As a 2019 Special Honoree attending the NNA Conference this year, I want to first and foremost thank God. I’d also like to say ‘Thank you’ to all who have fostered my upbringing and paved the way for this achievement. I wouldn’t have a business without you. In a previous post I featured the 2019 National Notary of the Year, Judy Chapman. Today, I’d like to highlight the other two Special Honorees headed to the Conference in St. Louis Missouri.
Catherine Colón of Florida, having been a notary for only a mere six (6) years has made waves in the notary community. You can read about her by clicking on her photo below.
Roger Rill of Ohio, a U.S. Naval Veteran has been in the notary arena for the past 41 years and has unconcerted experience under his belt. You can read more about Roger Rill by clicking on his photo below.
Again, thank you for the opportunity to grace the stage with these awesome Notaries and I look forward to meeting many colleagues in other states that I’ve never met in person.
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