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Florida Sheriffs Association Announces New Staff

May 07, 2014

The Florida Sheriffs Association (FSA), one of the largest state law enforcement associations in the nation, today announces that Michelle Burdick, Trish Eldridge and Becky Keillor have been added to the team that supports Florida’s 67 Sheriff’s and more than 70,000 FSA members. These additions bring  an abundance of knowledge from vast experiences gained in their related fields.  

“Trish, Michelle and Becky are all excellent additions to our team,” said FSA Executive Director Steve Casey. “Their skills and experience will benefit our Sheriffs and members, as well as help FSA continue to grow.”

Before becoming a member of the FSA team, Burdick worked with the Florida Alcohol and Drug Abuse Association. She served as the Coordinator of Membership and Marketing for three years, before being promoted to director of the same position. This experience will help her excel in her role of Membership Manager at FSA. 

Eldridge was hired to fill the role of FSA’s full-time controller. Her time conducting financial audits and preparing financial statements at James Moore & Co. CPA  made her an ideal candidate for this position. As controller, she will oversee a multi-million dollar budget, assist the Sheriffs offices with their finance and administration issues, as well as help plan the annual FSA Administrative Conference. 

Keillor has been selected to replace Lynn Meek as the FSA Bid Coordinator. Her experience in managing claims and records in previous positions allows her to effectively manage the complicated bid process for FSA. The Bid Coordinator is a very important role as the coordinator helps secure the best pricing on many critical items that Sheriff’s offices use daily.