On the Clock: Brittney Paré | SummitDaily.com

On the Clock: Brittney Paré

Jennifer HarperSummit Daily News
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Frisco resident Brittney Paré’s work with moms-to-be at Summit OB/GYN in Frisco is preparing her for one of her life’s non-work-related goals.”I do want to have kids,” Paré said. “I want to have a big family.”Paré doesn’t come from a large family herself with only two brothers.She is the business office manager at Summit OB/GYN and enjoys working with the pregnant women that come into the office. “All of our pregnant moms are really excited about their pregnancy when they come in,” Paré said. “It’s great to just have a little part in it.” While this 25-year-old may not be ready to start her family just yet, she’s already honing her domestic skills.”My friends’ nickname for me is Martha Stewart, because I cook and sew and like to garden,” Paré said.

What do you like best about your job?”I like everybody I work with. We have a really great staff here. And I love the pregnant moms.”What do you do when you’re not working?”I snowboard and fly fish. I hang out with my boyfriend, Jeremy, and my golden retriever, Solson. We go rafting in Buena Vista. I just enjoy Summit County.”What brought you to Summit County?

“The classic Summit County story: I came here for a vacation and never left.”What would be your dream job?”I would like to start a fly fishing school for inner city children and underprivileged children and teach them how to fly fish in Colorado.”What’s something people would be surprised to know about you?”I’m addicted to horrible teenage drama television shows like ‘The O.C.’ and ‘Saved by the Bell’ reruns. And I love monster truck rallies.”

Brittney ParéPosition: Business office managerEmployer: High Country Health Care Summit OB/GYNTime at job: Three yearsTime in county: Seven yearsOriginally from: South Londonderry, Vt.

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