Reinitz comes to the Trigg County position from Hopkinsville, where she has been working for Randstad Staffing Agency. “Randstad puts people to work doing anything from simple clerical work to highly skilled technical positions. I’m an office and administrative assistant, but have only been with them for a short time.”
She added, “Before that job, I worked for Sun Chemical, also in Hopkinsville. They have locations all over the US, Canada and Europe. I did just about everything imaginable with their business from accounts payable, to payroll to purchasing accounts.”
With an educational background including a bachelor’s degree in broadcast communication from Western Kentucky University, Reinitz said that she also attended community college in Hopkinsville where she wrote for the school paper. She graduated from Trigg County High School.
“I wanted somewhere where I could be settled,” she said of her opportunity to return to Trigg County. “I had an opportunity to come back here, where I was born and raised. I have been working outside of the county for 10 years, but still live here. I never moved away from here. I’ve always lived in the big city of Cadiz. My mother is still here, and I have cousins and lots of other family still here. I do have some links to local government. My uncle Jim Lancaster is a retired city clerk.”
Learn about the new county treasurer in The Cadiz Record.