Underwood honored upon retirement

City of Clinton Public Works and Utilities Department employee Andy Underwood retired at the end of February after 30 years of service to the city. Underwood was honored at Tuesday night’s City Council meeting, receiving a gift from Mayor Lew Starling. An employee of the city since 1988, Underwood worked for the Water Department conducting a variety of tasks over the years, from reading meters to running heavy equipment. In 2016, Underwood was promoted to utility line leader, a role in which he served until his retirement. Underwood always took the time to train and mentor young employees, helping to groom the city’s next leaders, making him a key asset to Clinton, officials said. -

City of Clinton Public Works and Utilities Department employee Andy Underwood retired at the end of February after 30 years of service to the city. Underwood was honored at Tuesday night’s City Council meeting, receiving a gift from Mayor Lew Starling. An employee of the city since 1988, Underwood worked for the Water Department conducting a variety of tasks over the years, from reading meters to running heavy equipment. In 2016, Underwood was promoted to utility line leader, a role in which he served until his retirement. Underwood always took the time to train and mentor young employees, helping to groom the city’s next leaders, making him a key asset to Clinton, officials said.

City of Clinton Public Works and Utilities Department employee Andy Underwood retired at the end of February after 30 years of service to the city. Underwood was honored at Tuesday night’s City Council meeting, receiving a gift from Mayor Lew Starling. An employee of the city since 1988, Underwood worked for the Water Department conducting a variety of tasks over the years, from reading meters to running heavy equipment. In 2016, Underwood was promoted to utility line leader, a role in which he served until his retirement. Underwood always took the time to train and mentor young employees, helping to groom the city’s next leaders, making him a key asset to Clinton, officials said.
https://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/web1_andy-retires.jpgCity of Clinton Public Works and Utilities Department employee Andy Underwood retired at the end of February after 30 years of service to the city. Underwood was honored at Tuesday night’s City Council meeting, receiving a gift from Mayor Lew Starling. An employee of the city since 1988, Underwood worked for the Water Department conducting a variety of tasks over the years, from reading meters to running heavy equipment. In 2016, Underwood was promoted to utility line leader, a role in which he served until his retirement. Underwood always took the time to train and mentor young employees, helping to groom the city’s next leaders, making him a key asset to Clinton, officials said.