Stagecoach

Stagecoach MCSL employees recognised at Long Service Awards

22 Oct 2019

Stagecoach employees from Merseyside, Cheshire and South Lancashire, have been recognised for showing exceptional dedication and commitment to Stagecoach at a special ceremony, held in Liverpool.

 

A total of 23 staff members were recognised for their long service achievements, receiving awards for service between 20 and 50 years, this accumulated to over a massive 545 year served collectively!

 

LSA Table 

             20 years service - David Brooke, Walter Hannigan, Mark Philips, John Noon, Terence Reece.

             25 years service - Colin Withey, Kelvin Jones, Alan Nancollis, Pauline Dickinson, Graham Heron.

             30 years service - Jeffery Evans, Ian Gould, Gary Hogg, Anthony Morris.

             35 years service - Gary Hornby, David Banks.

             40 years service -David Dilley, Gerard Mullarkey.

             50 years service - Edward Ellison.

             Retirement - Kenny Dunne, Brian Walton, Ray Maddox, Terence Reece.

 

 

The ceremony was held at DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel & Spa, Liverpool, on Friday 18th October, with the evening featuring dinner, followed by presentations made by Rob Jones, Managing Director for Stagecoach MCSL.  

 

Rob Jones, Managing Director for Stagecoach Merseyside, Cheshire and South Lancashire, said: “ Our Long Service Awards provide a great opportunity for us to recognise and reward the loyalty and devotion shown by our many long serving employees, who have all contributed in developing the company into one of the country's leading bus operators".