Durant man recognized for 50 years of employment and service

Graphic courtesy United Ag & Turf.

BRYAN COUNTY – Employment longevity is not as common as it once was in our country. This makes it that much more something to recognize when milestones are passed.

Danny Mitchell started work at Williams Implement in May 1974 and has been employed by the business through its other incarnations – now United Ag & Turf – since then. His tenure with the company has just surpassed 50 years.

“I can’t think of anything else I’d want to do,” Williams said.

Williams went to school at Blue High School, graduating with the Class of 1969. He was drafted into the U.S. Army and served during the Vietnam Conflict from March 1970-March 1972.

He works in the service department at United Ag and primarily works of equipment such as hay cutters and bailing equipment.

Working for United Ag for more than five decades is alright with him and gives him “something to do.”

He was recognized recently by the local business who described him as, ‘A model of punctuality and loyalty, Danny shows up on time, rain, or shine, with a positive attitude.’

The Bryan County Patriot honors him, as well.

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