TLC team members praised for dedication
INWOOD, W.Va. (Dec. 20, 2012) – During its annual holiday party, The Library Corporation saluted the commitment and hard work of its employees, 17 of whom received special recognition for sharing their talents with TLC for a combined total of 335 years.
“The longevity here is truly impressive,” said President and CEO Annette Harwood Murphy, noting that the vast majority of current TLC staffers have been with the family-owned company for five years or more. “You are part of a global enterprise, and what you’re doing is reaching millions. It’s truly amazing how far we’ve come.”
The following team members at TLC’s Inwood, W.Va., headquarters were awarded with certificates honoring service milestones:
- 30 YEARS – Michelle Weidman, Product Implementation Assistant Manager/Team Leader
- 25 YEARS – Lisa Rauh, Director of International Sales; Woody Woodsmall, Inwood Operations Director of Customer Assurance; Calvin Whittington, Director of Finance and Administration; Vickie Curry, PAC Implementation/Data Specialist
- 20 YEARS – Valencia Godlove, Inside Sales Representative
- 15 YEARS – Larry Waugh, Research & Development Principal Software Engineer; Beth Lentz, Product Implementation Data Analyst
- 10 YEARS – Dianne Coan, Product Management Strategist; Philip Puffinburger, Research & Development Application Developer
- 5 YEARS – Phillip Green, Automation Consultant; Cody Hartle, Research & Development Junior Software Developer; Joshua “Jabe” Bloom, TLC CTO; Alvin Knight, Product Management Agile Project Manager; Jonathan Lorusso, Research & Development; Damon Martin, Customer Support Principle Support Technician; Ryan Jones, Product Implementation Web Design
TLC employees recognized for achieving service milestones in 2012 were (from left) Vickie Curry, Calvin Whittington, Damon Martin, Ryan Jones, Phillip Green, Cody Hartle, Jonathan Lorusso, Alvin Knight, Dianne Coan, Philip Puffinburger, Larry Waugh, Beth Lentz, Joshua “Jabe” Bloom, and Michelle Weidman. Not pictured are Lisa Rauh, Woody Woodsmall, and Valencia Godlove.
- TLC was founded in 1974 to serve the automation and cataloging needs of libraries worldwide. In addition to its headquarters in Inwood, the company has offices in Denver, New York City, and Singapore.