Parker County Today April 2018 - Page 54

Continued from page 48 member. Tiffany Bagwell PCT: What would you most like to be remembered for? TB: I hope people remember me as a person who counts my blessings. God has shown me time and time again in my life that there is always something to be thankful for because of His goodness. Tiffany is the Clerk of the Court for the Weatherford Municipal Court. PCT: If you could have lunch with any one, either living or dead from history, who would it be?  TB: Marie Antoinette. I love French history and the period of time during which she was the queen of France.  PCT: If you had to do another job than what you’re doing, what would you do?  TB: Teach high school French. PCT: How did you get into your occupation? TB: I have a Bachelor of Arts in Government, with a legal emphasis, from Texas Woman’s University. The judicial branch of government has always been of interest to me and my previous work experience in the legal field made my transition to the court a natural one. PCT: What is your favorite novel? TB: My favorite novels are Pride and Prejudice and Sense and Sensibility by Jane Austen and Jane Erye by Charlotte Bronte. PCT: What do you do to decompress? TB: I love a hot bath at the end of a long day. When the weather is nice, I like to work in the yard weeding, pruning or planting. I also love to listen to music.  52 PCT: What is something people don’t know about you? TB: I know the lyrics to just about any song from any genre (with the exception of rap) from the 1950s to now. Also, Sean Lowe, from ABC’s The Bachelor, is a distant cousin (our grandfathers are brothers). Magnolia House, the Bed and Breakfast by Chip and Joanna Gains from HGTV’s Fixer Upper, was owned by a family PCT: What is your impact to Parker County? TB: My impact to Parker County is public service. I was employed in Weatherford Independent School District for eight years before I moved into city government with the City of Weatherford four years ago. I’ve met some wonderful people in Parker County through my interactions with the public. PCT: What is your definition of the best day ever?  TB: My best day ever would include sleeping late, a big brunch with family, a warm day driving with the windows down an d radio turned up, and watching my son play baseball. PCT: What’s the best piece of advice you would give?  TB: Treat others the way you want to be treated.  PCT: What is your favorite novel? RA: My favorite novel is anything Nicholas Sparks, Jonathan Kellerman and James Patterson. PCT: What do you do to decompress? RA: I decompress by working on my family genealogy, crochet or just watching movies. PCT: What is something people don’t know about you? RA: What people might not know about me is I enjoy going to Memphis, TN, enjoying great BBQ and listening to awesome Blues music. PCT: What would you most like to be remembered for? RA: What I most like to be remem- bered for is my passion for law enforcement in helping others, both citizens and other police communica- tion officers. PCT: If you could have lunch with any one, either living or dead from history, who would it be?  RA: The person from history I would love to have lunch with is Teddy Roosevelt. Robin D. Adair Robin is a Police Communications Officer with the Weatherford Police Department. PCT: If you had to do another job other than what you’re doing, what would you do?  RA: My other job would be Certified Firearms Instructor. PCT: How did you get into your occupation? RA: I got into my occupation on March 31,1993 (this year is my 25th anniversary). I come from a law enforcement family. I had plenty of influence. PCT: What is your impact to Parker County? RA: My impact to Parker County would be helping others. Answering 911 and administrative calls, sending police and the fire department to the calls they are needed on. Educating