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Middletown has lost two outstanding employees

Posted 8/5/14

 

Editor,

     I have known and worked with Ken Klinepeter and Greg Wilsbach for their entire careers with Middletown Borough. Both are outstanding men and highly thought of in their respective …

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Middletown has lost two outstanding employees

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Editor,

     I have known and worked with Ken Klinepeter and Greg Wilsbach for their entire careers with Middletown Borough. Both are outstanding men and highly thought of in their respective fields.

     I remember when Ken started at the wastewater plant, and when he was promoted to supervisor upon the resignation of Paul McCurdy. Ken is a very intelligent individual, which is the reason he has attained the status he so richly deserves. I’m glad at least Steelton recognizes what an asset they have in Ken.

     Greg – what can I say about Greg? He is a truly remarkable young man who started his employment with the borough as a dispatcher in our now-defunct communications center. He did this while furthering his education in the electrical field.

     Upon completion of his education, he transferred to the Electric Department, where he proved to be a valuable employee. When Tom Handley retired, Greg became the supervisor. I am sure Ephrata has the same high opinion of Greg as Steelton does of Ken.

     Both are exemplary employees and will be sorely missed, especially by those of us who realize their value and capabilities.
     Middletown’s loss is certainly Steelton’s and Ephrata’s gain.

     I wish both the best in their future endeavors. I know they will be successful.

                                                                                                                     Sandy Nagle
                                                                                                                     Middletown

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