Robert Anderson Retires From Tunica-Biloxi Tribe After Almost 25 Years

Posted by Tunica-Biloxi Tribe of Louisiana on February 20, 2019 in News

The Tunica-Biloxi Tribal Council and Tribal Gaming Commission would like everyone to join us in extending a deep appreciation for his service and acknowledgement on the retirement of Mr. Robert Anderson, Gaming Agent.  Mr. Anderson joined the Commission in May 1994, and has served the Commission and Tribe faithfully with a dedicated commitment to professionalism for almost 25 years.  He started his career with the Tribe as a Gaming Inspector, monitoring and regulating the daily affairs of the operation, at that time ‘Grand Casino Avoyelles’.  His commitment and professional approach to the effective regulation of the Tribe’s Gaming Operation earned him the recognition of his peers and colleagues alike.  As a result, the Commission determined that Mr. Anderson’s work ethic proved to be, and would be more useful to the Commission’s Investigative Division.  Subsequently, Mr. Anderson was promoted to the position of Gaming Agent, where he served in that capacity successfully until his retirement.

The Tribe and the Commission gratefully acknowledges his commitment, dedication and service; whereas, he provided for the effective regulation of tribal gaming with the highest level of honesty and integrity.  On February 25, 2019, Chairman Marshall Pierite, Vice-Chairman Marshall Ray Sampson, and Commissioners Rudy Wambsgans, Catherine Farbe and Bobby Pierite Sr, as well as, the entire Gaming Commission recognized him for his service, congratulated him, and extended our best and warmest wishes for his retirement.

Mr. Anderson will have plenty of time to create his wooden bowls now, and if anyone hasn’t seen his passion for this, needs to check out his Facebook page.  His work is beautiful and well worth obtaining one of the bowls.  We will miss him at the Commission and his “Good Morning’s”.  Thank you Robert and good luck in your future endeavors, it was a pleasure working with you.”

Thank you Robert!

Sincerely,

The Tunica-Biloxi Tribe and Tribal Gaming Commission