“If I find in myself desires which nothing in this world can satisfy, the only logical explanation is that I was made for another world” – C.S. Lewis
Angie grew up in Mount Vernon, Ohio and graduated from the local high school. She began her university training at the University of Findlay where she studied Bilingual Business Education and Spanish. Later she completed both her undergraduate business degree (BBA) and her Masters in Business Administration (MBA) at the Mount Vernon Nazarene University. Angie is married to Jeff Hall and they have four children; Kylie, Nick, Tori and Trent.
Angie has been with Cooper & Adel six years where she is a paralegal in the Trust department. Angie meets with clients most days to describe the estate plans that our attorneys recommend. She takes her time and speaks in “plain English” so that our clients understand the plan that we have proposed for them. Angie enjoys helping with our clients because she knows how important it is to be prepared for the surprises that aging brings to all of us.
Angie is busy at work and at home helping her immediate and extended family. She enjoys reading (her favorite book is Mere Christianity by C.S. Lewis) and despite her busy schedule, has a goal of eventually completing a craft/DIY project that she has on Pinterest, one of her favorite websites for crafts and other projects. Three highlights of her life have been marrying the love her life, her children, and completing her MBA. She's very proud of her children and sees them contributing greatly to the world no matter what path they choose, although it will be hard to let them leave the nest! She takes solace in her standing as a Christian and woman of faith.
What would we be surprised to know about Angie? She is very competitive! She hides it well, but she really likes to win and be the best at everything. She has to get an “A” whether it's a school course or the good opinion of a client. You will find Angie is always available to answer your questions and to make sure you get the help you need.
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