Rodeo Queen Thank You

“Stahancyk, Kent and Hook,
Thank you for inviting me into your office to meet everyone and the wonderful jacket! Everyone was very nice and the interior design was fantastic! Also thanks for these thank you cards, my business cards and autograph sheets. They are all very useful! See you soon.
Queen Jenna Jacobsen”

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A few Rodeo Thank You’s

Jody,
Thank you so much for giving us the opportunity to earn so much money for our upcoming season. You are so generous to our program and continue all the years of support that you and your Dad have given us over the past 15 years. Your time, financial support, and Joel have been a huge part of our recent successes. We will be bringing home a 6th state championship! Thanks again,
The Cowgirls, Rosie + Jerry

Hi Jody,
I really enjoyed our chat — thank you so much for all your insight — you are a truly amazing lady. You are my favorite cowgirl!
Jerry

Enjoyed seeing Seth and his baby girl ~ (So Cute!) You do know how to put on a party! We enjoyed every minute of it. Thank you so much!
Deane & Mary Leigh

Jody,
Your kindness is greatly appreciated.

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Crooked River Roundup Queen Visits Office

Jenna Jacobsen, the Crooked River Roundup Queen, stopped by the Bend office this morning. As a thank you for representing Crook County and SK&H, Joel Kent presented Jenna with a beautiful Pendleton coat that Jody Stahancyk picked out especially for her. Jenna couldn’t believe it when she opened the package and you can tell by the picture below that she looks great in it.

With the Roundup now just over a week away, Jenna said she is really looking forward to meeting the rest of the firm at the Roundup Party/Queens Luncheon at the Stahancyk House.

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25 Years of Success for Jody Stahancyk!

Jody founded the firm in 1986 and, thanks to her guidance and vision, has seen it progress to where it is today. Congratulations to Jody for reaching this momentous landmark and here’s to many more to come.

Check out the photos of Jody’s specially decorated office below.

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Animals of a Sagebrush Ranch

In 1912, forty-year-old Alice Day Pratt independently homesteaded 160 acres in Crook County. After nearly twenty years of teaching in Central Oregon she left for New York and published her experiences in books and national magazines. In 1931 she published the children’s book Animals of a Sagebrush Ranch due to her love of animals and the outdoors. (more…)

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