By Sheila Robison, Economic Security Team Member
Mary Beth Daley is a Staff Accountant at Elder Law of Michigan and has been a member of the Elder Law of Michigan team since October 2014. Mary Beth is a content person. She continues to make a difference in her personal and professional life and is at peace with it.
Q: Before working at Elder Law of Michigan, what was the most unusual or interesting job you’ve ever had?
A: I was the co-owner at a cross stitch specialty shop in Williamston, Michigan, where I taught advanced classes in both knitting and needlework.
Q: What has been your favorite project at Elder Law of Michigan?
A: Delivering Meals on Wheels once a month as part of Elder Law of Michigan’s community involvement.
Q: Any favorite line from a movie?
A: My favorite line is, “You’re everything I never knew I always wanted.” from the movie, Fools Rush In.
Q: Best vacation you’ve had?
A: I got to spend over two weeks in Maui.
Q: Do you have an office nickname?
A: Yes, it is MB.
Q: Least favorite food?
A: Lima beans.
Q: What do you like to do in your spare time?
A: Knitting and needlework/cross-stitch.
Q: What is on your bucket list?
A: I would love to drive north on Route 66 in California along the Pacific coastline in a convertible.
Q: Which cartoon character would you most relate to?
A: Lucy from Charlie Brown.
Q: What is your hidden talent?
A: I sing in a praise band in church!
Q: How would you describe your day job to a child?
A: “As an accountant, it’s my job to watch money coming in and going out to make sure it balances.”
Q: Do you have a favorite quote or advice to pass on?
A: My favorite quote would be, “Live life with your love pointed out and not in.”