Kaytrina Simmons

Kaytrina Simmons

Kaytrina P. Simmons, a lifelong native of Florence with deep rooted values and love for her family, is employed with Snelling Staffing in Florence. Simmons is the Manager and also works with Trinity Memorial Funeral Home Muscle Shoals. She is a member of Galilee Missionary Baptist Church in Florence.  If you saw Kaytrina’s daily schedule, you would see she has a servant’s heart and activates it by always helping others and looking for ways to better serve her community. “I want to make the quality of life better for others,” said Simmons.

Simmons is a graduate of Central High School and attended Faulkner University. She worked in retail and Banking for about ten years, and was a past member of Labor Local 366.  Simmons has twenty years in Staffing/Human Resources and eleven years in the Funeral Home Industry. Simmons has longevity in a career in working with others and the public, all dealing with helping others. She has a passion for caring and making a positive impact in the lives she encounters daily.

Ms. Simmons is the daughter of Katie Gilbert Simmons and the late Tom E. Simmons.
She has one daughter Alexis who attends Florence High School. Simmons has two brothers and two sisters.

She is an Ambassador for the City of Florence and also an active member of the Shoals Chamber of Commerce, where she also serves as an Ambassador.

Simmons is very active in the community and serves on several boards and groups:
American Cancer Society Leadership
Homeless Care Council Northwest Alabama
A member of Society for Human Resource Management
Relay for Life-Team Captain-
Volunteer with Room in the Inn Shoals

Kaytrina Simmons is the right person for District 1, in the Florence municipal run-off election on Tuesday, Oct. 4th.

Simmons tells the Insider, she is totally committed to District 1 and the City of Florence. She will Bring New Leadership, New Direction, New Results with Progress.

Simmons said she wants to revitalize District 1 and help to bring economic growth and move the district forward on projects that have been in the pipeline, such as the West Florence Bridge, the Animal Shelter, and the Senior Center to name a few.

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