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BRINGLE NAMED OUTSTANDING EMPLOYEE OF THE FIRST QUARTER

01/13/2005 ~ Lynda Bringle, Accounting Services Coordinator, has been named Keys Energy Services’ (KEYS) Outstanding Employee of the First Quarter for 2005.

Bringle has worked for the utility for more than 17 years and prior to her current position, was Head Cashier in the Customer Services department. Her main responsibilities include reconciling all bank statements, inventory accounts, customer deposit accounts, and the accounts receivable account. She also verifies the daily work of the cashiers and the daily postings of the accounting representatives, in addition to coordinating the system interfaces between Customer Services and Finance software programs.

Peggy Walls, Accounting & Analysis Supervisor, said Bringle is, “a devoted and committed employee who is always ready to do whatever is needed to get the job done. Lynda has been instrumental in organizing, ensuring implementation, and coordinating all aspects of KEYS Financial System computer conversion, she is also significantly involved on behalf of the Finance Department in the Customer Services computer conversion.” She added that Bringle, “is a very thorough and conscientious worker.”

Bringle says she finds the never-ending challenge of balancing very rewarding and enjoys the friendships she has forged with her co-workers throughout the years.

The Employee of the Quarter Committee selects an employee four times a year for this award. Employees are considered for the award after being
nominated by their peers or supervisors. Final selection of the outstanding employee is based on several criterions, which include attendance, attitude, efficiency, initiative, and job performance, among others.

Heather Arencibia, chairperson of the Employee of the Quarter Committee, said that Bringle, “was selected for her job knowledge and efficiency, as well as for her active participation in numerous community service activities.”

Bringle was born in Miami, Florida, and moved to Key West during her high school years. She returned once more to mainland, but moved back to Key West for good in 1974. She graduated from Northeast High School in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, and received her Executive Secretarial degree from Florida Keys Community College. She and her husband John have two children, Greg, 26, and Steven, 20.

The Utility Board will recognize Bringle as the Outstanding Employee of the First Quarter for 2005 and present her with a $100 bonus during their regular meeting on January 26th. Her name will be engraved on a perpetual plaque that hangs in the William Arnold Service Building lobby, and she will receive an extra day off.

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