Place of employment (what do you do & where?): Bread of Life – A Free Community Kitchen, Jazzylvania and Southern Exposure radio show host, and innkeeper at the
Red Lion Inn
You’re a trivia expert on Rosman, etc… how did this come about? From Rosman .. Dad was scientist at Tracking Station when it opened … Mom and Dad opened the Red Lion Inn originally.
How did you get involved with Bread of Life? Issues with poverty
How can people lend their support to Bread of Life?
3 ways: money, time, or food
What’s new going on down at Red Lion Inn?
Return of Marc Yaxley and alcohol sales maybe for weddings
Tell us something that people would be surprised to learn about you? From Rosman. Grew up in southeast Asia, first career was as a lighting designer in D.C. and New York and Chicago.
Michael biking around in his white squirrel costume!
Tell us more about your love of music and your show on WSQL! JAZZYLVANIA… I am the only guy in Rosman who hates the banjo so I work to keep that crap off the air as much as possible. Holding the front lines.
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Place of employment (what do you do & where?): Elements Spa, Brevard: Healing Facilitator, Energy Healing (Board Certified) & Massage Therapist (Board Certified). Olivon USA, sole distributor for the United States (Sales, marketing, & distribution)
Of all the work you’re involved with, which one is the most important to you? The energy healing and healing facilitation work.
What attracted you to energy healing? After being diagnosed with advanced prostate cancer, a friend and business partner in a nutraceutical business offered to help. She was also an energy healer and had healed herself of several debilitating diseases. She made recommendations to my diet, supplementation and lifestyle. In two instances, she assisted me in shrinking tumors that were sizable to the point where the doctors could not find them anymore. A “light” went off inside me and I thought, “this is what I want to do”, and the rest is, as they say, history.
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Children: Bella, 9 and Mady, 5
Place of employment: I am the County Manager for Transylvania County
Where did you grow up? Just over the county line in Etowah.
What is something people would be surprised to learn about you? I test as an introvert! I enjoy getting to know people and find hearing where different people are coming from fascinating, but I always need my downtime alone or with my family to recharge. My dad always tested that way too, but was a public official as well. He said we are introverts adapting to an extroverted world.
Jaime with family: Geoff, Bella & Mady
When you’re not working, how do you like to spend your free time? My time outside work is spent with my family. We love to hike, fish, swim, hang out together at home… any time spent with Geoff and the kids is special even when we have nothing particular planned. I’ve grown up trout fishing so occasionally some time in the middle of the river is needed to unwind.
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Name: Tina Eno, Tina Suiter, Tina Eno Suiter…. depends on what I’m doing. Legally – Tina Eno Suiter
Place of employment (what do you do & where?): Membership and Marketing Director, Burlingame Country Club Musician – wherever they will have me
How/when did your love of music begin? I started singing with my two older sisters when I was in the 3rd grade…playing guitar at 11.
Which artists do you love the most? (never tire of hearing?) Beatles, James Taylor, The Band, Vince Gill, Bruce Robison
Do you have a web site? I’m on reverbnation.com and youtube. TinaEno.com is under construction.
Where do you get your inspiration for your songwriting? Personal experience and things people say. Music-wise, who have people compared you to? Seems most people say, “You’re very different…” which I like. But sometimes I hear Anne Murray, Stevie Nicks (I hate that one), Janis Joplin
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