The Reporter E-Letter – April 2013

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The Reporter E-Letter – April 2013

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April 2013

From the President

First, I’d like to wish you a Happy Administrative Professionals Day, which you will be celebrating on the 24th of this month. We know how important your role is, both to the attorneys directly and to your firm’s productivity. You are heavily relied upon to keep things organized and efficient, and, for that, we commend you!

We tailor The Reporter to include information that can help you in some way with your responsibilities in litigation support, and we hope you give us your feedback or send us information that has helped you so that it can benefit our readers.

Best regards,
Sheila Atkinson-Baker

Capturing the Spoken Word and Each Other’s Hearts

By Linda Smolkin

When we think of couples, more than a few come to mind. Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz. Sonny and Cher. John Lennon and Yoko Ono. In the court reporting world, we have several couples who have captured the spoken word — and each other’s hearts. Some have met while on the job, others through mutual friends, and some even while visiting an online forum. Whether they’ve been together for decades or just met within the past few years, these court reporting couples have made a mark in the industry and have been there for each other along the way.

Louise Becker and Tim Regis

Louise Becker, RMR, CRR, CBC, CCP, and Tim Regis, RPR, met when they were in court reporting school in 1988. Becker started freelance reporting in 1990 and is a broadcast captioner for her local ABC affiliate. Regis, who currently works as an official court reporter at his local courthouse, followed Becker’s footsteps by joining the profession in 1993. Looking back, they realized they had a lot in common, such as a similar sense of humor, religion, work ethic, and financial compatibility.

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