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John McLeod

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  • Where you were born and where you live now? 

    • I was born in Burnsville, MN, and now live in Champlin, MN

    Years in the industry?

    • I recently began my career in August of 2019, so nearly 9 months on the job now! I still have much to learn, but I’m a quick learner.

    Educational background?

    • I graduated from Lakeville South High School in 2010. A few years later I entered Normandale Community College for 1 year, then transferred to the University of Minnesota. While there, I attended to College of Liberal Arts, where I got a degree in History.

    Family background?

    • I was born into a large family, that currently lives all over the globe, including: the United States, China, the Philippines, and Israel. I am the oldest of 4 children, and have three sisters: Katie, Jennifer, and Sarah. Three out of the four of us have attended, and graduated from the University of Minnesota, with one (Sarah) still in her Sophomore year.

    Favorite hobbies?

    • Exercise, Reading, History, Travel, Watching various genres of movies, Driving my car, and occasionally making a complicated meal.

    Interesting Fact About Me: 

    • I have moved 9 times in my life, with 7 of them being nearly, or more than 1,000 miles. I have been to 4 countries outside of the United States: Kyrgyzstan, Afghanistan, South Africa, and Israel.

    Why you like working for 1st Source, and what you think makes us different from our competitors.  

    • Everyone here is held to a high set of standards, with the expectation(s) that they will hit their goals and perform with tenacity, persistence, and determination. All who work here are high-quality individuals that care deeply for the company's success, and I couldn't ask for a better team. With these standards comes: great and reliable pay, a professional working environment, rewards and promotions for exceptional work ethic and performance, as well as the rare ability to be treated as an adult. In addition, while everyone here works, and acts as a cohesive team, they’re retain their individual identities, and are treated as people, unlike many of our employers who use and discard their employees with alarming regularity

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