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Retiring civil servant posts perfect attendance

| 23/11/2015 | 0 Comments
Cayman News Service

Trevor Williams

(CNS): Assistant Collector of Customs Trevor Williams is retiring at the end of the month with an impressive record of more than 39 years of public service without taking one sick day.

At a ceremony held 13 November to celebrate his retirement, Williams was honoured for his service and praised for his perfect attendance. Finance Minister Marco Archer even offered a monetary bonus when he heard about the record.

In addition, Collector of Customs Charles Clifford presented Williams with a commemorative plaque, a watch and two complimentary Cayman Airways tickets to any place the national carrier flies, coupled with free board for both passengers at the destination.

After attaining the rank of senior assistant postal officer at Postal Services, Williams moved to Customs where he progressed through his hard work.

Speakers at the ceremony noted that his commitment, diligence and superlative customer service ethos extended to the department’s customers and his colleagues, and especially to the junior officers whom he has mentored over the years; despite retiring, Williams will continue to help Customs with on-the-job training.

Also attending the ceremony were Deputy Governor Franz Manderson; Financial Secretary and Chief Officer Kenneth Jefferson; Chief Officer Gloria McField-Nixon; Deputy Collector of Customs Collie Powery; and Customs Training Manager Langlie Powery.

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