Lochner Cares Activities

December 15, 2020

Lexington Office Gives Back to Community and Coworkers

Lochner’s Lexington office has been actively giving back to the local community during the COVID-19 pandemic. Our employees raised $400 for the Salvation Army Food Pantry, which supplies fresh produce, canned goods, and healthy frozen items to those in need. This donation was made to honor the retirement of two long-term Lexington employees—Chuck Craycraft and Debby Taylor. Additionally, our staff bottled and shipped locally made Town Branch Distillery hand sanitizer to Chicago coworkers and sewed face masks, which were shared with local staff members, family, and friends.

Terry Ueber, Lexington’s administrative assistant, said, “Unfortunately, the impact of COVID-19 continues to wreak havoc in Kentucky, but our office has a lot of Southern hospitality. We are passionate about finding ways to give back and have made a concerted effort to help our community and the people we care about, especially during this unprecedented time.”

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