Municipal Court

Nancy Nenninger Receives 40-year Service Pin

Longtime employee worked at Missouri Hills and City Court

January 1, 2020 | 2 min reading time

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Pictured from left:  Stephen Conway, Administrative Judge Newton McCoy and Nancy Nenninger

During a brief ceremony at City Court last month, Stephen Conway, Chief of Staff for Mayor Lyda Krewson, presented a 40-year service pin to Nancy Nenninger.

Nenninger was first employed by the City in October of 1979 at Missouri Hills and remained there until taking a job with City Court in July of 1983. No one has been with City Court longer than Nenninger. She has worked as a data entry operator throughout her career and is currently working in the finance department.

She was with the City Court when the Court was in the Kiel Auditorium annex and had human elevator operators. She remained with the Court when the Court moved to 1430 Olive, and when the Court later moved to its current location at 1520 Olive. No one brings a better attitude to their work than Nancy. She always has a smile.

Congratulations, Nancy, on your 40 years of dedicated service.

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