BC Chamber names Julie Agee Employee of the Month
Please join The Bridge City Chamber of Commerce in congratulating Julie Agee, Registrar/PEIMS Secretary at Orangefield High School, on receiving the Employee of the Month Award for January 2015.
Julie was presented her award, sponsored by Sabine River Ford, by Elyse Thibodeaux at the January Networking Coffee held at the Cormier Museum and hosted by Orangefield ISD. Julie also received gifts from the following businesses: Little Caesars, Total Impressions Salon, Dupuis Tire, The Record Newspaper, Tiger Rock Martial Arts, Michele Michelle Day Spa, Dairy Queen, Sabine Federal Credit Union and Mary Kelone, LMT, NCBTMT.
Julie is employed at Orangefield High School and assists with several school organizations. Julie is married to Jerry Agee and they have three daughters and one son-in-law; Savannah, Jeri, Shelby Storment and USMC Sgt. Daniel Storment. She is a graduate of St. Mary Catholic School and West Orange – Stark High School, with a Bachelor of Science in Corporate Communication from Lamar University.
As a member of St. Helen Catholic Church, Julie serves as a facilitator for 11th/ 12th grade religious education. Julie said, “I enjoy service opportunities and supporting our local businesses and communities. As far as my job, I never planned to work in the field of education. However, I’m not surprised this is where my path led. My values were most influenced, not only by my parents, but by strong and passionate teachers throughout my educational career. My hope is to carry on their legacy of helping others achieve success through hard work and integrity.”