To the readers of the Murfreesboro Post….Thank you!
Kathy Bennett has served the Rutherford County community and its citizens for over 16 years in customer relations with respected locally-owned businesses such as Reeves-Sain and Family Staffing Solutions, Inc. Kathy has served in Client Relations & Services over the past 5 years with Family Staffing Solutions Inc., which offers award winning in-home, non-medical care, needs and assistance to the elderly. As the company liaison for all clients, Kathy maintains excellent client relations while keeping company/state required information updated and current for offices based in Murfreesboro, Nashville, Shelbyville, and surrounding communities.
Kathy currently serves on the RUTHERFORD Cable Special Events Committee. Her passion is and always will be people. Kathy will celebrate 30 years of marriage this year with husband Rick and is the mother of daughter Denise, stepson Les, two wonderful grandchildren and another grand baby on the way!
From the local Nashville Business Journal…
Along with other influential business women Becci Bookner was selected and honored as one of Murfreesboro Magazine‘s, Woman in Business recipients. With the Rutherford County achievers and community supporters and friends, a luncheon was held at the Stones River Country Club in Murfreesboro on March 1, 2012, to recognize these important business people. This annual event presented by the magazine was open to the public and well-attended.
Nashville Business Journal’s Women of Influence
Becci Bookner attended the Nashville Business Journal’s “Woman of Influence” event, held at Loews Vanderbilt Hotel in Nashville. Nashville Business Journal invited Becci to judge the 2012 Women of Influence. She was the recipient of the 2011 award in the ‘Entrepreneur’ category. In thanking Becci for her assistance in the selection of the candidates and winners, the Editor, Lance Williams said, ”Your input was invaluable and you chose a great group of winners and finalists.” When told the Business Journal planned to highlight ”the group of judges in this year’s program,” Becci Bookner said, “Family Staffing Solutions, Inc., is proud to represent our community and be associated with the Nashville Business Journal.” Becci added, “It was not an easy task because there are many worthy women executives to choose from in the greater Nashville Metropolitan area.”
“Santa Claus is a Senior Citizen” by Nancy DeGennero, Rutherford County’s Daily News Journal, December 2, 2011:
“Although he’s a big hero for many a child, he’s also the “ultimate icon” of Christmas for all ages — especially for the “aging olders” — if you really think about it, said local author and entrepreneur Becci Bookner. ”He’s a bit too heavy, he has a round waist, white hair, but he’s such a symbol of joy,” said Bookner, a former educator who recently published “Something about Christmas.”
The book, which is small enough to fit neatly in a purse, imparts wit and wisdom Santa can teach us. “He sees the worst and he sees the best, yet he maintains that a plate of cookies and a glass of milk can solve a lot of problems,” Bookner joked. “Of all the holidays, Christmas is probably the happiest. But for a lot of people, it’s the time of year they get depressed,” said Bookner, who owns Family Staffing Solutions Inc., a company that provides care and assistance for the aging. Loss of loved ones, distance from family, isolation, in this book, the author encourages readers to remember the enthusiasm Santa embodies and translate it to the “Christmas within us.” “If you don’t have family here, there are still things you can do to have joy … and find other ways to celebrate the season,” Bookner said. Don’t get caught up in the “entrapment” of gifting.
Another section of the book is a collection of inspirational sayings she has appreciated over the years. Bookner hopes these will stick with readers, from “smile more often” to “opportunities are everywhere; find them.” “Sometimes one-liners are more powerful than two or three paragraphs,” she said. More of this story can be found onhttp://www.dnj.com/ website.
Family Staffing Solutions and Alzheimer’s Early Detection Alliance
Caregiving for a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia is one of the greatest challenges facing our maturing families, but it doesn’t have to be a lonely one. Family Staffing Solutions has joined the “Alzheimer’s Early Detection Alliance (AEDA)” and our Nashville Caregivers are headed towards Dementia certification. Family Staffing Solutions, Inc. has been named an official AEDA champion and you can find a link to our offices on their webpage, www.alz.org/AEDA. The national AEDA organization said, “We commend you and your organization for supporting the Alzheimer’s Association and your choice to actively increase awareness about Alzheimer’s disease; the importance of early detection and the 10 warning signs.”
Trey Webber, Director of our Nashville office contact will be happy to discuss this new program and the 10 warning signs of early dementia with you. Family Staffing Solutions, Inc. never stops working for our clients and a member of our staff can be reached 24 hours a day.
Local Physician Will Make House Calls To Clients of Family Staffing Solutions, Inc.
New service reintroduces delivery of healthcare in the home
Murfreesboro, TN–Well-known Murfreesboro physician, Dr. Jim Garner, has expanded his practice to include house calls for clients of Family Staffing Solutions, Inc. on an exclusive basis announced Becci Bookner, president and CEO of Family Staffing Solutions, Inc. of Murfreesboro. Bookner believes that Family Staffing Solutions is the first personal care company in Tennessee to provide this service to its clients through an alliance with a private medical practitioner. Continue reading →