Renee Tittle - Project Assistant
What year did you join Baldwin & Shell?
What title changes have you had since coming to work for us?
What certifications, honors, or awards have you received?
Arkansas Notary Public
What is your specialty?
Organization - I enjoy organizing kitchens, closets and garages for others in my spare time.
What relationships have you built through Baldwin & Shell?
I have been able to renew relationships with contractors that I had while in the construction field years ago.
What is your favorite thing about working at Baldwin & Shell?
The family-friendly atmosphere, I look forward to coming to work every day.
Where did you attend college and what degree did you earn?
Black River Technical College; Business Data Processing and Computerized Accounting
What community affiliations are you involved with?
My husband and I offer foster parent support and mentor a teen that is aging out of the system.
What is your spouse's name?
How many children do you have?
How many grandchildren do you have?
What is your favorite book?
What is your favorite sport?
I love whatever my grandkids are playing.
What are your hobbies?
Reading and raising chickens.
What are two things you cannot live without?
My family and my faith.
Who do you admire most?
My mother who passed away at age 53. She left a great impact on everyone who knew her.
Where did you grow up?
St. Louis, Missouri and Marmaduke, Arkansas.
What is something that would surprise people about you?
I once packed for an entire seven day motorcycle trip in a backpack.
What kinds of pets do you have and what are their names?
1 dog - Ninja
3 rooster - Jimmy Buffet, Bob Marley and Ted Nugent
28 hens & 2 ducks - most of them have names.
What is your favorite color?
Red and lime green.
What is something you will not eat?
Oysters; tried them once but NEVER again.
What has been your biggest accomplishment in life?
Raising my children to adulthood.
What is your biggest pet peeve?
Slow drivers in the left lane.
What motivates you?
Simply waking up every day. I do not take it for granted.