In 2013, the TVAMP Partners felt there was a need to more actively encourage clients throughout all of their life transitions; whether it expected, unexpected, exciting, or difficult. As Client Care Coordinator, Cindy has the important responsibility of composing thoughtful cards, visiting clients, and calling those in need of encouragement. She also coordinates our company volunteer calendar.
They say a mother is the key to a strong, healthy family and for Cindy, that was her job for 20+ years. She enjoys working for TVAMP because she knows we truly care for the needs of our clients, whether they be financial, emotional, or spiritual. Cindy loves spending time with her grandchildren, cooking, and reading.
Cindy loves gathering with her kids and grandkids, cooking, and cozying up with a book in her living room. But don’t mistake her for a homebody; when she finds an opportunity to travel, she goes! Over the past few years, she’s road-tripped to Canada, vacationed on the Gulf Coast, and visited Japan and Korea.
Cindy is a true inspiration to us all at TVAMP – to know her is to love her! She’d choose quality over quantity any day; that goes for relationships, friendships, and cuisine. Her favorite place to have a specialty cup of coffee is K Brew in downtown Knoxville.
“Relax. God is in control.”
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