Jessica Pearce

Jessica Pearce Traffic Manager

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Jessica loves books and has an appreciation for well-crafted beer.

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After spending three years living abroad, my husband and I relocated to Montgomery in October 2016. I came to Stamp on a whim, and David was kind enough to meet with me. Clearly wowing him with my wit and endless talent (okay, maybe that’s not quite how it went!), he offered me a position, and I couldn’t be happier! I have a deep love for the written word and am an avid reader and fledgling writer. Grateful to be here and enjoying every minute discovering what Montgomery has to offer, I’m looking forward to what the next few years have in store as the city continues to grow.

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Favorite quote:
“Because in the end, you won’t remember the time you spent working in the office or mowing your lawn. Climb that goddamn mountain.”
-Jack Kerouac

Why I love the business:
The people!

Favorite music:
Tom Petty, The Cranberries, AC/DC, Pink Floyd, Kansas, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Joan Jett – my musical taste is all over the place.

My travel essential:
Sunglasses and a selection of books.

Back in the day I had a fire engine red pixie cut.

Trashy TV addiction:
Grey’s Anatomy. I can’t help myself.

Where I like to make my mark:
In the kitchen.

I want to Stamp out:
Bullying.

Honk if you love:
Ben & Jerry’s Chocolate Fudge Brownie ice cream.

Four words that describe me would be:
Sarcastic, Pragmatic, Observant, and Patient.

Once aspired to be…
When I was four, I stood up among my fellow kindergarteners who all wanted to be doctors and astronauts and stated that I aspired to be my neighborhood’s ice cream truck driver. Dream big, kids.

My spare time is spent:
Reading.

Favorite travel/vacation experience:
Last year, my husband and I took my parents to Germany. While traveling, we discovered we were only 30 minutes away from the town my mother grew up in and decided to make a detour. While reliving old memories, my mom stopped to take a photo in front of the house she grew up in. While doing so, the current occupant started shouting at us from the window about taking random photos of her home. After my mom explained herself, the lady tossed down her house keys to let us in for a visit. As it turns out, she used to babysit my mother as a child and knew my grandparents very well. Over the course of the next two hours, my mom learned a lot more about her family history and was able to reconnect with family she had lost touch with when she emigrated from Germany 30 years ago. It was a really emotional and touching experience that I’ll never forget.

Raving about:
Trappist Rochefort 10.

I make:
Eating a whole pizza by myself look like child’s play.

Best advice received:
“Never jump to conclusions, and always show kindness and compassion.”

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