CRC's Kirksville Center Ribbon Cutting Celebration: 1905 South High Street on Sept. 28 at 11 a.m.
Ribbon Cutting Celebration on September 28 at 11 a.m.

CRC is pleased to celebrate a ribbon cutting at its office in Kirksville, Mo., on Thursday, September 28, at 11:00 a.m. to kick-off the introduction of dispatch service training at the facility. Refreshments will be served.

From September 17 to October 7, 16 employees (with a combined 101 years of experience from CRC’s Austin, Minn., Dunlap, Tenn., and Abilene, Texas, offices) will travel to Kirksville to help train dispatching to eight Kirksville Center employees. Once trained, the new Missouri dispatchers will work with dispatch teams at CRC’s other sites.

Kirksville Center Manager Kristy Mueske, who has worked for CRC for over 7 years, is also a seasoned dispatcher and will be a great resource for the training group. Mueske is looking forward to this new opportunity for the center.

“We’re continuing to develop and grow the services provided by our Kirksville Center staff with the addition of CRC’s dispatch services,” Mueske said. “Adding the dispatch role to the services we provide here will positively impact both our membership and local community by building this additional staffing.

“The dispatch role is an integral part of CRC’s importance to our membership and offers great career advancement opportunities for our employees,” she added. “The drive and dedication of our staff has evolved impressively since we joined the Kirksville community in January 2022, and I’m excited to support them through this next stage of their careers.”

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