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Food Bank of the Albemarle announces Employees of the Year

Pamela Rouson, agency relations manager, and Michael Wood, warehouse worker and driver, were selected as the Food Bank of the Albemarle’s Employees of the Year for 2020.

“Pam Rouson looks for ways to accomplish project goals easier,” said Andy Spencer, director of operations. “Her leadership skills and positive attitude are evident on how she leads the team successfully.”

“Mike looks for ways to accomplish his work while assisting coworkers,” added Spencer. “He displays admirable skills and a positive attitude. He has been accident free and free of vehicle citations or moving violations in 2020.”

Food Bank of the Albemarle is a regional clearinghouse for the collection and distribution of food and grocery items to a 15-county service area in northeast North Carolina.

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