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Congratulations to PSP/CEOE Recipients

Congratulations to the following PSP/CEOE recipients who met the September 15 deadline. Remember, the next PSP deadline is January 15! Check out this link to make sure you are Getting the Most Out of the PSP.

Hayley Adams-Kelly
Josie Harris
Jeanne Larsen
Nicki Lowery
Tenesha Williams

Sandra Adams, CEOE

Dena Henricks 

Terry Gordon

Debra Anderson, CEOE
Lori Hanson, CEOE

Cory Williams

JoAnn Greenwell, CEOE
Susan Roesch, CEOE

Melanie Hansel
Lisa Kiely
Stephanie Morrison, CEOE
Olivia Rejda, CEOE
Joan Wilkins, CEOE

Christina Baumis, CEOE
Bridget Bookert, CEOE
Luke Luesing, CEOE
Shaniqua Staples, CEOE
Vicki Parker, CEOE
Jennifer Williford, CEOE

Malika Gray
Jessica Laz-Smith

Julie Amer, CEOE
Jennifer Burroughs
Jane Cristallo
Kristen Ellis
Krista Hines
Laura Jackson, CEOE
Anna Johnson
Kimberly Leatherman
Teri Matthews, CEOE
Lauri McVicar
Svetlana Metodieva
Merle Miller
Teresa Olmsted
Cheryl Parker-McLane
Jana Pitman
Amy Rainey
Giti Sarkhosh
Brenda Vogt
Shirley Walsh
Lucia White
Cindy Yager, CEOE
Susan Yamane


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