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James Chastain, left, Mississippi State Hospital director, and Craig Kittrell, right, assistant director, recognize recent graduates of the Mississippi State Personnel Board’s administrative assistants program. Recognized were, from left, Tarshall Wilson of Byram, Kristi Kindrex of Florence and Debra Scott of Brandon. Wilson has been at MSH for 20 years and works in the Human Resources Department as a Vocational Training Instructor. Kindrex has worked at MSH for over 21 years and is an Administrative Assistant in in the Human Resources Department. Scott is an Administrative Assistant in the Support Services Department and has worked at MSH for 26 years. Courtesy of Mississippi State Hospital

Administrative assistant program graduates

James Chastain, left, Mississippi State Hospital director, and Craig Kittrell, right, assistant director, recognize recent graduates of the Mississippi State Personnel Board’s administrative assistants program. Recognized were, from left, Tarshall Wilson of Byram, Kristi Kindrex of Florence and Debra Scott of Brandon. Wilson has been at MSH for 20 years and works in the Human Resources Department as a Vocational Training Instructor. Kindrex has worked at MSH for over 21 years and is an Administrative Assistant in in the Human Resources Department. Scott is an Administrative Assistant in the Support Services Department and has worked at MSH for 26 years.

Courtesy of Mississippi State Hospital

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