Tricia Moffitt, Associate Agent, Rolland & Associates
Tricia is an associate agent here at Rolland and Associates and her primary role is helping our new customers get the best coverage possible. You'll see Tricia at our Rolland and Associates booths at community events around the Powell and Dublin area all year long - look for her at the Powell Street Markets and Powell Fest coming up in the next few months. She would love to say hello!
What was your first job?
"My first job was working at TSC (Tractor Supply Company) on Route 23, just north of Delaware when I was 16. Not only was I a cashier and helped to restock all the farm supplies, but I got to wear a sweet red mesh vest!"
How long have you been in the insurance industry?
"I've been working at Rolland & Associates since October of 2018 and got my Property and Casualty license in February of 2019."
What is your favorite zoo animal?
"I have very vivid memories of the polar bears back in the 1970's at the Columbus Zoo. when they brought back Polar Frontier, I was probably the most excited person in Columbus! I LOVE watching them swim, play and fish in their zoo habitat and the babies we've been blessed with is like the icing on my happiness cake!"
What is the furthest you have ever traveled?
"Several years ago, my 96 year old grandmother passed away. she had emigrated to the US from Yorkshire, England when my dad was 16 yeas old. We took her ashes back to her beloved Yorkshire and spent 2 glorious weeks in the UK. We spent a few days in London and then the south of England, then took the train to Yorkshire and spent the remainder of the time with family, revisiting all the places of meaning to my Nana. It was a beautiful, soul-healing trip."
What is something you think everyone should do at least once in their lives?
"I love music, so I think everyone should see a live performance of their favorite artist! My husband, son and I go to Sonic Temple (formerly Rock on the Range) every year. It's really for my heavy-metal-loving spouse but I have a blast people watching and getting caught up in the energy and passion of the live performances. It's therapeutic!"