Adams Telephone Co-Operative employees contribute more than $20,000 to United Way campaign

Adams donation

Front row: Bruce Berquam, Adams experts sales support and dispatch; middle row from left, Leanne Reed, payroll and benefits specialist, Kelli Fohey, account executive, Jenna Hull, United Way of Adams County, Inc. director of programs and services, Bridgette Northern, marketing director and Gale Griffin, Adams experts supervisor - residential. Back row from left, Brad Dooley, outside sales representative, Richie Reis, project manager; Steven O’Hearn, business analyst/safety coordinator and Lori Miller, marketing coordinator. | Photo courtesy of Adams Telephone Co-Operative

QUINCY — Employees of Adams Telephone Co-Operative recently presented a check for $20,197.10 to the United Way of Adams County, Inc., at its Quincy office.

The United Way of Adams County advocates for education, financial stability and health.

In a press release, Jim Broemmer, chief executive officer, said, “Adams has a longstanding relationship with the United Way that we are very proud of and is a previous Small Business Hero Award recipient, so it was with great pleasure that we were able to contribute our second largest donation ever this year.

“Our team of dedicated individuals offered great community support once again at a time when it is really needed locally. The profound impact our employees’ generous contributions make substantially benefits our community in immeasurable ways.”

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