PVCSD employee retires after 30 years service
Pauma Valley Community Services director Peggy West holds the sliver watch that board President Bill Winn (left) presented to Daryl Jackson Tuesday on the occasion of his retirement as a district employee.
April 03, 2013Daryl Jackson, who served with the Pauma Valley Community Services District for 30 years, retired on March 31.
His retirement was marked by a recognition at the agency on Tuesday. President Bill Winn presented Jackson with a silver pocket watch, thanked him for his many contributions and particularly wished him good health in his well-earned retirement.
However, Jackson couldn't just leave and the day after his retirement started as a temporary part-timer providing system management and on-call and emergency services at weekends, thereby allowing the other employees to work a regular weekly shift.
Most recently serving as supervisor of the Utility Department, Jackson joined the agency on July 8, 1982 and had the distinction of serving under each of the four managers the agency has had since its formation.
Now living in Hide-Away-Lake Mobile Home Park, Jackson was born in Tucson, Arizona, grew up in Pauma Valley; attended Pauma School and high school in Escondido, and then worked the old cattle ranches off Old Cole Grade Road. Local fish should beware; Daryl has more time to go after you!