I’m the face you’ll see when visiting the Hopkinsville Office, and I can’t wait to meet you!
Prior to joining Crow Estate Planning & Probate, I worked for nearly twenty years alongside Lucius P. Hawes, Jr. where I gained experience handling civil cases, including Kentucky and Tennessee personal injury, automobile accident, workers compensation, and social security disability claims. But I must say that since joining Mr. Crow’s firm, this is exactly where I should be. I truly enjoy meeting all the families, and I work with some pretty amazing people.
I was born and raised in Hopkinsville, Kentucky. While I spent a short period of time living in Clarksville, I ultimately moved back to Hopkinsville. Over the past few years, I have really enjoyed watching this city grow and I happily call it home. It’s amazing to see downtown be revamped with new restaurants and boutiques, bringing an area back to life. Hopkinsville has really improved and offers an array of events. If you haven’t visited recently, I invite you to come and try The Mixer. They have so many delicious options and a weekly special. You should also try Baked, which recently opened and has all sorts of different pastries to choose from. My favorite are the macarons!
Outside of my career, my husband Matthew and I have been blessed with two young men, Peyton James and Jackson Pryce. Most of my free time is dedicated to my family and we do almost everything together. We enjoy attending our children’s sporting events, cheering on the Tennessee Titans, seeing local plays and concerts, being outdoors, and family barbeques. I also enjoy a great comedy show or movie, since laughter is the best medicine. Give me a good dad joke any day of the week!
My biggest influence in life would have to be my mother. Unfortunately, I lost her when I was twenty-three and didn’t realize how much she influenced me until afterward. As a single parent, she was always striving to make sure we had what was needed and oftentimes going without, so we were well taken care of. She was absolutely the strongest person I know and taught me that in this game we call life, I could accomplish anything I put my mind to. I’d like to think I inherited my strength and go get ‘em attitude from her.