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Prince Frederick, MD- Marie has worked in her current position for 12 years. She is responsible for maintaining the cleanliness of the Calvert County circuit courthouse and assisting visitors as needed. She regularly lends a helping hand to those in need, answering questions or providing directions.
“It’s not the same thing every day,” Marie said. “You never know what’s going to pop up in the course of the day.”
Prior to working for the Department of General Services, Marie worked at the Calvert County Nursing Center as a supervisor and evening cook for 15 years.
Outside of work, Marie creates balloon columns and arches for parties and special occasions. She also enjoys spending time with family, putting together puzzles and playing games.
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