Four Questions: Debbie Drummond IT Manager

Q1: How long have you been at Hanna Center and what motivates you back every day?
I have been here 22 ½ years. What motivates me to come back every day is the boys and staff and the love caring that both have for one another. I LOVE the part I play in the Hanna program.

Q2: What’s your favorite quote and why – it can be anything!

“Life is what you make it” – by Joel Osteen No Matter What’s happening, choose to be happy. Don’t focus on what’s wrong. Find something positive in your life.

Q3: What or who most inspires you?
My husband inspires me. Without him, I don’t know where I’d be. I thank God every day that I have a supportive, loving family.

Q4: What’s your most cherished memory from your work here at Hanna?
My most cherished memory is Sister Ruth Gardner I loved working with her, she told me to be grateful every day for the boys and staff here at Hanna that it is a blessing to work here.


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