Monthly Archives: January 2016

Position: Accountant Part-Time

Responsibilities:
Provides financial information to management by conducting monthly closings for multiple related companies

Accountant Job Duties:
Prepares monthly journal general entries utilizing industry specific software interfaces to Quickbooks.
Prepares monthly sales analyses reports.
Recommends financial actions by analyzing sales and payable transactions.
Maintains weekly cash balances. Prepares monthly bank reconciliations.
Maintains accounting controls by preparing and recommending polices and procedures.
Guides accounting clerical staff by coordinating activities and solving problems.
Reconciles financial discrepancies by collecting and analyzing account information.
Serves as backup for payroll staff as needed.
No phone calls please email resume to Eglington@comast.net.

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Eglington Cemetery Alert

Alert: On Monday January 4th at Eglington Cemetery it was reported by a family that all five of their artificial Christmas trees had disappeared off 5 different gravesites. On Thursday January 8th another family came in to report their real potted Christmas tree was there on Monday and had gone missing from the gravesite by Thursday. Then, on Friday January 8th we had another report from a family member that a tree was gone from a grave site. In the last couple of years theft of the gravesites is increasing. This is the season for kindness and caring. This is disgraceful. It is so disheartening for the families who are honoring their loved ones. During mowing season they must adjust to the rules and regulations. This is the one season that they have the opportunity to place holiday items and know these will not be removed until February 1st.
The inside office personal and the outside crew personal are now watching everyone. Please alert the office (856)-423-0165 if you see someone removing any holiday items. Please be advised to not confront them yourself. Frankly, the families know the rules and would not be removing items this soon. Hopefully, if all our families and visitors keep a watchful eye together we can quickly discourage this behavior.

Fact: Removing items that do not belong to you from a gravesite is a chargeable offensive. If caught we will immediately contact the police. It is considered theft!

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