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MSH recognizes employees for service

Mississippi State Hospital recently honored employees with July anniversary dates for their years of service. Helen Watkins was recognized for 30 years of service. A resident of Morton, Watkins is the office manager in the information Management Department.

Rena Rideout was honored for 25 years’ service. A Columbia native, she serves as a social work supervisor, and holds a bachelor’s degree in social work from Jackson State University and a master’s degree in social work from the University of Southern Mississippi.

Dana Byrd celebrated her 20th year at the hospital. She is a resident of Brandon.

Angela Huff of Brandon was also recognized for providing 20 years of service.  Huff, a Morton native, is a pharmacy tech.

Other workers honored for 20-year service are Peggie Horton and Limmie Stingley.

Employees marking their 10th anniversary include Elaine Canterbury, Joseph Dickerson and Robert Dixon.

Robert Lindsey was honored for his five years of service.

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