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William Endo Recognized as Excellent Public Employee

Original Issue Date: Mar. 24, 1964

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The North American Post Staff

The Seattle Federal Executive Board has recently recognized four public employees including three coast guard officers for their excellent service in 1963. One of the awardees was William Endo, a public employee, who lives at 3204 S. Ferdinand St. in Seattle.

Endo is a traffic manager for the Army Terminal and was recognized for his advice on cargo handling to cut the annual cost by $213,000.

The awardees received their certificate and a wristwatch set with diamonds.

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