Employee Spotlight: Getting to Know the Leonard’s Team!

This month, Marketing Coordinator, Ali Knoll got the opportunity to interview Rhonda Reagin of the Leonard’s Senior Department. “Rhonda is an incredible team member. She is always there to help when you need it and she can get more done in one day than anyone I know,” Ali says. Rhonda is always extremely helpful to our customers and she is a great team member. “I have worked with Rhonda for two years and it has been great. We are a two person team in the Senior Department and we depend on each other to get the job done. She is such a unique person and a power-house at work!” says Cindy Willey, Leonard’s Senior Department Representative.

Check out the full interview!

What is your name? 

Rhonda Reagin

Which department do you work in? 


What are some of your daily tasks? 

Assisting customers, processing orders, any task to do with seniors depending on the time of year.

Here at Leonard’s we capture memories! What is one memory you are glad you captured through photography?

 I can’t pinpoint one, I love old family photos. Being able to see my parents and grandparents when they were young.

What are three words that best describe you? 

Independent, resourceful, realistic.

Do you have any special talents?

 I don’t know if you could call it a talent but I love taking outdoor photos.  We live on a small lake/large pond, which gives me access to a large variety of water birds and other wildlife that I wouldn’t have otherwise. You just have to be quick or you miss them.

If you could learn to do anything, what would it be?

 I’d like to be able to communicate with my dogs, they have a lot of explaining to do……you said anything!

If you could meet anyone, living or deceased, who would it be?

 Joe Strummer or Banksy.

What is the best part of waking up? 

It takes me a couple of hours to actually wake up but coffee w/ York Peppermint creamer helps.

Is a picture worth a thousand words?

 I think so! You’re capturing a specific moment in time that will never happen again and some of those moments cannot be described by words alone.


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