2022 Consolidated Eagle Award presented to Amanda Kessler !

Consolidated Eagle Award Winner

Consolidated will be closing the doors to walk-in traffic at 4 pm on Thursday, Dec. 22nd.

CEO/General Manager, Bryan Personne, presented the Eagle Award to Amanda Kessler at the Employee Appreciation Social on December 16, 2022. “Choosing one employee each year for the Eagle Award is always challenging as we have so many exceptional employees that work for Consolidated,” Personne says.

Amanda has been employed with Consolidated since 2014 and is a Customer Service Representative. She goes above and beyond to help both customers and employees. Amanda has been an integral part of training the new hires in the Customer Service department, and is the “go-to” person in her department for questions. She is always positive and ready to “rally the troops” to get everyone on board! Amanda gives much of her summer free time to Mustang Baseball in Dickinson. On behalf of the Consolidated management team and board of directors, thank you Amanda for a job well done!

Amanda Kessler, The 2022 Consolidated Telcom Eagle Award Winner


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