Stillwater News

City celebrates milestones of 66 employees

Released:Oct 14, 2020


(STILLWATER, OKLAHOMA / Oct. 14, 2020) – The City of Stillwater extends its gratitude and appreciation to its employees who have dedicated their careers to public service. The City has 66 employees celebrating anniversary milestones, with many celebrating 25 years or more with the City. We’re excited to have them! Join us in recognizing these employees for a job well done.

Pictured below are a few employees celebrating 25 years more: David Luckey (30 years), David Smith (25 years), Steve Short (35 years), Roy Lavicky (25 years), Darrell Baker (35 years), Dana Mattox (40 years), and Barbara Bliss (35 years). Click here to download the photo.

Two of these employees are celebrating 40 years: Dana Mattox, Director of Utility & Billing Services, and Paul Bostick, Police Code Enforcement Supervisor. These employees have invested their careers into caring for Stillwater residents—you might see them in our Standards Recognitions for employees that go above and beyond, or in our City podcast. Dana and Paul have discussed their time with the City, their career paths and their departments on FYI Stillwater, the City’s podcast. Listen in to episodes 27 and 34.

Fire Chief Tom Bradley recently announced his retirement after 35 years with the City. Read about his career highlights, next steps and more at

The City appreciates the impact these employees have made on City services and Stillwater residents. Here’s to many more years!



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