Dallas County Commissioner John Wiley Price recognizes diligence of Lead Painter

Jimmy Smith, front left, stands in front of his family and coworkers as his service is recognized.

Jimmy Smith, front left, stands in front of his family and coworkers as his service is recognized.

Commissioner John Wiley Price reads the resolution recognizing Jimmy Smith's diligence and service to Dallas County.

Commissioner John Wiley Price reads the resolution recognizing Jimmy Smith’s diligence and service to Dallas County.

Joseph Mancuso, PIO GIP Fellow

An employee of Dallas County, Jimmy Walter Smith retired and was recognized before the Commissioners Court on June 18 after serving as a Lead Painter for 29 years. A Dallas native and the son of an Air Force father, Smith attended W.W. Samuell High School and is married to Cindy Smith. Together they raised two children, Jason and Jennifer, and have three grandchildren.

Commissioner John Price, on behalf of the Dallas County Commissioners Court, extended “sincere appreciation” to Mr. Smith for his faithful service to the County and wished Mr. Smith the best on his retirement. Smith “has given long and faithful service to Dallas County,” Price said.

 

 

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