Governor's Long Term Employee Reception

Since 2005, the State of Indiana has honored not only 35 years of service, but also those with 40, 45, 50, 55+ years of government employment. Long-term employees are considered to be those with at least 35 years of service to the state of Indiana.


On October 11, 191 state employees were recognized for serving the state either 35, 40 and 45 years. Together, they have a total of 7,380 years of service. Governor Eric Holcomb and State Personnel Director Britni Saunders congratulated and thanked employees for their dedicated years of service. 

Below are the individual and group pictures taken at the event. To download a picture, click the link associated with your name or group. When the image loads, right-click on the image to save it to your desktop or another location on your computer. 

45 Years of Service

40 Years of Service

35 Years of Service