Jessica Pearce

Jessica Pearce Traffic Manager

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Jessica loves books and has an appreciation for well-crafted beer.

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After spending nearly four years living abroad, my husband and I relocated to Montgomery in October 2016. I’ve been part of the Stamp family since February 2017, and I’ve loved every minute of my time here. I recently earned my Masters degree in Communications, I have deep love for the written word and am an avid reader and fledgling writer. Travel is close to my heart, and I try to visit a new place at least once a year. Having not grown up in the south, Montgomery has carved out a place in my heart, and I’m excited to see how the city continues to develop over the next few years.

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Favorite quote: “Because in the end, you won’t remember the time you spent working in the office or mowing your lawn. Climb that goddamn mountain.” -Jack Kerouac

Why I love the business: Every day is different

Favorite music: depends on the weather

My travel essential: Sunglasses and at least 2 books

Back in the day I had a fire engine red pixie cut.

Trashy TV addiction: Grey’s Anatomy. I can’t help myself.

Where I like to make my mark: In the kitchen.

I want to Stamp out: Bullying

Honk if you love: Ben & Jerry’s Chocolate Fudge Brownie ice cream.

Four words that describe me would be: Sarcastic, Pragmatic, Observant, and Patient.

Once aspired to be… When I was four, I aspired to be my neighborhood’s ice cream truck driver. Dream big, kids.

My spare time is spent: Reading, baking and spending time with my family

Favorite travel/vacation experience: In 2016, my husband and I took my parents to Germany. While traveling, we discovered we were only 30 minutes away from the town my mother grew up in and decided to make a detour. While reliving old memories, my mom stopped to take a photo in front of the house she grew up in. While doing so, the current occupant started a conversation with us from the 2nd floor window. After conversing with my mom, the lady tossed down her house keys to let us in for a visit. As it turns out, she used to babysit my mother as a child and knew my grandparents very well. Over the course of the next two hours, my mom learned a lot more about her family history and was able to reconnect with family she had lost touch with when she emigrated from Germany 30 years ago. It was a really emotional and touching experience that I’ll never forget.

Raving about: Trappist Rochefort 10.

I make: a damn good cinnamon-swirl coffee cake

Best advice received: Never jump to conclusions. Always show kindness and compassion.

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