KSI Names Deborah Hrupsa Employee of the Quarter

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Deborah Hrupsa, with Jayson Crouch, KSI Vice President

Deborah Hrupsa, of Harrington, recently received the Employee of the Quarter Award for the Third Quarter 2010 from Kent-Sussex Industries, Inc. (KSI).

Employed by KSI since April 2009, Ms. Hrupsa is applauded for her dedication. She rarely misses work, earning perfect attendance certificates regularly. She is respectful and gets along with her co-workers and her supervisors. She is focused on doing her best. As Employee of the Quarter, Ms. Hrupsa’s name has been added to a permanent plaque at KSI and she received two savings bonds, one provided by KSI, and one donated by the Dover Federal Credit Union.  She also received a gift certificate donated by G & R Campground in Houston entitling her to spend a weekend in one of their cottages, and a one year aquatics membership from the Greater Milford Boys & Girls Club.

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