County retiree Peterson honored


Janet Peterson, center, an employee with the Sampson County Department of Social Services from July 1996 to August 2017, was honored during Monday’s Board of Commissioners meeting upon her retirement. Flanked by her mother and board vice-chairwoman Sue Lee, she thanked her peers and supervisors. ‘I enjoyed the years I had with Sampson County,’ said Peterson. ‘I’m just happy I was able to be a blessing to Sampson County and the people I worked with. I just love working with people, so I enjoyed those years.’


Janet Peterson, center, an employee with the Sampson County Department of Social Services from July 1996 to August 2017, was honored during Monday’s Board of Commissioners meeting upon her retirement. Flanked by her mother and board vice-chairwoman Sue Lee, she thanked her peers and supervisors. ‘I enjoyed the years I had with Sampson County,’ said Peterson. ‘I’m just happy I was able to be a blessing to Sampson County and the people I worked with. I just love working with people, so I enjoyed those years.’

Janet Peterson, center, an employee with the Sampson County Department of Social Services from July 1996 to August 2017, was honored during Monday’s Board of Commissioners meeting upon her retirement. Flanked by her mother and board vice-chairwoman Sue Lee, she thanked her peers and supervisors. ‘I enjoyed the years I had with Sampson County,’ said Peterson. ‘I’m just happy I was able to be a blessing to Sampson County and the people I worked with. I just love working with people, so I enjoyed those years.’
http://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/web1_retiree-2.jpgJanet Peterson, center, an employee with the Sampson County Department of Social Services from July 1996 to August 2017, was honored during Monday’s Board of Commissioners meeting upon her retirement. Flanked by her mother and board vice-chairwoman Sue Lee, she thanked her peers and supervisors. ‘I enjoyed the years I had with Sampson County,’ said Peterson. ‘I’m just happy I was able to be a blessing to Sampson County and the people I worked with. I just love working with people, so I enjoyed those years.’
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