Retired County Attorney Davida Martin honored

Former County Attorney Davida Martin holds the Order of the Long Leaf Pine and a county proclamation she received last week.

Retired County Attorney Davida Martin honored
July 04
12:00 2018

Davida Martin, who retired as Forsyth County attorney on June 30, was honored last Thursday during a county briefing with the Order of the Long Leaf Pine, which is among the most prestigious awards conferred by the governor for exemplarily service to the state.

She was also honored with a proclamation from the county commissioners.

After the briefing, a retirement celebration was held that was attended by Martin’s family, including her husband, N.C. A&T State University Chancellor Harold Martin, along with colleagues and friends.

Her county co-workers presented her with a buggy filled with beach toys for her grandkids to enjoy.

Martin is succeeded as county attorney by Gordon Watkins, a longtime assistant county attorney.

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