Mary Kay sales director earns pink Cadillac
DALLAS, Texas -- Executive Senior Sales Director Angela J. Fry of Clemson, S.C., has earned the use of the Mary Kay pink Cadillac, the most coveted incentive awarded by the company. The new Cadillac comes in pearlized pink, a color unique to the Mary Kay Career Car Program.
This makes Fry's 17th career car. She earned the use through outstanding sales achievements from personal sales and her unit. She dedicated the winning of this car to her father, the late Wilmer Asbury Jr.
Fry began her independent Mary Kay business as an Independent Beauty Consultant in 1986 and was recruited by National Sales Director Kathy Jones. She became an Independent Sales Director in 1987. Her offspring sales directors are Carol May, Darlene Lewis, Kit Campbell, Angel Blake, Becky Smith, Robin Riley and Norma Elkins, and her adopted director Sandy Chapman.
She is the daughter of Lynn Dale Asbury of Huntington, and the wife of Edmond H. Fry. She also has a son, Roman T. Fry, who played football and graduated this past year from Clemson University.
Fruth Pharmacy holds 17th annual Service Awards Luncheon
POINT PLEASANT -- Seventy-four Fruth Pharmacy associates were recognized and honored during Fruth's 17th annual Service Awards Luncheon held on Sept. 13, at the American Legion in Point Pleasant.
Fruth associates are invited to attend the ceremony on their employment anniversary every five years. Service award pins and certificates were presented by Don Pullin, chief operating officer, and Charles Laddie Burdette, president. Burdette thanked all for their years of service with Fruth Pharmacy.
The following were recognized:
Thirty years of service: Linda Jackson, Huntington; and Millie Tabor, corporate office.
Twenty-five years of service: Barb Jenkins, Milton; and Herb Burfield, Point Pleasant.
Twenty years of service: Barb Taylor, corporate office; Catherine Canterbury, Nitro; Chet Page, Huntington; Gloria Thornton, Winfield; and Lee Ann Clark, Point Pleasant.
Fifteen years of service: Bonnie Holmes, Cross Lanes; Drema Roberts, Point Pleasant; Jennifer Keller, Athens; Lonnie Dunn, corporate office; Morella Moore, Belpre; Nancy Kearns, Pomeroy; Ruth Burrows, Point Pleasant; and Todd McGrew, Nitro.
Ten years of service: Barb Luikart, Eleanor; Barry McDougle, Ripley; Beth Miller, Point Pleasant; Cheryl Lewis, Huntington; Deb Riffle, Pomeroy; Frank Powell, Charleston; Joel Fisher, Winfield; Judy Whited, Ripley; Kevin Parker, Eleanor; Kim Hunt, Charleston; Lisa Brand, Mineral Wells; Mary Tucker, Eleanor; Mike Roach, corporate office; Ramona Stover, Winfield; Roger Snyder, corporate office; Stacy Taylor, Hurricane; and Teresa Piggott, Mineral Wells.
Five years of service: Amanda Cain, Spencer; Autumn Smith, Nelsonville; Benjamin Welch, Welston; Brandi Smith, Pomeroy; Carolyn Prudich, Nelsonville; Carolyn Stapleton, Gallipolis; Connie Pitchford, Eleanor; Crystal McNeely, Proctorville; Deborah Burcham, Huntington; Debra Shepherd, Welston; Diana Cole, Scott Depot; Dorothy Adkins, Ripley; Elaine Kirby, Athens; Evan Nelson, Huntington; Hazel Freeman, Pomeroy; H.D. Crabtree, Welston; Janet Williams, Eleanor; Jenni Yoder, corporate office; Jennifer Nichols, Spencer; Josh Coburn, corporate office; Lenora Stover, Charleston; Lois Jean Drennan, Nitro; Lujean Young, Huntington; Lula Belle Gladwell, Ripley; Matthew Williams, Charleston; Mona Halley, Huntington; Nancy King, Huntington; Pam Jeffrey, Charleston; Patty Grimm, Gallipolis; Penny Blake, Huntington; Peter Redman, Huntington; Rebecca Pierce, Athens; Richard Carney, Proctorville; Ron Carney, Winfield; Ruth Priddy, Pomeroy; Sandy Lavender, Scott Depot; Susan King, Mineral Wells; Trenda Blain, corporate office; Wanda Sikes, Point Pleasant; and William Whited, Ripley.
Gloria's Lighthouse café catered the luncheon and Gene France for provided the entertainment. Fruth associates Joan Fruth, Bev Skidmore and Pam Durbin for provided the "Rock and Roll" theme decorations.