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Posted on: January 9, 2019

City of Plainview Employees Recognized for Years of Service

Feliz Rodriquez & Jeffrey Snyder

Most notable was Feliz Rodriquez (pictured left with City Manager Jeffrey Snyder). A member of the Street Department, he has served the City of Plainview for 35 years.

Other employees with a tenure of 25 years include Jimmy Perry, Solid Waste Collection and Daren Miner, Firefighter/EMS.

The City also recognized Thomas Harp – Firefighter/EMS, Brian Gallaway – Water Production Operation and Phillip DeLuna – Solid Waste Collection for 20 years of service; Lorenzo Perez – Solid Waste Collection, Vannesa Rincon – Accounting and Anna Evans – Landfill with 15 years of service and Joseph Marks and Tommy Marquez, both Firefighters/EMS for 10 years of service.

Employees celebrating a five year anniversary with the City include Seth Stephens – Firefighter/EMS, Jesus (Jesse) Lopez – Community Development, Jack Ball – Landfill, Viktorya Castillo – Accounting, William McMickings – Waste Water Collection, Luis Montelongo – Police, Ryan Seales – Firefighter/EMS, Christopher Chandler – Firefighter/EMS, Isauro Gutierrez – IT and Irma Shackelford – RSVP.

“Congrats to Feliz and all the employees for their years of service to the City,” says Jeffrey Snyder, City Manager. “This list of employees with many years of service is a testimony to the dedication of our staff to the City.”

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