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Employee Profile: Lucy Madison

Lucy Madison has been an HR Database Manager with the Company for the past five years. While her HR information systems skills are exemplary, Lucy is best known for her back-flip, which she used to do on command, or for … Continue reading

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Employee Profile: Philip Duncan

Philip Duncan, one of our Creative Services Managers, is known for two things around the office: His keen eye for design, and the fact that he’s a man trapped in the body of a cat. “Gypsy curses are no joke,” … Continue reading

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Employee Profile: Reginald Patterson

Standards and Practices Manager Reginald Patterson rules his department with a literal iron fist. He was a blacksmith’s apprentice during summers in college, and the skills served him well many years later. In 2007 he lost his left hand in … Continue reading

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Employee Profile: Guy Hoole

Procurement Manager Guy Hoole prides himself on going to great lengths to get the Company the tools and resources needed to get the job done. “If I can’t get it, it doesn’t exist, or you made it up or it’s … Continue reading

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Employee profile: Regina Elliot

Regina is a supply chain specialist by day and a self-described wind chime fanatic by night, and day. Undeterred by the lack of air movement in her windowless office, she’s trained a small fan on each of the dozen sets … Continue reading

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Employee profile: Don Obama

IT’s Don Obama spends a sizable portion of his day fielding questions about his last name. “At least 10 times a day someone asks me if I’m related to the president,” Don said. “You’d be surprised how many people think the ruler … Continue reading

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Employee Profile: Matthew Parks

Matthew Parks is a new assistant in our Social Media department. Though he doesn’t have any particularly relevant social media experience, Matthew was hired as part of our “Old Dogs, New Tricks” program. ODNT was started to bring older workers into the … Continue reading

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