Celebrating Cheri

September 7, 2017

We can always count on Cheri to bring joy and positivity to the office.

Tarrant Technology is a great company because of people like Cheri.

Today calls for celebration because exactly seven years ago, our own Cheri Bruxvoort started at Tarrant Technology! The office truly wouldn’t be what it is today without her. As service coordinator and one of our owners, Cheri wears many hats around the office. On any given day you can find her assisting clients, collaborating with team members, and kindly laughing at all of Cole’s jokes. Cheri embodies a true leader and is our rock around the office, and we are so excited to celebrate her today!

“Cheri is unflappable and a consistent provider of wonderful customer service.  She helps keep us all moving in the same direction.”

-Chad

“Cheri is one of the kindest people I know, she is always upbeat and ready to help.”

-Craig

“Cheri is the calming force in the office. She is wonderful with clients, associates, grandkids, and even pets!”

-Alan

“My favorite thing about Cheri is the amount she cares not only for clients and individuals, but also to the Tarrant Tech family.”

-Stephen

“My favorite thing about Cheri is that she gives me Rangers tickets… also her work ethic.”

-Connor

“We both love Pumpkin Spice lattes and sweater weather.”

-Cole

 

The team celebrated with lunch at Lili's.

An Interview with Cheri Bruxvoort

Hometown

Pella, IA

Favorite Hobby

Reading

Favorite Book

Gone with the Wind

Favorite Vacation Spot

The Cayman Islands

How did you get your start at Tarrant Technology?

“My husband worked at one of Tarrant Technology’s client companies. There, he met a banker who was a friend of Chad. He gave my name to Chad, and the rest is history!”

What is your favorite thing about Tarrant Technology?

“The people, and the way everybody cares about each other. The family atmosphere.”

What is your favorite thing about Fort Worth?

“The small town atmosphere in a big city. And there’s so many things to do, from museums to sporting events to restaurants.”

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