Turner Industries Honored with Quest Legacy Award
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Turner Industries Honored with Quest Legacy Award

Turner Industries was recently recognized at the Quest Collaborate 15 conference for its long-term commitment to the JD Edwards® user group, known as Quest.

Quest gives the Legacy Award to a member that has made significant and lasting contributions to the JD Edwards user community over an extended period of time. In conjunction with the group’s 20th anniversary, they chose to recognize Turner Industries, a member of Quest since its formation.

“Turner not only supports their employees’ engagement in the user community, they have encouraged it. Over the years, Turner employees have consistently attended and presented at Quest conferences. They have encouraged their employees to provide volunteer leadership to user groups and share their lessons learned with their fellow customers. Three employees of Turner Industries have served on the Quest board of directors, two employees have served Quest in the role of President and one employee was instrumental in helping to form the community in 1995. When we established Quest’s Legacy Award a few years ago, it’s the contributions of an organization, like Turner Industries, that we wanted to recognize, “said Jon Vaughn, executive director Quest International user group.

Pictured is the Turner Quest team starting bottom left to right: Jim Doolittle, Kayla Bennett, Durel Braud, Melanie Godso, Kenny Hebert, Mike Venable, Amy Kling, Donnovan Mabile, Gregory Thibodeaux and Darrell Hawkes