City and residents thank Lori Williams for Wilmington Parks & Rec service


A farewell party was held Friday at the J.W. Denver Williams Jr. Memorial Park for Wilmington Parks & Recreation Director Lori Kersey Williams, in the foreground facing camera, who is retiring. In the photograph she is speaking with Tammy Fraser and John Deignan. She was presented a plaque of appreciation by Wilmington Mayor John Stanforth “for five years of dedicated, professional, and loyal service to the City and the citizens of Wilmington.”


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

A farewell party was held Friday at the J.W. Denver Williams Jr. Memorial Park for Wilmington Parks & Recreation Director Lori Kersey Williams, in the foreground facing camera, who is retiring. In the photograph she is speaking with Tammy Fraser and John Deignan. She was presented a plaque of appreciation by Wilmington Mayor John Stanforth “for five years of dedicated, professional, and loyal service to the City and the citizens of Wilmington.”

A farewell party was held Friday at the J.W. Denver Williams Jr. Memorial Park for Wilmington Parks & Recreation Director Lori Kersey Williams, in the foreground facing camera, who is retiring. In the photograph she is speaking with Tammy Fraser and John Deignan. She was presented a plaque of appreciation by Wilmington Mayor John Stanforth “for five years of dedicated, professional, and loyal service to the City and the citizens of Wilmington.”
http://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/07/web1_lori_p_f.jpgA farewell party was held Friday at the J.W. Denver Williams Jr. Memorial Park for Wilmington Parks & Recreation Director Lori Kersey Williams, in the foreground facing camera, who is retiring. In the photograph she is speaking with Tammy Fraser and John Deignan. She was presented a plaque of appreciation by Wilmington Mayor John Stanforth “for five years of dedicated, professional, and loyal service to the City and the citizens of Wilmington.” Gary Huffenberger | News Journal