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Two long-time Boswell Regional Center employees retired in December  and were honored at a special recognition ceremony and reception held at the center’s main campus in Magee. Laurie Magee, a trainer in Boswell’s staff development department and Janna Means, behavioral health clinician and director of diagnostics and evaluation services, retired with 15 and 20 years of state service, respectively.

The retiring employees received an engraved award from Boswell’s Friends and Family Association and were treated to a reception in their honor attended by co-workers and family members.

 Laurie Magee, second from left, is pictured with the engraved trophy presented upon her retirement by Boswell’s Friends and Family Association. She is pictured with Clint Ashley, left, director, her granddaughter, Josie, and assistant director Cindy Womack, right.

Janna Means, second from left, is pictured with, from left, Boswell director Clint Ashley, her mother, Anita Means, and Cindy Womack, assistant director. She was presented an engraved trophy from Boswell’s Friends and Family Association.

Retiring Boswell employee Janna Means, right, enjoyed sharing her retirement ceremony and reception with her mother, Anita, left.


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