|Professionalism, Enthusiasm, and Dedication to Job Earns Employee
May 2, 2006 - Knoxville Mayor Bill Haslam
and Police Chief Sterling Owen named Debbie Moore the Civilian Employee
of the Year for the Knoxville Police Department. Ms. Moore has been
with the City of Knoxville since February 1979.
Chief Owen said Ms. Moore has worked in several divisions of the police
department throughout her career. Currently, she is the Executive
Assistant within the Chief's office. Ms. Moore's tasks are always
completed within the established timelines, accuracy is never questioned,
and she sets personal goals of achievement that she not only meets,
but also exceeds. Ms. Moore rarely takes leave and she consistently
arrives to work early and leaves late.
Owen said, "Ms. Moore is one of the most well thought of employees
at the department. She is sought out on a regular basis to provide
either professional assistance or personal support. The support and
admiration she commands from employees, both sworn or non-sworn, is
Mayor Haslam said, "Ms. Moore has shown a tremendous dedication
to her job and to the citizens we serve everyday. She is always enthusiastic,
professional, and ready to help with any situation in which she is
called upon for assistance. We are grateful for her continued commitment
to her job and to the City of Knoxville."
Ms. Moore will receive a signed certificate from the Mayor and Chief
along with a free dinner from Ruby Tuesday Restaurant.
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