County employees continue delivering excellence well after 30-year mark
Left: Miami-Dade County Commissioner Barbara J. Jordan presents Barbara McMillan, of the Water and Sewer Department, with a Certificate of Appreciation for serving Miami-Dade County for 46 years. Middle: Miami-Dade County leaders present Emily Rose (middle left) of the Clerk’s Office with a Certificate of Appreciation. In August, Rose will have served the County for 47 years. Barbara McMillan (middle right), who is currently working in the Water and Sewer Department, also received honors for her 46 years of service with the County. The tenured employees were recognized by Commissioner Barbara J. Jordan. Commissioner Jordan was joined by Commissioner Esteban Bovo, Commissioner Jose “Pepe” Diaz, Commissioner Dennis C. Moss, Mayor Carlos Gimenez, Commissioner Rebeca Sosa, and Chairman Jean Monestime. Right: Emily Rose is recognized by Commissioner Barbara J. Jordan for her tenure in the Clerk’s Office. In August, Rose will have served the County for 47 years.
(Photos by Armando Rodriguez / Miami-Dade County)
(MIAMI, FL) – Miami-Dade County Commissioner Barbara J. Jordan celebrated the tenure of two County employees who have served the longest in their jobs. Barbara McMillan, a secretary in the Water and Sewer Department, has been a County employee for 46 years. She received her honors along with Emily Rose, who in August will have served 47 years with the Clerk’s Office as a Court Record Specialist. Both employees received a Certificate of Appreciation and a pen set. As it stands, neither Barbara nor Emily has plans to retire.
“Barbara McMillan and Emily Rose are both shining examples of the excellence that County employees exemplify every day,” Commissioner Jordan said. “These are special people, especially when you consider that most employees retire when they reach 30 years. However, these two young ladies have passed that 30-year mark by more than 15 years.”
Commissioner Jordan was joined by Mayor Carlos Gimenez, Chairman Jean Monestime, County Clerk Harvey Ruvin and the Board of County Commissioners.