KCDC presents employee service awards

Knoxville’s Community Development Corporation (KCDC) recognized employees achieving milestone anniversaries with the agency at its annual Thanksgiving gathering Nov. 15.

The employees received pins commemorating their years of service. Those recognized included:

  • Five years: Sean Gilbert, Andy Morgan and Dewey Roberts.
  • 10 years: Sherrie Taylor and Kimberly Trame.
  • 20 years: Jo Butler, Beverly Mack and Travis Turner.
  • 25 years: Darlene Dunn, Gerald Littlejohn Jr. and Charles Pyles.

“It is particularly appropriate at this time of year to show thanks to our valued employees who keep our communities running and serve our residents day in and day out,” KCDC Executive Director and CEO Ben Bentley said. “I appreciate their loyalty to KCDC and the fact that they are improving lives by continuing the organization’s mission.”

Knoxville’s Community Development Corporation (KCDC) recognized its employees achieving milestone anniversaries with the agency at its annual Thanksgiving celebration Nov. 15. Acknowledged for five years of service were, from left, Sean Gilbert, Andy Morgan and Dewey Roberts.

 

Knoxville’s Community Development Corporation (KCDC) recognized its employees achieving milestone anniversaries with the agency at its annual Thanksgiving celebration Nov. 15. Kimberly Trame was acknowledged for ten years of service. Not pictured: Sherrie Taylor.

 

Knoxville’s Community Development Corporation (KCDC) recognized its employees achieving milestone anniversaries with the agency at its annual Thanksgiving celebration Nov. 15. Acknowledged for 20 years of service were, from left, Beverly Mack and Travis Turner. Not pictured: Jo Butler.

 

Knoxville’s Community Development Corporation (KCDC) recognized its employees achieving milestone anniversaries with the agency at its annual Thanksgiving celebration Nov. 15. Acknowledged for 25 years of service were, from left, Darlene Dunn, Gerald Littlejohn Jr. and Charles Pyles.