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Transportation Workers Honored For 50 Years Of Service
Updated May 5, 2013 12:05 AM | Filed under: Network Indiana
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(STATEHOUSE) - Nearly 400 of state government's longest-serving employees have been honored in a statehouse ceremony.

When Ronald Renkenberger, Fred Anderson and Bill Grepke started work with the Department of Transportation, the Dodgers had just left Brooklyn, "Gunsmoke" was the number-one show on TV, and Barack Obama hadn't been born.

They're among six state workers marking a half-century on the job. Another 361 are celebrating their 35th, 40th or 45th anniversaries.

Workers received a picture frame with a quote from Theodore Roosevelt extolling public service.

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