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Steve Wescoe

Steve Wescoe

Personal Lines Account Manager

steve@oianc.com
704-510-8884 Ext. 4
Fun and Insightful Q&A’s – Get to Know a Little About Me

What do you like MOST about what you do at O’Connor Insurance?

Educating people on why they need insurance and how it can help them when something tragic happens.

Where did you go to college?

Wilkes University in Wilkes-Barre, PA

What do you love most about Charlotte?

The weather most years we still get all the 4 seasons and when it snows it will melt by noon most times.

Family

Wife, Lindsay and Son, Colten

Little know fact/story about you

Most people don’t know that I sleep with my eyes open. My eyes will close about halfway so if you look at me when I am sleeping you can be mistaken that I am still awake.

Something in your office that is unusual or interesting

A 20-year-old printer that still works and better than most printers purchased new.

Your hobbies

Running, Hiking, Basketball

Pets

We have a 15-year-old cockapoo named Mercedez

Things you love

The hotdog eating contact on the 4th of July. I will schedule my day around it.

Things you fear

Heights not all heights but when I feel that I could fall off the edge if there was a strong wind.

Your bucket list

Drive across the country.

Something you collect

Collect or refuse to get rid of? Growing up we all collected baseball and basketball cards. I had about 17 boxes of them up until last year when I went through and got rid of about 10 boxes. The last 7 made the final cut that I could not get rid of yet.

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