Board of Public Service

Leonard Harrison Retires

BPS/Facilities Management bids Leonard Harrison a fond farewell

July 1, 2011 | 2 min reading time

This article is 11 years old. It was published on July 1, 2011.

City Hall employees joined Facilities Management staff in wishing Leonard Harrison well in his retirement on June 30.  Harrison began his career with the City in 1997 at Soldiers' Memorial and transferred to Facilities Management in 2009 where he has remained until his retirement.  Harrison  plans to enjoy his retirement spending time with his family and friends.  Below are some photos from the celebration.

Facilities Management co-workers sign poster at Leonard Harrison retirement celebration

Leonard's co-workers in Facilities Management write Happy Retirement messages on a poster at the celebration.

Rick Ernst presents Leonard Harrison with a BPS plaque

Rick Ernst (l) presents Leonard Harrison with a special Board of Public Service plaque.  Each coin represents a year of service, and the coins are placed in the shape of Gateway Arch.

Leonard Harrison with family & co-workers

Leonard Harrison (l) enjoys the celebration with his wife, father, cousin and BPS/Facilities Management co-workers.

Leonard Harrison's retirement cake

Best wishes for good health and happiness in your retirement, Leonard!

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