Where did you grow up and how long have you lived here?
I grew up in Southern Indiana where I lived my entire life until moving to Florida after college in 2009. I knew I always wanted to leave because I can't handle the snow and cold weather. I actually never wanted to move to Florida because it's too rainy and I don't really like the beach or salt water. I believe that everything happens for a reason though. 4 months after moving here while attending a class to get my 2-20 license I met my husband, David, who also works at the office, and now I'm stuck here for life!
Are you married? Have any kids?
David and I got married in March 2013 and Brian Culbertson officiated our wedding. It was his first and probably final wedding but now he can say he's an ordained minister which works out since he's an amateur pastor at his church. We immediately got pregnant and had our first son, Blake, in January 2014. He was followed by his brother Max in February 2016. Before you ask, no, we are not planning to try for a girl.
What was your childhood nickname?
When I was in high school playing softball, my friends called me "Gumby" and "Stretch Armstrong" because I was really tall, skinny, and fast and it seemed like I could always stretch my way to the bases.
If you could have any one superpower, which would you choose?
If I could have a superpower I would be a vampire, RIGHT NOW, because once you're a vampire you don't age and I'm only going downhill from here. Then I could also live forever and never have to work again because vampires can mind control people so you could probably find me in a mansion on the bay.
What is your dream car?
My dream car is the Mercedes-Benz AMG G65 but seeing as it's more expensive than my house, I think that one is going to stay in the "dream car" category. Unless, of course, I become a vampire.
From the time I called the agency to file a claim for roof damage from hurricane Irma I received outstanding service and concern from David. He called weekly to insure that the claim process was moving forward and would call the insurance company if there were delays in the process. He is a true professional and an asset to the agency. Thank you!