Team Member Spotlight: Cheryl Jelinek, Community Sales Manager
July 23, 2020
Meet Cheryl Jelinek, Community Sales Manager at our Conestoga Community in Ault. Cheryl has been with Baessler Homes for nearly 4 years and is a cherished member of our team. You can likely find her planning a fun get together for our team or the homebuyers in her community. To know her is to truly love her and we're so glad to have her as part of our Baessler family!
1. Do you have any special talents or hobbies?
Golf, training/working/competing with my Samoyeds, tole painting/crafts, gardening, cooking.
2. What is your favorite color?
3. Beach or mountains?
4. What is your favorite trip that you’ve been on?
5. If you could live anywhere, where would it be and why?
Canada (Alberta). We vacationed in Alberta, Canada and loved the hikes, the golf, the aqua colored lakes from the glaciers, the weather, fewer people and no traffic.
6. Favorite book?
Hope Rising, by Kim Meeder
7. If money was no object, what would you do all day?
Fly to Finland, stay at Kakslauttanen Arctic Resort in glass igloos to watch the Aurora Borealis all day and night.
8. What is the next place on your travel bucket list and why?
Sweden/Germany/Belgium/Denmark to visit friends and past exchange students.
9. Favorite kind of ice cream?
Mocha almond fudge
10. What was the first concert that you went to?
John Denver at Moby Gym
11. If you could change your name, what would you choose?
Cherrelyn (My grandfather drove a well-known horse assisted streetcar in Littleton named The Cherrelyn, which is in a museum in Littleton.)
12. Share a unique fact about yourself.
My husband and I have played Santa and Mrs. Claus for over 30 years.
13. Flashback to when you were ten years old. What did you want to be when you grow up?
A pilot in the Air Force
14. What is the craziest thing you’ve done?
Went to Sweden to buy a car – European Delivery and ended up with Sweden friends and a God-child.
15. What is your proudest achievement?
39 years of marriage and a Master’s Degree in Gerontology