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Naomi Bruhn

Closer

MEET NAOMI BRUHN 

Adaptable and friendly, Naomi is a Closer for TMC. She is originally from Lafayette, LA – the “Heart of Cajunland” and can talk for hours on end about nothing in particular. Whether with old friends or new, Naomi can easily lose track of time visiting and socializing. 

 

WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT NAOMI 

In high school, Naomi was in a show choir (long before “Pitch Perfect” and “Glee” made it cool). And while their outfits were not cute, they were able to have some pretty amazing experiences including performing in Carnegie Hall, traveling to Spain and around the US, and singing back up for Reba and Barry Manilow. 

When Naomi gets rare moments of free time, she enjoys simply hanging out at home with her husband and kids, watching movies and reading. 

In addition to her high school adventures, Naomi has traveled to Scotland and England to visit her husband’s family and hopes to have more opportunities to see the world in the future. 

Naomi’s mother is probably her biggest inspiration; genuine, hard-working, quick to forgive, always willing to give people a chance, full of integrity and just generally nice. The world needs more people like that and Naomi appreciates having her as a role model. 

 

HERE ARE A FEW MORE THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT NAOMI 

Naomi likes to think of herself as part of the Grammar Police and considers it a personal mission to make sure that her co-workers learn the difference between their, they’re and there, whether they ask for help or not!  When it comes to correcting people, Naomi gets lots of practice at home with her two small children.  While she is often found sharing the funny stories of their wrong-doings, or saying that her job is to raise them to have as few issues as possible, she loves the changes that parenthood has brought to her life, and considers her children to be her biggest blessings. 

 

Words Naomi lives by: “You can easily judge the character of a man by how he treats those who can do nothing for him.”—Malcolm S. Forbes.