To The Daily Sun,
I have known and worked with Jeanie Forrester for more than 13 years. I first met Jeanie in 2013, while we were both members of the White Mountain Toastmasters group, where we both grew from the experience of honing our public speaking skills. In 2004, we were both founding members and served for several years on the Waukewan Watershed Committee, which was formed to protect the drinking water for the Town of Meredith. The committee formulated the first watershed management plan in the state of New Hampshire and was recognized and honored by the Department of Environmental Services.
During that time, Jeanie became the director of the Greater Meredith Program, which is a Main Street program for the Town of Meredith. Along with being the director, she also ran the Promotions Committee, of which I was a member.
Through all of my interactions with Jeanie, I was able to see first-hand her work ethic and the ability to accomplish even the most difficult task. Jeanie always completed tasks ahead of schedule and under budget. Jeanie will accept nothing less than excellence in the work she does and is a true professional. Jeanie's ability to listen and empathize with others has been a true asset to the community she served and will be a true asset to the residents of this state.
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