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Lilburn Honors Employees at Christmas Luncheon

Officer Trey Taylor received the city's first Bentley Cup Award, named fora longtime Lilburn policeman who died of cancer earlier this year.

From the city of Lilburn:

At its annual employee Christmas luncheon Wednesday, the city of Lilburn honored employees for their dedication.

The city of Lilburn currently has 56 full-time and six part-time employees.

Bentley Cup

Trey Taylor received the first Bentley Cup Award. This new award is named after Stephen Bentley, a longtime Lilburn police officer who died of cancer earlier this year. The award goes to the officer who achieved the highest level of excellence during the annual weapons qualification. Taylor scored 97 percent.

Service Awards:

25 Years:

Veleta Bogar, Support Services Manager, Police Department

Sergeant Grant Peehler, Police Department

10 Years:

Ed Poste, Park Maintenance Worker

5 Years:

Officer Andy Blimline, Police Department

Investigator Rob Kirschner, Police Department

Michael White, Park Monitor

New Hires:

Melissa Penate, Administrative Clerk, City Hall

Officer Matt LeGerme, Police Department

Officer Daniel McCarty, Police Department

Officer Chris Hall, Police Department

Nikki Young, Public Relations Manager

Paul Calcaterra, Code Enforcement Officer

Charles Milton, Public Works

Patricia Sabin December 13, 2012 at 02:06 PM
Congratulations to all, and special thanks to Ed Poste who makes sure that Lilburn Park is safe, beautiful, and a friendly place for Lilburn residents to enjoy.

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