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    October 10, 2018 – Meeting Minutes

    October 10, 2018 – Meeting Minutes

    Leader: Carol Kearney

    Attendance: 14 Members, 2 Guests

    Spotlighter: Lisa Brill

    On Deck: Jen Cochran

    Action Points:

    • Share our Facebook Events.
    • There are still some pending leads from January, please close them out to clean up our stats.
    • When you invite a guest to join us, please CC Doug to add them to his meeting reminders.
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    Spotlighter: Lisa Brill

    • Lisa’s Mother was from Albany, NY, and her dad was from Worcester, MA
    • They met while skiing when her mom fell and broke her leg.
    • They were married and moved to Roanoke, VA where Lisa was born and raised
    • She visited Sweden several times to visit her dad’s family
    • Went to Radford University with a major in Interior Design
    • She learned how to water ski, which she still enjoys today
    • Became an Interior Designer in Roanoke, moved to Richmond to continue work.
    • She became weary of the hours and workload and decided to switch to sales for Carole Fabrics to sell to other Designers
    • She met her husband and his two kids and got married.
    • She ended up getting transferred to Hunter Douglas
    • She was there for 20 plus years and was one of the top 25 sales people for every year.
    • In 2013, she left Hunter Douglas when the housing market dropped off.
    • Frank from Value Blinds and Heirloom Drapery called and asked her to come work part time.  
    • Lisa loves to travel just like her parents.
    • Lisa’s favorite holiday is Halloween and because she is in the middle of nowhere so they go camping and it takes her hours to decorate
    • Lisa collects orchids
    • She doesn’t want to work full time because of her vacation home in NC, where she loves spending time with her grandkids.
    • Lisa has 2 dogs, and used to have horses.
    • Lisa is a self designated “shoe freak” with 84 pairs of shoes, 43 pairs of flip flops at her home and another 28 pairs of flip flops at the Lake.


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