Kenny clocks up 30 years

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AN ABERDEEN Jour­nals em­ployee has been pre­sented with a gold watch in recog­ni­tion of his long ser­vice.

Deputy trans­port man­ager Kenny Watt joined the com­pany 30 years ago.

The 57-year-old, of Ste­wart Ter­race, Aberdeen, worked as a driver for more than 15 years be­fore he was ap­pointed a su­per­vi­sor in the trans­port depart­ment.

Mr Watt said: “It seems just like yes­ter­day I started, the time’s flown by.

“Ev­ery­thing has changed over the years.

“It’s a very friendly staff and ev­ery­one gets on, so I’ve en­joyed it. Here’s to the next 30 years.”

Aberdeen Jour­nals man­ag­ing di­rec­tor Alan Scott con­grat­u­lated Mr Watt.

Mr Scott said: “It’s great to give any em­ployee a gold watch for 30 years of ser­vice and Kenny has been a first-class em­ployee dur­ing that time.”

TIME SERVED: Man­ag­ing di­rec­tor Alan Scott presents Kenny Watt with his gold watch.

PROBE: Mum Lynda Brem­ner.

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