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Custodian's passion resonates throughout the facility

June 10, 2009
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ALBANY, GA — Radium Springs Middle Magnet School of the Arts Custodian Supervisor Gladys McRoy is worthy of some community recognition, according to The Albany Herald.
Apparently, a split shift to help a co-worker recuperating from surgery is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to McRoy’s kindness and dedication.
In addition to looking out for her co-workers’ needs, McRoy has also played a large role in the school, receiving Dougherty County School System’s Superintendent’s Cleanest Facility award the last two years, the article stated.
McRoy has worked the last 11 years at Radium Springs Middle.
“My co-workers and [the] staff really make it easy … and my principal and secretaries really are good people to work with and work for. Now everything isn’t a bed of roses, but it’s something I really like. And when the day is done it’s all right,” said McRoy.
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