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Longest Tenured Employee Celebrates 36th Anniversary with PSAV

COPPELL, Texas — This month, PSAV Staff Accountant Leeann Hilliard will celebrate 36 years of service at PSAV, making her the longest tenured employee at the company.

Since joining PSAV in 1976, Hilliard has served as a rental clerk, rental secretary, accounts payable, administrative assistant, staging sales assistant, meeting services administrator and her current position as staff accountant.

“What I have learned here is that no matter what changes the company goes through, a lot depends on the people you work with and your love for your job. Fortunately for me, I love what I do and the people I work with are great,” said Hilliard. “I truly enjoy working at PSAV and have made many friends for life.”


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