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Welcome Merci Rusli!

For some of you who have recently visited the school office, you may have noticed a new face among our office team. That person just happens to be our new bookkeeper, Merci Rusli, who is working in the Finance Office (between Mr. and Mrs. Kitchel)!

Merci and husband, Roy, attend Foothill Church, along with their twin 6th grade boys (Marvin and Matthew) who are newly enrolled at Foothill Christian School. Merci, who comes to us from AEROVIRONMENT, INC. in Monrovia, will be managing day-to-day and long-term financial matters, as well as the physical properties of Foothill Church, School and Preschool.

Please join us in welcoming Merci to Foothill family!

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One comment on “Welcome Merci Rusli!

  1. Christian Martin
    September 27, 2012

    I am in sixth grade and i have met marvin and matthew and am glad to meet them hope they have a wonderful school year at a new environment.

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