Debbie has been with Williford Houston & Co. since July 2012. Her Executive Assistant responsibilities include administrative tasks and processing tax returns, and she firmly believes in doing the right thing the first time so she does not have to repeat it.
Before joining the firm, Debbie worked as a Legal Assistant doing research and title work. She also has experience with loan refinancing and as a medical receptionist. At one time, Debbie also worked as a flight attendant.
Debbie has taken courses in Medical Administration from CFCC, as well as Accounting courses at UNC-W. She volunteers her time with Habitat for Humanity, VERPA-VA, and the Salvation Army.
When away from the office, Debbie enjoys spending time with family and friends and going to the beach. She also likes participating in activities like ceramics, painting, swimming, reading and walking.
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