The Middle Peninsula-Northern Neck Community Services Board recognized its employees for years of service at a luncheon held on May 11 at Wind Vineyards at Laurel Grove in Essex County. A total of 101 employees were recognized with agency service ranging from 5 to 35 years. This is the first employee recognition since before to the pandemic.
Alice Coates, ex officio member of the CSB board of directors, recognized 28 employees during the “In Memoriam” segment of the program: staff who at the time of their death were employed at the CSB. As each name was read, a bell was rung in their memory. The most recent staff member to have passed away was Jerrilyn Senior from Gloucester, who worked in the Intellectual Disability Division of the CSB and had been employed in that capacity for 15 years.
The Community Services Board provides early intervention, prevention, intellectual disability, and behavioral health services to residents in the 10 counties of the Middle Peninsula and Norther...
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