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Long-time public servant retires from Circuit Clerk’s office

Pictured from left are county officials Ellis Stuart, Elise Munn, Earl Dixon, Edna Stevens, Jimmy Anderson (husband), Lois Anderson, Jimmy Phillips, Kenneth Powell, Perry Hood and Terry Channell.

Lois Anderson retired from the circuit clerk’s office after 17-and-a-half years of service. She served as a deputy clerk; and her area of expertise was voter registration and elections.  
“I have done it all, but I started in voter registration and elections. That’s what I did until I retired. I just liked dealing with the public and seeing the process work,” Anderson stated.
Edna Stevens, Circuit Court Clerk, praised Anderson for her dedication and commitment to the position.  “I will miss her, but I’m happy to report that she will return in April on a part-time basis,” stated Stevens.
Anderson has been married to her husband Jimmy for 43 years.  They have two children, Susan Anderson  and Paul Anderson, and  two grandchildren, Emmalee and Walker. 
Also, the Board of Supervisors presented a resolution to Anderson during a reception held in her honor on December 29 at the courthouse. Once again, the board praised her for her hard work, thanked her for her time with the county and wished her a wonderful retirement.

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