LAFCU NAMES NEW HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGER
Robyn Jones 'Drawn' to LAFCU's Excellence
LAFCU recently named Robyn Jones of Holt Human Resources Manager.
In her new position, Jones will develop, implement and administer personnel policies and procedures, oversee benefits administration and payroll, and assist the LAFCU management team during union contract negotiations, among other
“Robyn’s extensive experience in human resources management will help LAFCU continue to provide a work environment that attracts and retains quality employees,” said Sharon Gillison, LAFCU senior vice president human resources. “She’ll be an asset to our entire staff.”
Jones was previously employed by Dakkota Integrated Systems LLC, a Tier One supplier to Detroit automakers with locations throughout the U.S. and Canada. She worked at Dakkota since 2006, most recently serving as human resources manager for Dakkota’s two Holt plants that have a combined employment of 250. Her responsibilities were similar to those she has at LAFCU.
She said, “I was drawn to LAFCU because of its excellence in member service and its support of the community.”
While at Dakkota, she especially enjoyed leading a committee that provides financial and volunteer assistance to multiple charities.
A native of Cleveland Heights, Ohio, Jones earned a bachelor’s degree at The College of Wooster, Wooster, Ohio. Her involvement as an active member of Rivers of Life Church, Holt, includes serving on the church’s leadership team.
LAFCU has locations in Corunna and Owosso and operates an ATM inside Carl's Supermarket in Perry.
WIDESPREAD TDS OUTAGE AFFECTING CUSTOMERS
Shiawassee Central Dispatch: Customers May Not Be Able To Call 911
Updated at 5:34pm 12/3/17 - Posted by Perry Pulse at 7:40pm 11/21/17
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UPDATE: Service has been restored.
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Shiawassee Central Dispatch is advising that there is a widespread TDS outage that may impact customers' ability to call out from landlines, including 911. Customers needing to contact police, fire or emergency, may need to call 911 or the non-emergency number, 989-743-9111, from a cell phone or by using an alternate method. There is no estimated time of restoration.