In the past 16 years, Haley Piersol has done a little bit of everything at TAB Media. If you’ve called the publication’s office much in that time frame, it’s likely you’ve spoken with her.
Over the years, she’s worked the front desk, worked in three subscription databases, processed locals and mail lists for the weekly newspaper, deposited payments and served as an assistant to Debbie Campbell, TAB’s director of communications.
And now she’s leaving to serve in a different role — as a dispatcher for emergency services.
“My favorite part of TAB is my coworkers,” Piersol said.
“It is family here. I will miss all of my coworkers and our church secretaries that I have gotten to know so well over the years.”
TAB Editor-in-Chief Jennifer Davis Rash said Piersol’s caring heart “flows over into her role as client coordinator.”
“Subscribers and group subscription managers know Haley has looked out for them through the years and is always available to clarify any confusing situation,” Rash said.
As Piersol has prepared to leave, she has worked alongside Rash to make sure every part of her job is covered by someone else so no one who interacts with TAB will be without that level of attention, Rash said.
Her final days at TAB have been “the perfect demonstration of the love, compassion and dedication she shows as both a friend and a coworker,” Rash said.
“Haley tackles problems with determination and rounds out her effort with a loving heart and deep friendship that provides a sense of security and value for all who are fortunate enough to call her friend,” Rash said.
“We are going to miss having Haley as part of our team, but we are all super excited about her new opportunity and wish her only the best.”
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