Board honors Foster for service
The Prince Edward County Board of Supervisors recenty commended former Chief Animal Control Officer Ray Foster for his over 30 years of service to the county and to the citizens of Prince Edward County. Foster, of Prospect, served as an animal control officer for 32 years. A resolution, read by Prospect District Supervisor Rev. Dr. Calvin Gray, said Foster had a “well-earned reputation” and was a “dedicated and tireless public servant.” Supervisors presented Foster with a commending resolution and a badge of honor. Pictured are, from left, Leigh District Supervisor Jerry Townsend, Buffalo District Supervisor C.R. “Bob” Timmons, Hampden District Supervisor Dr. Odessa Pride, Farmville District Supervisor Jim Wilck, Farmville District Supervisor Pattie Cooper-Jones, Foster, Lockett District Supervisor and Board Vice-Chairman Robert M. “Bobby” Jones, Gray and Farmville District Representative and Board Chairman Howard Simpson.