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Women in Business

Being locally owned and operated goes a long way in Trussville — that’s why Amanda Short said she’s glad she and her husband, Ben, are able to bring a local delivery service to the area. Read more

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For Frances Knox, working in real estate just makes sense. She enjoys what she does, the way it’s done and the people she gets to work with. Read more

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It’s difficult to identify which aspect of her job Heidi Jackson enjoys most.  As the co-owner of Sewing Machine Mart, Jackson’s passion for embroidery is second only to the joy she gets from observing the inspired creations of her customers. Read more

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Robin Isbell and her husband, Barry, are residents of Trussville and opened Plumb One Inc. in 1997. Since then, Robin has been an integral part of making sure the business provides the best service possible for their customers. Read more

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Lee Marlow sometimes jokes that she’s a little bit like Mary Poppins. She comes and goes from her clients’ lives when they need her and walks with them through some of their most important financial decisions. Read more

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If you ask the owner and founder of Great Smiles Orthodontics, Dr. Christy Savage, what she does, she’ll tell you, “my business is to create beautiful, healthy smiles.” Read more

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From late days at the office for parents to long team practices for kids, the average family life is often too busy for a home-cooked meal. Read more

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Alicia Tibbs joined the Dex Imaging sales team based upon the company’s reputation for conducting business with intentionality at all levels. Read more

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If Judith Jones could help every resident of Peachtree Senior Living know one thing, it would be this: that he or she is treasured. Read more

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Jennifer Burr loves her job — she loves taking care of people and making them smile. Read more

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Photos by Layton Dudley.

Starnes Media, the publisher of Cahaba Sun, hosted its second annual Women in Business event April 2 at Vulcan Park and Museum. Read more

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“My 31 years of being a Realtor has taught me why I love my job,” said Linda Burns, a real estate agent with Keller Williams. “No matter how I plan my day, my schedule may change at a moment’s notice. Every day is different.” Read more

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Controlled Environment is a heating and air conditioning company that specializes in putting the homeowner in control of their indoor environment. Read more

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Trussville resident Robin Isbell and her husband began Plumb One Inc., a residential plumbing company, in 1997. Read more

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Donna Robinson loves people, and you can tell from the way she talks about her clients. After watching her sister work in real estate, Robinson retired from O’Neal Steel after 23 years and started selling homes in 2013 through RealtySouth. Read more

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As she nears her second year in the business, RealtySouth’s Katie Boswell said she is settling into life as a Realtor in her hometown of Trussville. Read more

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The Great Clips team has been working to bring two valuable benefits to its customers: comfort and convenience. Read more

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Lee Marlow, a Realtor with RealtySouth since 2004, understands the importance of education, and she is working hard to make a difference in the lives of students in Trussville. Read more

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Executive Director Diane Poole and her staff of two at the Trussville Area Chamber of Commerce (TACC) work hard to provide TACC member businesses with opportunities to make valuable contacts and showcase their products and services. Read more

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