Austell, GA

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Jeff - Sales Representative

Hi, my name is Jeff. I am 26, originally from Charlotte, North Carolina but have resided in Atlanta, GA for the past 16 years. I obtained my General Studies degree from East Georgia State College and my Psychology degree from Georgia State University.

In my spare time I love hanging out outdoors and going on adventures with my best pal and companion Luke. He is my only dog, a Golden Retriever who lives for one thing only…the tennis ball! And me of course. I love working with animals and people, helping them through tough times when losing a pet.

I love my job because I get to take something horrible like losing your beloved pet and turning it into a beautiful memory to live by for you and your family.

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Ashley - Account Executive

Good Shepherd welcomed Ashley in February 2019. Raised on the northwest side of Atlanta, Ashley graduated with honors from Piedmont College with a dual degree in Biology and Chemistry, minors in Quantitative Analysis, Physical Science, and Music, and concurrently earned a Phlebotomy Certification in order to work in the medical field while earning her bachelors. She married the love of her life, Eric, in March 2010, and after spending several years in the medical device & biopharmaceutical testing industry, she spent a few dedicated years at home to start and raise her family.

One of Ashley’s passions is music, playing piano and singing on the worship team at church. When her children, Jackson and Lily, aren’t keeping her hands full, she also enjoys reading, gourmet cooking, crochet, and various sewing projects for YouAreLoved3:16 – a ministry that markets handmade items in order to provide socks and Christian outreach for the incarcerated. Having been through the personal devastation of pet loss in 2017, what Ashley loves most about working for Good Shepherd is helping others memorialize and honor their pets in their own special way and providing comfort and empathy during the sensitive time of losing a pet companion.