62 years later, Shirley Tagg retires


Shirley (née Stewart) Tagg, left, started working with Clinton County government in 1955 and retired Wednesday, Aug. 30. During those 62 years she was in several different offices or departments, including the Health Department, Board of Elections, Child Support, common pleas court’s Legal Office, and since 1993 the Auto Title Office. When her husband became seriously ill, her county employment was temporarily interrupted. Now 82, she said she enjoyed her career in county government. “I just like people,” said Tagg. As a retirement present, she was given a nativity scene with multiple figures that she plans to paint. In the photograph, she is joined by her daughter Leesa Cox, a Clinton County Juvenile Court employee who has worked 21 years for the county.

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Shirley (née Stewart) Tagg, left, started working with Clinton County government in 1955 and retired Wednesday, Aug. 30. During those 62 years she was in several different offices or departments, including the Health Department, Board of Elections, Child Support, common pleas court’s Legal Office, and since 1993 the Auto Title Office. When her husband became seriously ill, her county employment was temporarily interrupted. Now 82, she said she enjoyed her career in county government. “I just like people,” said Tagg. As a retirement present, she was given a nativity scene with multiple figures that she plans to paint. In the photograph, she is joined by her daughter Leesa Cox, a Clinton County Juvenile Court employee who has worked 21 years for the county.
http://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/08/web1_tagg_p_f.jpgShirley (née Stewart) Tagg, left, started working with Clinton County government in 1955 and retired Wednesday, Aug. 30. During those 62 years she was in several different offices or departments, including the Health Department, Board of Elections, Child Support, common pleas court’s Legal Office, and since 1993 the Auto Title Office. When her husband became seriously ill, her county employment was temporarily interrupted. Now 82, she said she enjoyed her career in county government. “I just like people,” said Tagg. As a retirement present, she was given a nativity scene with multiple figures that she plans to paint. In the photograph, she is joined by her daughter Leesa Cox, a Clinton County Juvenile Court employee who has worked 21 years for the county.