Recipients with Officers, shown left to right, front: Dot Bean, Cindy Dyke, Judy Mayo, Kelly Colbeth and Theresa Wentworth. Back: Chief Financial Officer John Hennessey, Jessica Therrien, Chief Operating Officer Mike Morelli, Jane Handley and Treasurer Ed Hennessey.
Coin Company Honors Seven for Quality Achievement
LITTLETON – Littleton Coin Company honored seven employees for outstanding quality at an awards luncheon held at the Italian Oasis Restaurant. Recognized for superior achievement and service were: Jane Handley and Cindy Dyke, both of Outbound Fulfillment; Dot Bean, Sales; Jessica Therrien, Coin Processing; Kelly Colbeth, Marketing; Theresa Wentworth, Analyzing; and Judy Mayo, Assembly.
During the event, Chief Operating Officer Mike Morelli provided background information about the evolution of Littleton’s Quality Achievement Award program. “The other officers and I wanted a more visible way to recognize employees who have shown how much they care about their customers and the quality of the work they do,” noted Morelli. “So we created this award program.” Since the program’s establishment in 1997, Littleton Coin Company has presented nearly $15,000 in quality awards to more than 100 deserving employees. The awards program has two phases – departmental awards given in the spring and fall of each year, and a January “Quality Employee of the Year” award. Morelli and Treasurer Ed Hennessey select the recipients from a list of candidates submitted by company management. Those honored receive special certificates of recognition, a cash award, a luncheon in their honor with company officers, and preferred parking spaces for part of the year.
Based in Littleton, New Hampshire, Littleton Coin Company was founded by Maynard Sundman in 1945 and has set the bar for industry standards for more than 60 years. As one of the largest retail buyers and sellers of coins and paper money in the world, Littleton is renowned for providing friendly, reliable and expert service to collectors around the globe. The company employs more than 300 area residents and is led by President David Sundman.