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Witt honored for longest tenure in state
Pictured during a plaque presentation for A.C. Witt Jr. to recognize his 61 years of service on the Board of Equalization are, from left, Mike Weatherspoon, Jim Brock, Herschel Wells, Mr. Witt, Mike Elam, Beth Martin, Carl Wilson, and Darren Pack.
The longest serving Board of Equalization member in the state of Tennessee has been honored for his 61 years of service.A.C. Witt Jr. was recognized recently by County Executive Herschel Wells, the Property Assessor’s Office, and his fellow board members.“I absolutely cannot believe anyone would serve that long,” said Property Assessor Beth Martin. “The knowledge he brings to this board is immeasurable. There’s no other way to get the type of experience he has other than to serve for 61 years.”During his tenure, Witt has worked for 10 different Warren County executives, formerly called judges, and he can name them all in order.