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AAC F A M I L Y & F R I E N D S


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Family information: Married to Allen; one son, Matthew; daughter-in-law Stephanie; grandson Shane; granddaughter Ad- dison; dog Gabriel; and two granddogs, Fred and Dixie.


My favorite meal: Can’t decide between sushi and Italian.


When I’m not working I’m: Spending time with grandkids and/or family, cooking/baking or just reading.


Te accomplishment of which I am most


proud: Raising a God-loving son who is a won- derful man, husband and father.


Te hardest thing I have ever done: Losing


my parents and feeling like an orphan. (I was in my 40s).


At the top of my bucket list is to: [It’s a] toss up between go- ing to Australia and doing an African safari.


Worker’s Compensation Claims Adjustor — Renee Turner You might be surprised to learn that: Believe it or not, I am


really a very shy person.


My pet peeve is: My husband would say dried milk in a glass, but I would say inconsiderate people.


Motto or favorite quote: “If you are not a better person tomorrow than you are today, what need have you for a tomorrow?”


How long have you been at AAC and can you describe some of your successful AAC projects? I started at AAC on August 5. I successfully survived my first conference AND successfully survived being on the same dance floor with Mark [Whitmore]. I have stayed busy reviewing and becoming familiar with my Workers’ Compensation claims.


What do you like most about your position at


AAC? Definitely the people and the positive work environment they generate. Tey made me feel part of


the team from Day 1.


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Renee Turner


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