New Faces Join Messenger Team

From a press release.

Messenger has appointed three new sales consultants. Keisha Addison will be serving in Northern Georgia, Chuck Lemmons in Arkansas and Thomas Gutzmer in Virginia.

Addison has over 15 years of account management experience, most recently representing Matthews-Aurora Funeral Solutions. She was raised in a family-owned business and is driven by relationships and helping people achieve success. Lemmons comes to Messenger with over 20 years of sales and account management experience, and the past few years has served as a funeral director and pre-need consultant. No stranger to working in a small business and wearing multiple hats, he is excited to share his experience using Messenger solutions when he was a funeral director and the times savings it afforded him. Gutzmer comes to Messenger with extensive experience in teaching and customer relations. He loves meeting new people and helping bring out the best in every situation.

All three recently completed comprehensive training at Messenger and have since begun serving clients in their respective area. “As we continue to grow, we are committed to ensuring that our front line team members are the best in class and can help funeral professionals take advantage of all that we have to offer. The energy and professionalism these three bring to the table is second to none, and we look forward to the positive difference they are going to make,” stated Bob Hoaglund, Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Messenger.

Messenger, headquartered in Auburn, Indiana, has been in business since 1913. Today, Messenger invests in consumer research each year and is dedicated to helping funeral professionals stay relevant in an ever-changing marketplace. Our ultimate goal has been and always will be, to make a difference to grieving families through the products and services we provide. 

Pictured below (from left): Keisha Addison, Northern Georgia; Chuck Lemmons, Arkansas; Thomas Gutzmer, Virginia.