On Wednesday, January 22, the Human Resources Department hosted the City’s annual employee recognition luncheon to honor employees with multiple years of service to League City. Over 50 employees were recognized for celebrating five, ten, fifteen, and twenty-year anniversaries with League City.
Three employees were honored for reaching the 25 year milestone, one was honored for 30 years of service, and two employees are celebrating 35 years with League City.
Billy Miles and Quencelia Goins have been with League City for 25 years. Miles first began working for the League City Police Department and is now the City Courier, known by many for his bright personality. Goins has worked her way up in the Finance Department through the years and is now the Treasury Manager. Her motto is, "Everyday is a Friday."
David de la Houssaye is celebrating 30 years with League City. He was the first person to get a Class A Wastewater License in the City and encourages the growth of other employees as well. He is now the Utility Inspections Supervisor.
John Norgan and Shirley Murphy have been with League City 35 years. Norgan, currently the Shop Foreman for the City’s Vehicle Maintenance Department, is well respected as a leader among his coworkers. Murphy began working as a temp for the City’s Secretary’s office shortly after graduating high school and is now the Court Administrator. She met her husband while working for the City, and they now have four children and two grandchildren.