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Digicel and BTC recognise long-serving staff

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Long service: Michael Dyer, left, Blaine Tucker, Frank Ming, Steven Burgess and Kirk Dill have worked for Digicel and BTC for 30 years (Photograph supplied)

Delvin Riley has been recognised for his 40 years of service to Digicel and the Bermuda Telephone Company.

The outside plant cable splicer was the longest-serving employee at this year’s long-service awards breakfast event.

A total of 22 staff were recognised, among them was Dwayne Phipps, a service delivery universal technician, who has given 35 years of service. While Kent Henry, Michael Dyer, Kirk Dill, Steven Burgess, Frank Ming and Blaine Tucker were awarded for their 30 years of service.

Paul Stafford, chief executive officer of Digicel and BTC, said: “It was humbling to stand in front of so many staff and present the awards on behalf of the company they have served so well. In such a fast-paced industry, it takes a lot of commitment, loyalty, patience and hard work to make it past five years and we are fortunate to have so many longstanding employees today.

“Everybody within the company, from those who have been with us 40 years to those just starting out, should take a moment to reflect on the dedication, energy and passion they bring to the company and how they contribute to its achievements on a daily basis.

“It’s important that we recognise our employees each year because in today’s world not many people can point to such long distinguished careers with one company.”

Long service: Delvin Riley has worked for Digicel and BTC for 40 years (Photograph supplied)
Long service: Dwayne Phipps has worked for Digicel and BTC for 35 years (Photograph supplied)