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Jamie Roaro, of Laurel, was recognized as KSI Staff Person of the Quarter. KSI CEO, B. Craig Crouch, congratulates her for outstanding job performance. “She’s doing a fantastic job,” said Mr. Crouch.

KSI Names Jamie Roaro Staff Of The Quarter
Kent-Sussex Industries, Inc. (KSI) recognized Jamie Roaro, of Laurel, as Staff Person of the Quarter.

Mrs. Roaro, a training supervisor employed by KSI since 2006, is recognized for her flexibility and compassion for the people receiving services from KSI. “What convinced us were all the comments from other staff members about all the supportiveness Jamie shows our people,” said KSI CEO, B. Craig Crouch. “She’s doing a fantastic job on production as well as Vocational Educational training. She’s able to do whatever we ask her to do.” As Staff Person of the Quarter, Mrs. Roaro becomes eligible to be selected as Staff Person of the Year.

 

KSI CEO, B. Craig Crouch, (second from left) accepts a donation from members of the Lord Baltimore Lions Club, Bob Davis, Jack and Janet Bauer, and Pat Murray. After taking a tour of KSI’s Milford based facility, the group was excited to share with the other members of their Club what they learned.

KSI Receives Donation from Lord Baltimore Lions Club
Kent-Sussex Industries, Inc. (KSI) received a donation from the Lord Baltimore Lions Club recently. KSI supporters for many years, several members of the Club took a tour of KSI so they could share with other Club members how their support is impacting our communities.

KSI is a not for profit agency, whose mission is to assist people with disabilities in the pursuit of their potential in employment and meaningful participation in their communities. KSI is committed to making all reasonable accommodations in order to ensure that our programs and services are as accessible as possible to as many people as possible. To learn more about KSI visit their web page at www.ksiinc.org or call Alicia Hollis, Director of Community Relations, at (302) 422-4014 ext. 3015 to schedule a tour.

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