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Till honored

From left, Bernie Till Jr. of Orangeburg, Winston Moore and departing President and CEO Dwayne Wilson were honored by the SRS Leadership Association.

AIKEN – The Savannah River Site Leadership Association honored departing Savannah River Nuclear Solutions President and Chief Executive Officer Dwayne Wilson and two other outstanding leaders at the association’s annual awards dinner.

Wilson was honored as SRSLA’s Executive of the Year in recognition of his enterprise results-oriented leadership excellence, achieving success through partnerships with customers, colleagues and employees. In presenting the award, guest speaker Dr. Sandra Jordan, chancellor of the University of South Carolina Aiken, noted Wilson’s accomplishments, passion for safety and integrity.

William “Bernie” Till Jr. of Orangeburg, lead, SRNS Nuclear Facilities Fire Protection Engineering Program, was named Leader of the Year for outstanding leadership in plant operations and employee development.

In presenting the award, SRNS Engineering Manager J.C. Wallace pointed out that Till epitomizes three key qualities of a leader: He has courage, he “knows his stuff,” and he takes care of his troops.

Winston Moore of SRNS Engineering was awarded the organization’s Member of the Year for demonstrating innovation and promoting a team spirit in SRSLA throughout the program year. Moore, who serves as the SRSLA vice resident– membership, was recognized for his role in the organization’s dramatic increase in membership over the 2013-2014 program year.

The SRSLA is the Savannah River Site chapter of the National Management Association; its membership includes personnel from the various SRS contractor and federal employers. Each year, SRSLA presents the executive of the year to a senior executive manager who has gained noteworthy recognition for accomplishments in the field of management and who has conducted their personal and business affairs in a manner in keeping with the NMA’s Code of Ethics.

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Lee Harter has been editor of The Times and Democrat since 1981

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