DEDHAM, MA – The Norfolk County Commissioners’ meeting on Wednesday, January 24th included a new agenda item that Commissioners’ Chairman Francis O’Brien of Dedham says will be recognized on a more regular basis going forward: the retirement of longtime Norfolk County employees.
During the meeting, the Commissioners recognized the retirements of Vincent D’Angelo of Dedham, Domenico Dimartino of Walpole and Louis Spada of Brockton. D’Angelo retired after 15 years as a Custodian at the Norfolk County Agricultural High School in Walpole. Dimartino and Spada retired from their respective positions as Head Administrative Clerk and Principal Clerk at the Norfolk County Registry of Deeds after each having more 39 years of service.
The Norfolk County Commissioners thanked D’Angelo, Dimartino and Spada for their service to the residents and the communities of Norfolk County, and congratulated each of the retirees for a job well done.
“These three employees retired with more than 90 years of combined service to the residents of Norfolk County, which are accomplishments that are clearly worth recognizing,” said Commissioner Francis O’Brien, Chairman of the Norfolk County Commissioners. “It was a pleasure for the Commissioners to join the families of each of these individuals to celebrate these milestones and to wish them well in their future endeavors.”
Commissioner Peter H. Collins of Milton; Louis Spada of Brockton; Commissioner Joseph P. Shea of Quincy; Vincent D’Angelo of Dedham; Commissioner Francis W. O’Brien of Dedham, Chairman of the Norfolk County Commissioners; and Domenico Dimartino of Walpole