“I can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth me” -Phillipians 4:13
Janet has been an office assistant and receptionist with Cooper & Adel for seven years. Having grown up in Mount Vernon, she graduated from Mt. Vernon High School and then went on to Computer Office Technologies. Married to Loren Fickle, she has four children, sixteen grandchildren and two great-grandchildren who inspire her each day with their love. Working in the Cooper & Adel office, she has been inspired by how the clients are helped by the company.
Janet's most memorable experience while working at Cooper & Adel was the time she answered the phone with other things on her mind. This doesn't sound memorable, but when answering for a Law Office, the usual script is not “Good Afternoon, Kentucky Fried Chicken.” It's been a good joke at the office ever since.
In her non-work time, Janet enjoys painting, particularly landscapes and snow scenes. She also enjoys spending time with her family, reading, and her particular favorite genre of reading is The Bible and Christian novels. She's proud of her standing as a Christian and that her children are all wonderful people. Janet says that the three highlights of her life are God, her family, and the trip to the Bahamas she received on her 60th birthday. Someday, she'd like to go on a cruise to Alaska. Which is slightly contradictory with her great fear of driving on snowy and icy roads, but then again, she won't have to do the driving!
What would we be surprised to know about Janet? She's been flying in a hot air balloon!
From Mitch & Thom:
Janet is our face to the world in Centerburg. She always has a smile for you when they come in for a visit. She also helps you who call in, making sure that they get to the right person to get the help you need. She is a caring, thoughtful person with a terrific sense of humor. We value Janet for her down-to-earth, hard-working attitude!
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