Retiring After 30 Years

RETIRING AFTER 30 YEARS. White Wastewater Treatment Plant Supervisor Bill White began his career with the Town of Rockville in June of 1988. He was initially certified in Paris, Illinois in 1981. Over the course of his 30 years with the town, he has also assisted Montezuma, Southwest Parke School Corporation, Hillsdale, AI Camp (when it was still the FCA Camp), Brazil and Clinton. “I am looking forward to having more time with my family,” expressed White. “[But] I will continue to help others with their wastewater needs.” He explained that he is currently working with Montezuma to help them with their wastewater project and will continue to do so after retiring. The town held an Open House Wednesday, February 6 for White at Town Hall. Pictured (From left) Rockville Town Council president Liddy Dowd-Wright, Bill White, Rockville Clerk-Treasurer Brandy Asher and Rockville Town Council member LeeAnn Bruebeck. (Sentinel photo by Lisa Wood)

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