Monday, July 10, 2017

Legacy Celebrates Its Employees!

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Legacy held its annual employee appreciation event in May. The company announced its service award winners as well as a number of special award winners – including recognizing three employees who have been with Legacy for all of its 25 years!

The event was held at Legacy’s corporate office with employees at Legacy’s offices in Chicago, Las Vegas, Reno and La Mirada participating via video feed.

After the awards presentations, a Hawaiian themed lunch was enjoyed by all!

Here were the recipients of special recognition awards:


25 Years of Service

Cynthia Kirk

Michael Collins

Michael Kirk


David Quinn Work Ethic Memorial Award

Awarded to the individual who most represents the spirit which David Quinn stood for: High Work Ethics.

Zachary Cummings


Excellence in Client Services

Awarded to an individual who provides outstanding service to both internal and external customers.

Derick Wilson


Employee of the Year

This honor is given to a dedicated individual who exceeds expectations on a daily basis.

Felipe Loera



Joseph Migliozzi Innovation Award

This award goes to the individual whose forward thinking, ideas, products, suggestions, cost saving proposals or the like, prompted or created a significant change for the better.

James Cummings


Michael Quinn Inspiration Award

This award is in honor of one of our founding partners, who was an optimistic, positive thinker who inspired others to do their very best.

Lisa Trittin



Department of the Year

This is awarded to the department that most exhibited outstanding service to either or both internal / external customers.

Human Resources


Congratulations to all Legacy team members!

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