DEM Recognizes Judy Hogan for 50 Years of Public Service

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Judy (center) surrounded by fellow DEMers who gathered to celebrate her 50th anniversary.

DEM is proud to honor Judy Hogan, our longest-serving employee for her 50 years of public service with the City and County of San Francisco. Having began her career with the City on November 12, 1964, last week Judy Hogan was recognized for her complete 50 years of public service beginning with the Main Library, followed by the Water Department, the Department of Public Health, and the Police Department, where she was a Police Service Aide at Richmond, Park, Central, and Mission stations.

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Pictured left to right: DEM Deputy Director, Rob Smutts and DEM Executive Director, Anne Kronenberg, who read aloud the Mayoral Proclamation honoring Judy for her 50 years of public service and decreed November 14, 2014 as “Judy Hogan Day in San Francisco.”

Judy first became a Public Safety Dispatcher in 1977, and has since served as a supervisor, training officer, administrative manager, and presently serves as an Operations Watch Coordinator.  Judy played in important role in creating the unified 9-1-1 Center as it exists today, working to ensure that the public receives the help they need when they face an emergency.

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Congratulations, Judy!

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About sfdemkristin

A strong believer that we are more prepared than we think, Kristin advocates it is not a looming disaster that inspires us to prepare, but rather the peace of mind that comes from having taken a few simple steps in advance of an emergency to take care of our loved ones. Kristin can be found on Twitter @kristinlhogan.

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