PEOPLE AT WORK - Rachel Sorg

Rachel Sorg, 21, of Norwalk. Immediate family: Owen Sorg, husband.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 24, 2010

Rachel Sorg, 21, of Norwalk.

Immediate family: Owen Sorg, husband.

Education: 2003 graduate of Clyde High School and 2005 Malone College.

Occupation: Youth Pastor (along with my husband) of Reigning Word Fellowship. I lead the church youth group (along with my husband), called Fire 24.7 on Sunday and Thursday nights.

What was your first job?: Accounts payable assistant at Seneca Medical in Tiffin at $6.25 an hour.

Dumbest customer request or question? I used to work at a deli and the dumbest question was when people asked me the price of an item when the price tag was right in front of them.

Most embarrassing moment at work? My first day working in a deli, because I kept forgetting what I was doing, so I kept leaving half finished orders laying around.

What is your dream job? To work at a church full-time as a youth pastor.

The most challenging part of my job is: Trying to be creative all the time.

Most rewarding?: Hanging out with teenagers and talking about God.

Most unique habit: Talking back to political talk shows, because I'm a political junkie, (I somehow think they'll hear me).

Biggest pet peeve? When people stop talking in the middle of their sentences.

Biggest guilty pleasure? I love country music.

Most embarrassing part of your CD collection: Nothing, because I have good taste in music!

Favorite childhood memory: Flying in an airplane with my dad. My happiest childhood moments are when I'm flying with Dad.

Best thing about living in Norwalk? It's a very clean town and there are so many parks.

Biggest complaint? The stoplights are inconsistent.

What do you like to do when not working? Sing, draw, read a lot and watch movies.

What's been the best car you've ever owned? An '89 baby blue Buick LeSabre.

How do you get off the phone with a telemarketer? Politely tell them I'm not interested, or hang up on them.

What do you do for exercise? Resistance training, not often enough.

What's your favorite recreational activity? Going up to the lake because the water is relaxing.

How do you relieve stress? Sleep and read.

Name your favorite place to eat: Casa Fiesta.

What's your favorite song and why?: The hymn "Come Thou Fount," the arrangement, words and melody are beautiful.

In high school, everyone thought I: Was a nerd.

The best advice I ever got was: To never forget where you come from.

People would be surprised to know that I: Want to be a writer someday.