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August 21, 2012

FDOT superior accomplishment awards

Live Oak — The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) presented superior accomplishment awards to employees in its 18-county region today. Award winners were (front row, left to right) Frank Suarez of Earleton, Distinguished Manager; Belinda Lubben of Hawthorne, Sustained Exceptional Performance; Leigh Ann Bennett of Lake City, Sustained Exceptional Performance; Fae Ross of Lake City, Role Model. Back row, left to right, Wayne Lavis of Jacksonville, Exceptional Contribution; Andrea Atran of Ponte Vedra Beach, Public Transportation; Joe Jordan of Lake City, Leader of the Year; Brandi Vittur of Lake City, Highway Engineering; Kanoye Capps of Jasper, Excellence in Diversity; Ross Hammock of Lake City, Bridge Engineering; and James Howard of McAlpin, Role Model.

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