Sandy Daugherty2018-12-17T13:19:57-05:00

The cure for whatever ails you? Fresh air

Your spirit animal?
I aspire for it to be a dog — loyal, happy and at peace with its life.

You wake up and it’s 100 years later. Your first question?
“Did I forget to set my alarm?”

Most interesting place you’ve visited?
I’ve seen a lot of great places, but I’d have to say our family property in Indiana. I love to hike through the woods, take the dogs for walks, mow the fields and just enjoy the outdoors.

Sandy Daugherty

Office Manager

You can trust her with your business …

Of all the ways to judge someone’s character, this one is tried and true: Be suspicious of anyone who doesn’t love dogs. By that standard — and any other, for that matter — Sandy is someone you can trust. Just ask her family’s well-loved schnauzer and Lab.

The traits that make a great pet owner — attention to detail, a willingness to expect the unexpected and roll with the punches, and an ability to create structure and order out of chaos — happen to make for a great office manager, too. Sandy is the glue that holds it all together, controlling budgets and billing, overseeing human resources functions and generally helping to keep our pack organized.

… and you’ll want to hang out with her, too.

Sandy knows stuff, and she’s willing to share her info — which retailer has the best sale this week, where to get a killer veggie burger, whether you need to call a handyman. And you couldn’t ask for a better cheerleader; she’s interested in your life and enjoys your stories — always with a smile on her face.

The cure for whatever ails you? Fresh air

Your spirit animal?
I aspire for it to be a dog — loyal, happy and at peace with its life.

You wake up and it’s 100 years later. Your first question?
“Did I forget to set my alarm?”

Most interesting place you’ve visited?
I’ve seen a lot of great places, but I’d have to say our family property in Indiana. I love to hike through the woods, take the dogs for walks, mow the fields and just enjoy the outdoors.