City of Victoria Employee Tiffany Totah, received a Distinguished Service Award.

On Monday, City of Victoria Municipal Court Administrator Tiffany Totah received the Distinguished Service Award from the Texas Court Clerks Association, of which Totah is president of the South Texas Chapter.

The Texas Court Clerks Association whose mission is to provide members with a source of quality judicial education essential to establishing the highest level of professional standards and maintaining public confidence, had to cancel their 2020 conference where Tiffany would have likely received her award. The conference has been reschedule for November 14th through the 17th in 2021.

In a press release offered by the City of Victoria, "According to nomination information provided by the Texas Court Clerks Association, Totah was recognized for services that include "filling an unexpired term as chapter president, volunteering with several committees and other endeavors, sharing her forms and notices for virtual hearings with other court clerks, and giving tutorials that have been beneficial to clerks during the COVID-19 pandemic."


Shown during the presentation of the award, from left, are Darrek Ferrell, assistant city manager; Vanessa Heinold, Municipal Court judge; Totah; Landra Solansky, president of the Texas Court Clerks Association; and Jesús A. Garza, city manager.

Congratulations to Tiffany Totah!

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Speaking of offering our congratulations, here is to another winner, Jane K. She is another $1,000 winner right here on KQVT- Q92.



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