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Cynthia Dominguez

Account's Receivable & Accounts Payable

Cynthia Dominguez

My name is Cynthia Dominguez and I am the current Accounts receivable and accounts payable representative for Dependable Service Plumbing and Air. I have been in the Army National Guard for the past ten years and currently hold the position as a Gunner. I also have an Early Childhood Degree and I am currently pursuing a BA in Family Social Services. I was born in Richmond, VA on January 29th. I am married and have six wonderful children of our own. We are also foster parents, so that number changes daily. We have two cats, Lynx and Halo, and a rabbit named Cadbury. We save water in our home by taking showers and turning the water off while brushing our teeth. Our favorite thing to do on the weekends are visit the Riverbanks Zoo, go swimming, or visit local parks. Working for a company that values the same things you do, makes it easier to be an employee. Those things are God, family and honesty. I would say my passion outside of work would be working with children in need. If my house and income allowed, I would be the old lady who lived in a shoe and had so many children she didn't know what to do. To my 20 year old self: join the military earlier, stop letting people take advantage of you when they don't want to help themselves, and spend more time with your Daddy.

More about Cynthia:

What are 3 things you can't live without?
The three things I can't live without would be my Bible, my Bible and my Bible.

What are 3 things left on your bucket list?
Grand Canyon, visit California (where my brother passed away), and swim in clear ocean water (anywhere).

What was your favorite tv show growing up?
Alf. I loved that he was a foreign character from the planet Melmac but he gave life to the family who took him in.

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“We are truly grateful for everyone’s quick response to our flood in the main building here at St. Cyprian Church. The workers were tremendous in their search-and-find techniques to locate our buried sewer main line. The clean out was a difficult and tedious job but they stayed with it for hours. On Friday, business was as usual here and it would not have been if your company had not come out to the rescue. I’m sure the parishioners are happy to know that the bathrooms are available and that our problem has been eliminated. Be assured that your kindness and efficiency are appreciated. We are also grateful that you recognize our financial limitations. May our gracious God bless you all for your care.” –-St. Cyprian Staff