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Joyce Williams, a customer service representative, joined the News & Record in April. Previously Joyce was employed with Guilford County Schools. She has taken courses in accounting and early childhood education. A native of Greensboro, away from work Joyce enjoys bowling and fishing.Judy Neal, a retail advertising sales executive in the Rockingham office, joined the News & Record in April. Previously Judy worked as a retail advertising representative for the Reidsville Review. Away from work Judy enjoys walking, bowling, fishing and spending time with her Yorkie terrier, ``Cagney.'

Lonza Antonio Bartlett, a security officer, joined the company in April. Previously Lonza was a parking and transportation supervisor with the state university system. He is a native of Elizabeth City. Away from work Lonza enjoys listening to music.

Keri Tomlinson is a sales assistant in the outside classified department in advertising. Keri joined the News & Record in October as a part-time employee and became full-time in March. Previously she worked for Gate City Staffing as a temporary receptionist. Keri has a BA degree in English with a minor in French from Greensboro College. She is a native of Jacksonville, Florida. Away from work she enjoys reading, walking and painting.

Michael Ray Williams is an employee in the mailroom and transportation area. He joined the News & Record in March. Previously Michael worked for Quality First Construction. He is a graduate of Dudley High School and is a native of Greensboro. Away from work he enjoys football, NASCAR and basketball.

Kathryn Edwards is an advertising sales representative in the High Point office. She joined the company in March and previously worked for Belk's as a retail buyer. Kathryn has a BSME degree from UNCG and is a native of Greensboro. Away from work she enjoys running, playing with her young son and watching baseball - especially the Braves.


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