MONROE COUNTY, FL – Today, the Monroe County Board of County Commissioners recognized two Monroe County employees for their dedicated service to Monroe County.
Pam Pumar, Retirement
Pam Pumar, Human Resources Senior Administrator, was recognized for more than 28 years of service before her retirement later this month. Pumar started as a staff assistant in the Employee Services department and worked her way to the senior administrator over the years. She said the highlights of her career include moving the office from the Monroe General Hospital building on Stock Island to the Gato building, where Employee Services is located now. She also founded the County’s Relay for the Life team, which she participated in every year until COVID stopped the event in 2020. “It’s been a pleasure and an honor to work for Monroe County all these years,” she said.
Breanne Erickson, 10 Years of Service
Breanne Erickson, project management, was presented with her 10 years of service pin for her dedication to Monroe County. She is the budget and contract administrator for project management. She was responsible for Hurricane Irma project and grant details, Plantation Key Courthouse project, among others. “She has a keen eye for paying attention to the details,” said Project Management Director Cary Knight.
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