We’ve written before on the Stanton’s blog about our knowledgeable staff. Now, we’d like to give you a chance to get to know our staff on a more personal level. Over the next several months, we will be having members of the Stanton’s team take our “30 Questions in 60 Seconds” questionnaire. We hope you will get to know the “real” us, and learn how we might better be of service to you!
Karen S. is one of our longest serving employees here at Stanton’s, having been with the company for over four decades. Karen has the distinction of being one of the only non-musicians on the staff here, so we hope you enjoy her unique perspective! We’ve given Karen a break on some of those musician questions, so her 30 questions comes in at a slim 19!
What department do you work in at Stanton’s? – Accounting
What do you consider your specialties here? – Being here so long that I can help fix anything for a customer
How long have you worked at Stanton’s? – 45 Years
What is your favorite task at Stanton’s? – Trying to figure out a problem on an account
What is your hometown? – West Jefferson, OH
Where did you go to college? – Columbus Business University
What is your major instrument? – The radio!
What do you like to do in your spare time? – Relax and watch TV
What days of the week can you be reached at Stanton’s? – Monday – Friday
What is your most memorable musical moment? – I got to go to the Rolling Stones concert!!!
What musical sound or noise do you love? – Country and R&B
What musical sound or noise do you hate? – Jazz
On a scale of 1-10, how funny do you think you are? – 3
Who was your first crush? – Roger Lynch (Played in the Metros in High School)
Do you love or hate roller coasters? – Hate!
If you were a super hero, what powers would you have? – Magic
How many pairs of shoes do you own? – 30
Would you rather win the lottery or work at the perfect job? – Win the lottery. (Then I could volunteer at a perfect job and work when I wanted to.)
If you had to eat one meal for the rest of your life, what would it be? – Chicken and noodles