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City of Circleville Honors Brian Frost for 35 Years of Dedicated Service

Jim Stanley, Director of Public Service, Brian Frost, and Mayor Michelle Blanton.

The City of Circleville recently celebrated a remarkable milestone – 35 years of service by Brian Frost, the Utilities Operations Manager. A true testament to dedication and commitment, Brian’s contributions to the city’s infrastructure have been instrumental in ensuring smooth operations.

“The people I work with every day are what I cherish most about my job,” remarked Brian, reflecting on his extensive career. This sentiment speaks volumes about Brian’s collaborative spirit and appreciation for his colleagues.

Beyond his professional endeavors, Brian prioritizes quality time with his wife, family, and friends. When not tackling work challenges, he enjoys indulging in his passions for golf, attending concerts, playing guitar, exploring new destinations through travel, and simply unwinding with loved ones.

Jim Stanley, Director of Public Service, elaborated on Brian’s impressive trajectory. “Brian embarked on his distinguished career within the Water Pollution Control Industry in 1989,” Stanley noted. “Over the years, he has continuously strived to expand his knowledge, ultimately obtaining his Class III Operators License.”

Stanley further emphasized Brian’s exemplary work ethic and the positive impact he has had on the City of Circleville. “Brian is a model employee,” Stanley stated. “The city is undeniably a better place with him as part of our team.”

The City of Circleville extends its heartfelt gratitude to Brian Frost for his 35 years of unwavering service. His dedication and expertise have been invaluable assets to the community, and his contributions will continue to be felt for years to come.