DeeDee Dalrymple Of U.S. Xpress Is Local Winner Of Trailblazer Award

Thursday, October 17, 2019
Thursday DailyPay has named DeeDee Dalrymple of U.S. Xpress, headquartered in Chattanooga, a winner of its inaugural Payroll Trailblazer Award. 
 
“Payroll is often such a thankless job, so you giving an award to recognize those in this profession is fabulous,” said Ms. Dalrymple.
 
Nine winners were selected from a field of more than 80 nominees who all work in the payroll industry. The winners demonstrate leadership qualities by constantly innovating and implementing new systems, coaching others and driving business value from the payroll department.
 
Winners of the DailyPay Payroll Trailblazer Award include:
 
DeeDee Dalrymple, Director of Payroll, U.S.
Xpress
Rebecca Monacelli Munoz, Sr. Director of HR, Safety and Training, Coen
Heidi Wright, Payroll Supervisor, Vera Bradley Designs, Inc.
Kym Cross, Payroll Director, G4S
Shelley Crumley, Payroll & Benefits Manager, ERC - Enhanced Resource Centers
Amber Hobson, Sr. Leader of Payroll, Etech
Chuck Stapleton, Compensation Specialist, DialAmerica Marketing
Ketzia (KC) Cisnerors, Payroll Manager, PJS of Texas, Inc.
Pam Wintrode, Payroll Clerk, Ashley Manor
 
Winners will receive a DailyPay Certified Payroll Trailblazer Paperweight as well as a badge to include on their LinkedIn profile.
 


New Hamilton County Business Licenses

We Are Doing It: Orange Grove Center

Chattanooga Chamber Of Commerce Awards Virtually Honor Community Champions


Here are the new business licenses from the County Clerk's office: 1 PERFECTION PAINTING PATRICIA VIGIL 900 AIRPORT RD LOT 97 CHATTANOOGA TN 37421 A&B LAND, LLC BENJAMIN L FOLKINS ... (click for more)

As Chattanooga area businesses shift, pivot and change, trying to adapt to a new normal, many are tapping into the passion that led them to open their business in the first place. Over the course ... (click for more)

The Chattanooga Chamber virtually hosted the Chamber Awards Thursday, honoring this year's Chamber Award winners and the 2020 Chattanooga Area Manager of the Year, as well as Small Business Award ... (click for more)



Business

New Hamilton County Business Licenses

Here are the new business licenses from the County Clerk's office: 1 PERFECTION PAINTING PATRICIA VIGIL 900 AIRPORT RD LOT 97 CHATTANOOGA TN 37421 A&B LAND, LLC BENJAMIN L FOLKINS 10179 LEE HWY OOLTEWAH TN 37363 A-TEAM ELECTRIC CHARLES EVERETT 3810 NORTHVIEW AVE CHATTANOOGA TN 37412 ABODE HOMES, LLC DUSTIN PLUMMER 1213 ROSEWOOD TRAIL MOUNT JULIET TN 37122 ... (click for more)

We Are Doing It: Orange Grove Center

As Chattanooga area businesses shift, pivot and change, trying to adapt to a new normal, many are tapping into the passion that led them to open their business in the first place. Over the course of the next number of weeks, The Chattanooga Area Chamber of Commerce will profile some of these owners and share their inspirational stories on how they are doing it. “Four months ago, ... (click for more)

Breaking News

Person Killed In Fire Early Sunday Morning In East Chattanooga

A fatal fire is under investigation in East Chattanooga. The call came in as a residential fire at 2:50 a.m. on Sunday in the 2700 block of Taylor Street. Neighbors reported that a camper was on fire behind a home and responding firefighters found a large bus fully involved. Engine 4 was first on scene. Bystanders notified the crew that a possible victim was inside ... (click for more)

Appeals Court Upholds 2nd-Trial Conviction Of Randall Reed For Murder Of East Ridge Woman

The Tennessee Court of Criminal Appeals has upheld the conviction of Randall Reed in a retrial for the murder of an East Ridge woman. A jury in July 2018 convicted Reed of first-degree murder in the 2011 death of 70-year-old Jane Stokes. An earlier conviction by a prior jury had been thrown out by an appeals court. Reed testified in his own behalf. The victim was murdered ... (click for more)

Opinion

From Exclusion To Inclusion: The Need For A New Chattanooga Way

Executive Summary: A New Chattanooga Way The Chattanooga renaissance that local leaders brag about took almost 40 years to reach fruition. It took risk. It took vision. It took billions of dollars. The physical renaissance is a farce if it fails to lift all Chattanoogans. The evidence in this report suggests the renaissance is incomplete. A New Chattanooga Way would include ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: My New Best Friend

I have found my instincts for measuring up people have served me well. This isn’t to say I pass judgement on anyone, but I’m pretty good about knowing which ones not to make any eye contact with. I’ve learned people who act strange usually turn out to be strange. A kook on Monday is still a kook on Sunday, and there simply ain’t no cure for stupid. I also avoid braggarts and those ... (click for more)