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Board honors Fleenor, Sayers

PULASKI — A Pulaski County prosecutor and public service authority employee were honored Monday as the county’s July featured employees of the month.
Commonwealth’s Attorney Mike Fleenor and Brenda Sayers each were recognized for their diligent service to the county over the years.
Fleenor accepted his recognition plaque at Monday night’s Board of Supervisors meeting. However, Sayers was unable to attend due to illness.
Fleenor grew up in Pulaski before attending Jackson State University Law School. While there, he met Yvette, his wife of 18 years.
He and his staff handle more than 2,000 felony cases and 3,000 misdemeanor cases and other hearings per year. He also is responsible for supervision of the victim- witness program that provides assistance to those affected by local crimes.
In his spare time, Fleenor enjoys spending time with his two children, being outdoors, and traveling.
For the past three years, he has been president of Friends of the Pulaski Theatre, which hopes to be able to open the main floor of the theater upon the installation of doors and carpet, and the issuance of an occupancy certificate.
The county staff also looks forward to providing Fleenor with an occupancy permit for new offices in the former Dawn’s Florist building.
Sayers has worked for the Public Service Authority since September 1985 as a bookkeeper supervisor. She was employed previously by Jackson & Preston Equipment Co. in Dublin for nine years. The nine years before that she worked for Coleman Furniture Corporation in Pulaski.
Sayers ensures that PSA bills get paid and that customers are fairly and accurately billed.
She also has the challenge of working with those who have difficulty in paying their bills.
She has one daughter, Kelly, and, son-in-law Chad Moles, who live in Crockett.
In her spare time, she enjoys sewing, reading, traveling and spending time with family members.

Board honors Fleenor, Sayers

PULASKI — A Pulaski County prosecutor and public service authority employee were honored Monday as the county’s July featured employees of the month.
Commonwealth’s Attorney Mike Fleenor and Brenda Sayers each were recognized for their diligent service to the county over the years.
Fleenor accepted his recognition plaque at Monday night’s Board of Supervisors meeting. However, Sayers was unable to attend due to illness.
Fleenor grew up in Pulaski before attending Jackson State University Law School. While there, he met Yvette, his wife of 18 years.
He and his staff handle more than 2,000 felony cases and 3,000 misdemeanor cases and other hearings per year. He also is responsible for supervision of the victim- witness program that provides assistance to those affected by local crimes.
In his spare time, Fleenor enjoys spending time with his two children, being outdoors, and traveling.
For the past three years, he has been president of Friends of the Pulaski Theatre, which hopes to be able to open the main floor of the theater upon the installation of doors and carpet, and the issuance of an occupancy certificate.
The county staff also looks forward to providing Fleenor with an occupancy permit for new offices in the former Dawn’s Florist building.
Sayers has worked for the Public Service Authority since September 1985 as a bookkeeper supervisor. She was employed previously by Jackson & Preston Equipment Co. in Dublin for nine years. The nine years before that she worked for Coleman Furniture Corporation in Pulaski.
Sayers ensures that PSA bills get paid and that customers are fairly and accurately billed.
She also has the challenge of working with those who have difficulty in paying their bills.
She has one daughter, Kelly, and, son-in-law Chad Moles, who live in Crockett.
In her spare time, she enjoys sewing, reading, traveling and spending time with family members.