Monthly Archives: October 2019

Myrick passes the torch to Jenkins

For more than 40 years, Alabama Department of Rehabilitation Services Assistant Commissioner James Myrick has tried to instill service from the heart in his daily life and the lives of those he supervised. At the beginning of October, Myrick, who was a record-setting track star at Robert E. Lee High School in Montgomery, will passed the baton as assistant commissioner

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Recruitment is a high priority for Lebrick

In a short time, Marge Lebrick has proven to be a tremendous asset to the Alabama Department of Rehabilitation Services. Lebrick, who has only been with the department for two years, was recently chosen to succeed Lenore Dillon as the coordinator of vision rehabilitation therapists and orientation and mobility specialists. Despite her strong background in vision rehabilitation in her native

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Montgomery hosts third annual job fair

The third annual Governor’s Job Fair for People With Disabilities welcomed a large crowd of prospective employees to Montgomery’s Multiplex at Cramton Bowl on Thursday, Oct. 3. At the news conference that opened the job fair, Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey, along with several state agencies and industries, stressed the importance of providing opportunities for people with disabilities. “Today we are

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Myrick bids farewell to ADRS

Saying goodbye is never easy, especially to someone who has spent his entire adult life helping people with disabilities reach their maximum potential. On Friday, Sept. 27, friends, family, and coworkers honored Alabama Department of Rehabilitation Services Assistant Commissioner James Myrick and thanked him for 40 years of service with a retirement ceremony in Montgomery. People from all over the

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