Client Support Associate
There was a time when Note realized that something key was missing. There was a jungle of scheduling, paperwork, and client relations inside our office, and no one to help us navigate it. We needed a really special kind of “glue” to hold us together. We needed Patty.
As a former middle school teacher, Patty is no stranger to managing a little chaos, so her role as a Client Support Associate for Note comes naturally. She’ll be your support here at Note: the voice you’ll hear when you call, the fingers typing back a reply when you email, and the happy smile to greet you when you visit our office.
Patty moved here to Buffalo with her boyfriend, currently serving with the Army in Niagara Falls. Be sure to say “hello!” next time you visit our office!
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