Longtime county worker retires

March 11, 2014

For a long-time Oconee County employee, retirement is something she can recommend and something she’s already begun to enjoy. Kay Olbon was gardening this morning—only a few days after leaving the county’s employ as its director of human resources. On Friday, she wrapped up a career of 22 years, 9 months. Olbon started work with Oconee County as an account clerk in the Motor Pool. She later became a secretary for Merle Orr, then personnel director.

 

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