Marcus Williams

Congratulations to Facilities Maintenance Divisions’ Marcus Williams; he was recently named a Richard A. Lidinsky, Sr. Award Honorable Mention!

The Richard A. Lidinsky, Sr. Award was established in 2004 in honor of the late Mr. Lidinsky who served the City of Baltimore for 43 years. Mr. Lidinsky was a man of character. He was a dedicated public servant whose integrity was second to none. He used his insight and influence to positively impact colleagues and the community - he touched lives; made a difference. Lidinsky is fondly remembered for his many contributions to the City of Baltimore including dollars saved and processes improved - he was a model public servant.

His supervisor, Facilities Maintenance Division Chief Steve Stricklin wrote in his nomination “I have been impressed with and grateful for Marcus’ hard work and attention to detail. His demeanor and commitment to the City of Baltimore make him an ideal candidate for the Lidinsky Award.” 

Tanya  Jones Terrell, the Executive Director of the South Baltimore Learning Center wrote: “As the leader of SBLC, I can say without hesitation that Marcus enriches the lives and experiences of those he interacts with.” 

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