The commissioners presented the Exceptional Service Award to Jodi A. Daroja of the Department of Citizen Services. Daroja was recognized for excellence in coordinating the Family Self-Sufficiency Program; for dedication, commitment and compassion for the citizens she serves while assuming an additional workload; for statewide coordination efforts and national recognition received from the National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Organizations; and for consistently performing above and beyond her assigned duties and responsibilities.
Five years: Jerry F. Barnes, Tracy Gilmore, Shirley Haas, Vicki Petry, state's attorney's office; Calvin V. Baseman, James R. Fisher, Walter Royster, Bruce Vanleuvan, sheriff's department; Thomas Battaglia, John Biblehimer, fleet management; Stephen Brown, airport operations; Martin B. Covington III, storm-water management; Mark Duvall, farm museum; James E. Fisher, Timothy Hughes, Margaret Krause, Stanley E. Miller Jr., roads operations; Pamela Grimes, Dawn Kile, courts; Tammy Haines, Business and Employment Resource Center; Steven Lawson, facilities; Steven Nelson, Michael Roberts, water resource management; Catherine Oler, human resources; William Schaefer, recreation; Terry Selby, landfill operations; Yvonne Staub, economic development; Ronald Stephan, engineering.
10 years: Ann Allen, Charlene Fischer, Aging; Pamela Arnold, Beverly Calafos, Kelly Cox, Jo Lynn Delp, Lanny Holcombe, State's Attorney; Stephen Bankert, Donna Kuznik, landfill; Michael Barnes, engineering; Anna Baugher, Wanda Brandenburg, Kevin Kontz, Barry Naylor, Utilities; Vernon Bonner, Deborah Green, Clifford Ziegler, roads operations; Jeff Degitz, recreation; Donald Dell, Grace Devereux, county commissioners; Charles Eyler, retiree; Floyd Welty and William Eyler, facilities; Teresa Fair, sediment control and grading; Patricia Geiman, courts; Alda Gesell, accounting; Bruce Moore and Jason Green, permits and inspections; Bonnie Hann, comptroller; Venzena Legge, recycling operations; Scott Markle, information and technology services; Tara Mayers, communications; Lynn McDonald, human resources; ; Robert Muse, sports complex; Richard Null, farm museum; Thomas Rio, Raymond Wetzel, building construction; Harold Schaeffer, warehouse operations; Tina Shupp, Hashawha Environmental Center; James Slater Jr., public works; Jean Swartz, housing and community development.
15 years: Eugene Angell, Robert Boone, Calvin Brothers, Michael Maring, Anita Nickoles, permits and inspections; Alfred Bailey Jr., Julia Becker, Cecil Butler Jr., Janet Gates, Mark Gonder, Robert Isennock, Timmie Schaeffer, Sheriff's Department; Sharon Baker, aging bureau; Charles Beckhardt III, Bart Mathews, information and technology services; Edward Bilz, Samuel Cool, Catherine Plank, Eric Weaver, roads operations; Tobe Carter, George Thomas Jr., public safety; Kathi Dietrich, Steven Powell, management and budget; Blaine Flickinger, Richard Ranoull, facilities; Misti Green, Russell Miller III, landfill operations; Richard Pat Hill, county commissioners; Loren Lustig, Piney Run Park; Robin Mundorff, accounting; Sandra Myers, Business and Employment Resource Center; Laura Myers, permits, inspections and review; George Schanberger, fleet management.
20 years: Bruce Dutterer, planning; Bruce Fritz, facilities; Brian Geiman, Darlene Smith, William Smith, William Thomas Sr., Sheriff's Department; Raymond Grimsley Jr., fleet management.
25 years: Ray Bowen, facilities; Lawrence Brown, S. Denise Study, accounting; Ronald Haines, Richard Wetzel Sr., roads operations; Darlene Rohrbaugh, recreation; Jennifer Taylor, public works.
30 years: Robert Bair, county commissioners office.