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May 19, 2011

Pendleton prison recognizes long-term employees

PENDLETON, Ind. — Administrative staff at the Pendleton Correctional Facility recently conducted a “Staff Assembly” to bring employees up to date on significant events occurring at the facility and around the Indiana Department of Correction as well as honoring several employees.

Several employees were recognized for their years of state service, according to a release from the facility. Employees recognized for 10 years of service were correctional officers Dee Beaudry and Matthew Pickett. Correctional officer David Neumaier was recognized for 20 years of service. Employees recognized for 25 years of employment were counselors Mike Kidder and Jeffrey Ballenger, and correctional officers Lee Waid and Marc Bergman. Employees honored for 30 years of service were administrative assistant David Barr, executive assistant and acting maintenance supervisor Jack Binion, correctional Capt. Levi Stonebarger and correctional officer Russell Sanders.

Employees who have recently retired from state service were also recognized during the assembly. Correctional officer Linda Becker, who worked most of her career in the human resources area, retired with 17 years of service to the state. Correctional officer Lloyd Scott was honored for 20 years, training secretary Dixie Weir was recognized for 23 years and counselor Mike Kidder received recognition for his 25 of service to the facility.

Also recognized were the employee and supervisor of the quarter. Correctional officer Jonathan C. Jackson was recognized as Employee of the Quarter and Lt. Robert Marvell as the facility’s Supervisor of the Quarter.

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