Mr. Robert Lovett Recognized by The Meriwether County Board of Commissioners
by Brin Jones
A PROCLAMATION TO RECOGNIZE ROBERT LOVETT FOR HIS OUTSTANDING SERVICE TO THE CITIZENS OF MERIWETHER COUNTY AS A MEMBER OF THE MERIWETHER COUNTY WATER AND SEWERAGE AUTHORITY
WHEREAS, Robert Lovett is a lifelong resident of Meriwether County and graduate of Woodbury High School and a longtime member of Woodbury Baptist Church; and
WHEREAS, Robert Lovett has been married to his lovely wife Sylvia for fifty-three years and they have three Daughters and six grandchildren; and
WHEREAS, Robert Lovett joined the United States Navy in 1958 and attained the rank of Petty Officer Second Class; and
WHEREAS, Robert Lovett worked for a printing company business for 14 years following his four-year service with the United States Navy before he began working for the Water Treatment Plant in Woodbury; and
WHEREAS, Robert Lovett was a founding Board Member of the Georgia Rural Water Association where is also served as treasurer, vice-president and president; and
WHEREAS, Robert Lovett formerly operated water and wastewater plants in Woodbury, GA for thirty-eight years, and served as a contract operator for treatment systems in Warm Springs, Concord, Talbotton and Greenville; and
WHEREAS, Robert Lovett was appointed to the Water & Sewerage Authority on January 22, 2008, and has continued to serve faithfully until his resignation on May 1, 2017; and
NOW BE IT PROCLAIMED, by the Meriwether County Board of Commissioners on the 14th day of June 2017 that Robert Lovett be, and is hereby, recognized and commended for his outstanding service to the citizens of Meriwether County as a member of the Meriwether County Water & Sewerage Authority; and be it
PROCLAIMED FURTHER that the Meriwether Board of County Commissioners does hereby extend its best wishes to Robert Lovett in all future endeavors.
Mr. Robert Lovett was presented with a Proclamation by the Meriwether County Board of Commissioners during their regularly scheduled meeting on June 14th for his past 9 years serving on the Meriwether County Water and Sewerage Authority. Retiring last month in May, Mr Lovette served with the Authority from 2008 thru 2017.
On behalf of Meriwether County we would like to thank Mr. Lovette for his service and wish him well. Please see Proclamation below.