People at Work

Casey Masser, 20, Norwalk Immediate family: mother Diane, father Barry, brother Mark.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 25, 2010

Casey Masser, 20, Norwalk

Immediate family: mother Diane, father Barry, brother Mark.

Education: 2005 St. Paul High School graduate; attended BGSU Firelands for two years.

Occupation: Christian Roberts Salon receptionist for the last three months.

What exactly do you do? I satisfy the needs of our customers.

What was your first job? How much were you paid? Hostess at Bob Evans for $5.75/hour.

Dumbest customer request? When I was a waitress, someone ordered a cheeseburger with no cheese.

Most embarrassing moment at work? I dumped a tray of drinks on a customer once.

What is your dream job? A career in the forensic science field.

The most challenging part of my job is: Multi-tasking.

Most rewarding? Getting to know customers on a personal level and cashing my check.

Most unique habit: Saying goodbye to my dogs every day.

Biggest pet peeve? People who snore.

Biggest guilty pleasure? Coffee in the morning.

Most embarrassing part of your CD collection: was a Spice Girls CD.

Favorite childhood memory: Allison and I sleeping on the bow of my parents' boat coming home from the islands. Life felt perfect then.

Best thing about living in Norwalk? It's where my family lives and knowing practically everyone.

Biggest complaint? Not having a mall.

What do you like to do when you're not working? Have a fire with my friends.

What's been the best car you've ever owned? A 1999 Malibu I've only owned two (cars).

How do you get off the phone with a telemarketer? I don't answer in the first place.

What do you do for exercise? Walk my dogs as often as I can.

What's your favorite recreational/leisure activity and why? Boating during the summer.

How do you relieve stress? My mom lets me vent to her.

Name your favorite place to eat: Red Lobster.

What's your favorite song and why?: "Last Dance" with Mary Jane by Tom Petty. Tom Petty is the best!

In high school, everyone thought I: was very outspoken.

The best advice I ever got was: "Keep smiling" from my grandpa.

People would be surprised to know I: enjoy cooking.

My dream house would have: a big yard with lots of dogs.

A movie everyone should see is: "Breach" because it is a true story about an American spy and is very intense.