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Fire Damper Inspection Company Announces New Office Manager

Life Safety Services (LSS), the industry leader in fire and smoke damper inspection and repair, is pleased to announce that Lisa Campbell has been promoted to Office Manager.

2010-08-18
LOUISVILLE, KY, August 18, 2010 (Press-News.org) "With growth comes opportunity. We are happy to reward Lisa for her excellent work by promoting her to the position of Office Manager", said Garry Cronin, Vice President of Operations. "Lisa has played a vital role in the growth of our company. With this management change we have taken a very meaningful step forward in establishing a strong organizational structure for the future", said Cronin.

Lisa joined Life Safety Services in 2007 and served as an Accounting Technician where she managed all accounts receivable, payable and payroll for the company. In her new position as Office Manager, she will work closely with upper management to ensure that the staff and organizational needs of the company are met. "One of my biggest priorities will be to make sure that the office environment will continue to support the growth and success of our organization", said Campbell.

Life Safety Services is the National leader in fire and smoke damper inspection services.


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[Press-News.org] Fire Damper Inspection Company Announces New Office Manager
Life Safety Services (LSS), the industry leader in fire and smoke damper inspection and repair, is pleased to announce that Lisa Campbell has been promoted to Office Manager.