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LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR'S OFFICE HONORS TWO

Warren Knight on St. Thomas and Allyson Frorup-Matthias on St. Croix have been named Employees of the Year in the Office of the Lieutenant Governor.
Knight, a 20-year government employee, is a building appraiser in the Real Property Tax Division on St. Thomas. He was cited for his "exceptional customer service and teamwork." Frorup-Matthias, an 18-year government worker, is a real property records officer in the Recorder of Deeds Office on St. Croix. She was recognized for "compassion in dealing with customers, as well as a positive attitude and actions when relating to her . . . co-workers."
Lt. Gov. Gerard Luz James II said the honorees "demonstrate an exemplary knowledge of their job responsibilities and are always willing to go the extra mile."
May 22-26 has been designated Public Recognition Week, according to a press release from the Office of the Lieutenant Governor.

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Warren Knight on St. Thomas and Allyson Frorup-Matthias on St. Croix have been named Employees of the Year in the Office of the Lieutenant Governor.
Knight, a 20-year government employee, is a building appraiser in the Real Property Tax Division on St. Thomas. He was cited for his "exceptional customer service and teamwork." Frorup-Matthias, an 18-year government worker, is a real property records officer in the Recorder of Deeds Office on St. Croix. She was recognized for "compassion in dealing with customers, as well as a positive attitude and actions when relating to her . . . co-workers."
Lt. Gov. Gerard Luz James II said the honorees "demonstrate an exemplary knowledge of their job responsibilities and are always willing to go the extra mile."
May 22-26 has been designated Public Recognition Week, according to a press release from the Office of the Lieutenant Governor.