Karin has been a notary since 2006. She was inspired to become one by her mother.
“My disabled mother, who required a notary, lived in a rural area. No one would come out to meet with her. I took her to the nearest bank 10 miles away and they refused to help her because she was not a customer there. It broke my heart to see the expression on my mother’s face. I took her to another location and they helped her but after that day I researched how to become a notary public and vowed to help out seniors and others who cannot travel.”
Being a notary has been a rewarding experience for Karin on many levels.
“It’s knowing that I have protected someone’s transaction, data, and ensured that they are smiling when I depart,” says Karin, “as well as allowing them the freedom and comfort of meeting in a location they choose.”
Many times, during life as a notary, time is of the essence. When it is, Karin is prepared to step up.
“In 2019, a Title company in Phoenix AZ needed an urgent delivery of originals to meet their deadline. So, I personally drove the 2.5 hours and delivered the original executed documents myself.”
Being professional is something Karin aims to be every day.
“Even when the day is tough or something may be out of balance in your own life, every client deserves to be treated with old-fashioned concern, care, respect and service.”