KLA recognized Manager of Member Services Letty Meek for 40 years of service to the association last week. Meek started work at KLA in October of 1979. After only a few short years, she joined the membership staff where she has played a key role ever since.
Over the past four decades, Meek has worked closely with KLA county chairmen on membership recruitment and has orchestrated hundreds of KLA county meetings. She takes pride in having worked for three generations of members over the years. Meek also is a key member of the communications staff, serving as proofreader and contributing writer for the Kansas Stockman and KLA News & Market Report. In addition, she serves as the organization’s resident historian and works on special projects including the Young Stockmen’s Academy program and Leadership Conference.
According to KLA CEO Matt Teagarden, Meek’s loyalty to KLA and dedication to providing exemplary service to its members has made her a true asset to the association.“Letty sets a tremendous example for me and the entire KLA team in her commitment to serving KLA members,” said Teagarden. “Her efforts have been key to KLA’s success the last 40 years.”