Dallas County workers thanked for serving the people

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Dallas County Supervisors Brad Golightly, left, and Supervisor Mark Hanson, right, thanked three county employees Tuesday morning for their service to the people of the county, from left: Amy Short for five years of service in the Dallas County Public Health Department, Debb Franz for 10 years of service in the Dallas County Juvenile Court Services and Meggan Guns for five years in the Dallas County Attorney's office. Not pictured are Kim Owen in the Dallas County Auditor's office, Becky Knowles in the Dallas County Emergency Medical Services Department and Rob Zlomke in the Dallas County Community Services Department.

Six employees of Dallas County received certificates of thanks Tuesday morning for their service to the people of the county.

Board of Supervisors Chair Mark Hanson and Supervisor Brad Golightly thanked the employees in a brief ceremony. Supervisor Kim Chapman was absent.

Debb Franz was honored for her 10 years of service in the Juvenile Court Services office.

Reaching the five-year milestone were Meggan Guns in the Dallas County Attorney’s office, Kim Owen in the Dallas County Auditor’s office, Becky Knowles in the Dallas County Emergency Medical Services Department, Amy Short in the Dallas County Public Health Department and Rob Zlomke in the Dallas County Community Services Department.

“Our county couldn’t function without the dedication of outstanding employees like these,” Hanson said. “We’re all grateful to you for your service.”

Amy Short, left, was thanked by Dallas County Public Health Director Shelley Horak for her five years of service.
Amy Short, left, was thanked by Dallas County Public Health Director Shelley Horak for her five years of service.
Meggan Guns, left, was thanked by Dallas County Attorney Wayne Reisetter for her five years of service.
Meggan Guns, left, was thanked by Dallas County Attorney Wayne Reisetter for her five years of service.

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