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Congratulations PSP/CEOE Recipients

Congratulations to the following PSP/CEOE recipients who met the January 15, 2018 deadline. Remember, the next PSP deadline is May 15! Check out this link to make sure you are Getting the Most Out of the PSP.

Mary Ann Quirk

Beth Heyden, CEOE
Deanna Palmer, CEOE

Shirley Lambert, CEOE
Patti Ribinsky
Lisa Rudolph

Jennifer Lewis
Cory Williams

Christine Dlouhy
Stacy Wilkinson

Susan Hallock
Jennifer LaBott
Irene Llewellyn

Vickey Williams

Kimmi Litteral, CEOE

Joy Adams, CEOE
Georgina Hance, CEOE
Gwendolyn Haynes-Etheredge, CEOE
Lamonthel Tangee McNeil
Kimmetta Tidwell, CEOE
Veronica Watkins, CEOE

Susan Goodson
Jacqueline Graham-Chapman, CEOE
Rosa Owens, CEOE
Cheryl Rogers, CEOE
Megan Staley, CEOE

Gayna Breeze, CEOE
Julianne Hamblin, CEOE

Valeria Davis

Karen Abbott
Nusrat Ajmeri
Troy Armstrong, CEOE
Melissa Arnold
Tara Barich
Beth Barrett
Lisa Blau
Heidi Falk
Heidi Hunt
Helen Isaac
Wendie Jones, CEOE
Regina Kidd
Karlie Kirkham
Alice Larson
Susan Lawrence
Beth Lee
Shannon Leonard
Lisa Lo
Liza Manio
Lauri McVicar
Deborah Melse
Jill Mildenhall
Jeralyn Miller
Tina Neil
Melanie Ness
Katherine Nguyen
Chisaki Niiyama
Lisa Noyes
Signe Roscoel
Natalie Sanfelippo
Kristin Seitz
Ann Stevens
Jenny Unruh
Gayle Watts
Kristi Wilkinson
Faith Yeung


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