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Employee Spotlight: Stacy Zales

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Stacy Zales joined the Marshall, Parker & Weber team in October of 2010. She currently serves as the firm’s Community Outreach Coordinator and is responsible for a multitude of marketing duties at the firm. Stacy schedules the firm’s educational seminars and speaking events and also handles all of the firms advertising. Stacy enjoys her job and has enjoyed the challenge of expanding her knowledge in advertising and marketing.

Stacy was raised in Picture Rocks, PA and graduated from Hughesville High School. She has been married for 22 years to her husband Joe. Stacy and Joe spent the first half of their married life together moving around the country while he served in the Submarine Force of the US Navy. Their first duty station as a married couple was San Diego and although it was a big change for Stacy to move from a small town to the big city of San Diego, she loved it. In San Diego, their favorite thing to do was watch the sun set into the Pacific Ocean at Sunset Cliffs.

Groton, CT, was Stacy’s favorite duty station. There, she became very active in the Family Support Group for the USS SPRINGFIELD and served as President for three years helping family members deal with various issues while the their loved one was deployed. While in Groton, Stacy loved being able to drive up to Boston for the day to catch a Red Sox Game. The family also spent some time in Naples, Italy, which gave them the opportunity to visit the city of Pompeii and hike Mount Vesuvius. (Stacy’s son was 10 at the time and very disappointed that there was no hot lava bubbling in the volcano).

Stacy now resides in Montoursville, with her husband, son Derek (19 years old), and daughter Avery (14 years old), and dogs Otis (basset hound) and Penny (black lab). Otis always provides office entertainment when Stacy tells the tales of his mischief!

Stacy is very active in her children’s athletic activities and spends a lot of her time off travelling with her daughter, Avery, to soccer tournaments on the east coast. She has been known to be “that crazy soccer mom” on occasion. Stacy likes to get back to New England and thinks the train is the best way to go. When she has some free time, Stacy also enjoys antiquing, campfires and a good book.