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Ted Wenskus

Ted Wenskus

Dixon Schwabl announces the hiring of Ted Wenskus, Debbie Quick and Lynne Tempest.

Wenskus has been hired as a copy editor, where his duties include reviewing drafts, layouts and printer proofs for clients to ensure correct grammar, punctuation and spelling. He has a bachelor’s degree in biology and English and a master’s degree in English from the College at Brockport.

Quick has been hired as director of first impressions. She is responsible for facilitating communications between the agency, clients and other contacts. She brings 18 years of administration and human resources experience to the role. She has an associate’s degree in human services from Monroe Community College.

Tempest has been hired as account director. She will manage and grow client relationships, ensure long-term stability and provide strategic direction to assigned accounts. She brings over 15 years of business-to-consumer and business-to-business integrated marketing to the role. She has a bachelor’s degree in communications and public justice from SUNY Oswego.

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Debbie Quick

Debbie Quick

Lynne Tempest

Lynne Tempest

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