Aaron Walls, a parking valet in Plant Operations, received the Ralph and Mary Prince Patient First Award for providing outstanding customer service to patients.
Donna Judalet, LVN, a nurse in the Internal Medicine Clinic, received the Ralph and Mary Prince Outstanding Caregiver Award for providing excellent patient care.
The awards are funded by an endowment created by Ralph and Mary Prince. Winners are chosen based upon recommendations from grateful patients and/or employees. In appreciation for a job well done, each winner receives a $500 cash award. Their names also will be added to plaques that list the winners of each award.
He will outline progress in postsecondary education in Tyler, challenges facing Tyler and the state and initiatives under development designed to position the East Texas region and Texas as national leaders and global competitors for the 21st century. Registration is free and lunch will be provided from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. June 26 at The University of Texas at Tyler Ornelas Activity Center, 3402 Old Omen Road. The Tyler Area Chamber of Commerce and the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board are hosting the event with grant support from Lumina Foundation for Education. To register, visit www.thecb.state.tx.us/tylerworkforce.
Ms. Jackson, CPA, is a co-manager for the firm's Accounting and Reporting Services group. Her practice focuses on providing CFO-Controller Consulting services as well as QuickBooks consulting. She has more than 19 years experience in the industries of real estate management, construction and banking and most was recently controller for a financial institution in Dallas.
Ms. Troyer has joined the firm as an accountant. She graduated Magna Cum Laude from The University of Texas at Tyler, where she received a bachelor's degree in accounting and Master of Business Administration. Her areas of practice include tax preparation, auditing and QuickBooks reporting. She has served as a member in several organizations including Beta Alpha Psi, the Texas Society of CPA's, and VP of the UT Tyler Accounting Society.
Celebrating 20 years, Prothro, Wilhelmi and Co. performs audits, tax planning and preparation, business and computer consulting, CFO/controller services, fraud examinations and forensic accounting. Their office is located at 6855 Oak Hill Blvd.
Ms. Searer has experience in marketing and as an office assistant and graduated summa cum laude from The University of Texas at Tyler with a bachelor's degree in business management. She was valedictorian at Hawkins High School. Robroy Industries Conduit Division manufactures Plasti-Bond, Perma-Cote, KorKap and ECN/KORNS materials.
At 10 a.m. Monday, Pine Cove is hosting a ribbon cutting ceremony that will mark the grand opening of the cabins for the start of summer. The Woods Camp, formerly known as Pine Cove's Conference Center, has seen many upgrades over the past 45 years but not as expansive as the latest. Consisting of four separate structures, Cedar Ridge can host 16 families. The new state-of-the-art cabins can comfortable sleep seven with room for more and each building contains a common area and a deck.
The Lindale Chamber and the business, at 407 S. Main St. No. 6 in Lindale, celebrated with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. Glenn's Jewelry can be reached at 903-882-8847.
DAY OF CARING
Volunteers will mobilize into work forces to provide “hands-on” help for nonprofit human service agencies.
For more information available projects, contact Lisa Gardner at 903-581-6376 ext. 206 or email@example.com; or Cindy Jones ext. 204 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Old computer monitors, towers, laptops, TVs, printers and miscellaneous computer components can be disposed of correctly and recycled at the event from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday in the parking lot of Noon & Associates Real Estate, LLC, at 923 W. Loop 281 in Longview. Other items accepted include stereos, speakers, digital cameras, telephones, video game consoles, scanners and fax machines and ink cartridges. They will also have a shredding truck onsite to accept confidential and sensitive documents for shredding. The event is free to the public and all of the proceeds from the electronics collected for recycling will go to LIMBS, which builds prosthetic limbs for deserving individuals around the world. For more information, contact Tyler McFarland at 903-806-2036 or email@example.com.