This column serves as a spotlight, highlighting the everyday folks who work and dwell in Callaway County. The Fulton Sunshine normally takes a moment with someone who is not commonly featured in the information but is just as instrumental in making our local community the solid and beautiful area we all know and like.
Janice Stone no for a longer period lives in Callaway Callaway, but grew up in the vicinity of Kingdom Metropolis ahead of moving to Oak Ridge, Tennessee, with her loved ones when she was 9 several years previous. Now a resident of Laceys Spring, Alabama, Janice Stone has expended the earlier a few months viewing her father, Roland Stone, in Fulton.
Janice Stone retired soon after an promotion occupation in Atlanta.
Q: What was your initial job?
I worked as a secretary for the personnel director of a trucking enterprise in Knoxville, Tennessee.
Q: Who evokes you most?
My father. He is aware how to do every little thing — he is Mr. Fix-it. He lifted us to get treatment of the Earth he is constantly been an environmentalist.
Q: What have you accomplished in your existence that has been the most fulfilling?
Creating my possess property. I received exhausted of remodeling other people’s issues.
Q: What is some thing you are very pleased of that you have been recognized for?
Generating the Nationwide Honor Society in superior faculty. They experienced some screaming geniuses at that university. I felt like a nerd but a excellent nerd.
Q: If you can do any occupation in the world, what would it be?
Revealed creator. As you can convey to, I like to explain to tales. The nearer to the real truth they are, the improved. Like (Mark Twain) stated, reality is stranger than fiction.
Q: What is a work you would not want to do?
Stockbroker or politician, choose your choose. They’re not straightforward professions.
Q: What is your preferred detail about Callaway County?
Do not laugh, but I appreciate this brick avenue (in downtown Fulton). There is certainly a thing about the thrum (the seem of the tires on the brick) that requires you back to a distinctive century.