Parsons Mayor Kevin Cruse recognized several employees with service awards.

Those earning their 10-year service awards include: Jack Thompson, Joe Steverson and Richard Norman. Those earning their 15-year awards include: Danny Cagle, Charlotte Lamb and Brandon Stout. William Luton earned his 20-year recognition. Those who have served 25 years include Scott Gofourth, Montee Scott and Gaye Swanwick. Charles Blackburn was recognized for his 30 years of service to the City of Parsons.

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