Godwin Pumps Adds Staff in Branches Nationwide

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Company welcomes new employees at locations in New Jersey, North Carolina and New York

Kristen Gurick assumed the position of marketing clerk for Godwin Pumps in its Bridgeport, N.J., home office. Gurick is responsible for overseeing the Godwin Company Store, literature orders and training materials. She is a graduate of The College of New Jersey, and holds a bachelor’s degree in English and women’s and gender studies.

Cindy Lambert joins Godwin Pumps as office assistant for its Wilmington, N.C., branch with more than 26 years of experience in office management. Her experience includes purchasing, scheduling, accounts payable and receivable, bids and quotes, sales and customer service. A majority of Lambert’s experience has been with construction equipment companies and will be critical to her contributions to the Wilmington office.

Erica Newton joins Godwin Pumps at its Batavia, N.Y., branch as an office assistant. Newton earned an associate’s degree in human services from Genessee Community College and a bachelor’s degree in social work from Buffalo State College.
She has more than eight years of experience in the healthcare profession both managing caseloads and facilities and ensuring compliance. In these roles, she has had experience managing employees, developing guidelines, processing paperwork and assisting patients and families in receiving public assistance.

Melody Walker has been appointed as office assistant in Godwin Pumps’ Garner, N.C., branch, where she will put her 15 years of diverse administrative experience in office management, purchasing, accounting and bookkeeping support and customer service to use. Walker joins Godwin from a home entertainment supply company, where she focused on customer service in a variety of administrative functions, including office manager, purchasing agent and installation scheduler. She holds an associate’s in applied science degree from Randolph Community College and has benefited from additional professional training.

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