Employee Spotlight – Sue Bloczynski

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Employee Spotlight

Twice a month, we will be featuring one of our employees’ in our Employee Spotlight for a chance to get to know them a little better. This week the spotlight is on Sue Bloczynski. Sue is one of our Receptionist and Cashiers.

The Scoop…

  • Name: Sue Bloczynski
  • Department: Admin
  • Job Title: Receptionist and Cashier
  • Length of time at WETH: Since August 2018
  • Length of time in the automotive industry: Since August 2018
  • My hometown: Reedsburg, WI
  • I currently reside in: Sun Prairie, WI
  • My family consists of: Husband-Allan, Daughters-Alicia and Hannah, Son in law-Dustin. Grand dog-Benny, Grandcats-Gary, and Uhura.

Cars, cars, cars-everything cars…

  • My first car was: Orange Ford Fiesta-in High School-so my father could keep an eye out for me 😉
  • I currently drive: ’02 Lexus RX300
  • My next car will be: A newer Lexus
  • While I am driving, I listen to: Pbs, clasical, Blues and Contemporary Christian.
  • My favorite thing about cars: Heated seats
  • Manual or automatic: I like both
  • My favorite vintage car: 1976 Trans Am

A few of my favorite things…

  • Color: Sea foam green/blue
  • Day of the week: Sunday
  • Movie or TV show: Cool kids, New Murphy Brown, The Kominsky Method
  • Animal: Platapus-sp?(Sea Cow)
  • Food: Spicy sweet food
  • Sport: Gymnastics, Tennis, Ballet
  • Holiday: Christmas
  • Travel spot: Seville, Spain

What makes me tick…

  • My hobbies include: Animal Training, Advocating( Healthcare, abuse and changing Eldercare Laws, Spiritual Encouragement)
  • If I could have any superpower, it would be: Have Peace on Earth
  • My motto or personal mantra: What doesn’t kill you, Makes you stronger-If you choose too.
  • I’m happiest when: Playing with the dog at the dog park, Kayaking in Door County
  • Something most people don’t know about me: I use to be a Travel Agent when TWA was around. Attended MATC-Animal Tech Program, and Camp counselor for Special Touch Ministries.
  • My biggest pet peeve: Not asking questions to learn, texting while driving and not using turn signals.
  • What I fear most: Alzheimers or outliving my kids
  • I’m proudest of: Homeschooling and working as a Behavioral Therapy Tech (For Autistic Children)
  • Before I die, I would like to: Finish school to be a Hospital Chaplin
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