Five county employees receive special recognition for their service May 6. Pictured from left are Pinellas County Commission Chair Karen Seel, Randy Martin, Larry Resovsky, Ronald McCorkel, Charles Gibson and Richard Dodson.
CLEARWATER – Pinellas County Commissioners recognized five employees with more than 40 years of service as they marked Employee Appreciation Week during the May 6 meeting.
Richard Dodson has worked for the county since July 6, 1970, putting in 44 years of service – the longest of any current employee. He currently works as trades/fields services supervisor in Real Estate Management.
Charles Gibson was hired Feb. 21, 1972 and is a 42-year county employee. He currently works as section manager with the survey and mapping section of the engineering and technical support division of the Department of Environment and Infrastructure.
Three additional employees have been county employees for 41 years. Larry Resovsky was hired Nov. 2, 1972 and currently is the DEI Operations manager assistant in the traffic engineering section of the transportation and stormwater division.
Randy Martin was hired March 6, 1973 and works in the plant operations section of DEI’s water and sewer division. Ronald McCorkel was hired Aug. 30, 1973 and currently works in the DEI’s stormwater management section of the transportation and stormwater division.