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Karl Meyer Receives 40-year Service Pin

Longtime employee of the Board of Public Service

February 1, 2017 | 2 min reading time

This article is 6 years old. It was published on February 1, 2017.

 During a brief ceremony last month in the Mayor's Office, Mayor Francis G. Slay presented Karl H. Meyer with a 40-year service pin in recognition of his dedication and commitment to the City and the people of St. Louis.

Mayor Francis Slay presents a 40-year service pin to Karl H. Meyer


Meyer started with the City of St. Louis on July 26, 1976 at the Board of Public Service, Design Division, Survey Section in City Hall as an Engineering Aide I.  He promoted up through to the system to his current position of Engineering Technician I.  During his tenure, Meyer has worked on numerous City buildings renovation projects, including City Hall, Civil Courts, and Medium Security Institution to name but a few.  Meyer worked on the construction of the Gateway Transportation building and the America Center's expansion from start to finish.  He also has handled the majority of roof repairs and replacement projects and has probably been on the roof of countless number of City Buildings.

Congratulations, Karl!

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