Yes, Thanksgiving is all about turkey, stuffing, pumpkin pie and food comas – but it’s also about giving sincere thanks to the people that matter most in our lives.  We asked our staff to let us know what they’re thankful for…

adamAdam Moorman – This is the time of year that I get to catch up with old friends and family. I’m always caught off guard by how happy I am to see them. When the world is chaotic you tend to forget about the people that surround you. I’m thankful for my friends and family that, for some reason, want to spend time with me AND the office full of amazing people that I have the privilege of working with daily.

anthonyAnthony Casanova – I’m thankful for my health.  With so many of us getting sick over the past few weeks, I’m thankful and amazed my immune system has held up.

grantGrant Stakenas – I am most thankful for the opportunity to be apart of a team that I value and in return values me. I feel like enjoying your job is very rare and I cant wait to see where we are headed in the future.

guyGuy Bauer – I’m thankful for my wife, Jennifer, and my 3-month-old daughter, Liliana.  Oh, and my friends and family and awesome co-workers!

265846_10200947385664067_1901683698_oJimmy Murray – I am thankful for family, not because it is easy to say so, but because my gigantic family is out of this world cool and the biggest blessing in my life…also, PB & J sandwiches with almonds.

kirstinKirstin Dorsch – The holidays make me realize what a wonderful group of family and friends I have in my life, for which I am eternally grateful. The icing on the cake this year is I have added 7 more people to this group, with whom I spend more hours than most and have a rocking good time with. And I am always, always thankful for how much I am able to laugh each day with all the aforementioned folks 🙂

markMark Putong – I’m thankful that I get to work at a place that has such a talented team of people.

samSam Kreps – I’m most thankful for this new year in a new city with new people. For a guy who spent his past 23 years in Ohio, to move out and live on my own in such an amazing city and meet people as awesome as yourselves has been a great experience. Happy Thanksgiving everyone!

 

Now pass the gravy.

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