Special Features
February 12, 2010
GECCU staff rewarded for outstanding service

FOLLOWING in the footsteps of her husband, disbursement officer Adinga Findlay was named the General Employees’ Cooperative Credit Union’s (GECCU) Employee of the Year.{{more}}

Findlay, who works in the company’s Accounts Department, was named the 2009 winner at GECCU’s dinner and awards ceremony, held last Saturday at the Aquatic Club.

The petite Findlay also won the award for Most Outstanding performer in the Accounts Department, one of the more than thirty awards distributed on the night.

Although her husband Keon Findlay was not able to reclaim the title he won in 2008, he was nonetheless recognized for his 15 years of service at the credit union, which turns 46 this year.

Also recognized for 15 years of service was the company’s Chief Executive Officer Lennox Bowman.

Contributing 10 years to the company were Gertrude Jacobs, Leslie Joseph and Vennecia Ollivierre, while Frances Thompson was hailed for 20 years service.

Also receiving awards were Sarah Commissiong, a loans officer, and Karina Williams, a Junior Marketing Officer, for outstanding performances in their respective departments, with Williams also gaining the nod for the Most Outstanding Junior Employee.

The Most Outstanding Senior Employee and Academic Excellence Award went to Baldwin Johnney, while Gertrude Jacobs was adjudged the Most Outstanding Head of Department (Loans).

Six persons: Cornelia Moses, Prenella Holder, Leslie Joseph, Damoris Alexander, Kathlyn Parsons and Joanne Stowe-Powers received the General Manager’s Awards, while 13 persons were rewarded for their attendance and punctuality.(JJ)