Employee Spotlight: Ryan Lolley

Our first Employee Spotlight of 2018 is Ryan Lolley. Ryan is an Implementation and Training Specialist and has been with Suntell for 10 years.

Ryan graduated from University of Kansas with a degree in Sociology and a minor in History. He came to Suntell following a position in Accounting and Database Administration. He enjoys Suntell’s flexible work schedule which lets him to attend his children’s important events. This allows him to be a more productive worker and makes for a better work/life balance.

He grew up in Topeka, KS and currently enjoys a busy, family life. His children are involved in dance, soccer, baseball, basketball, plays, and musicals. Ryan and his wife enjoy supporting their children in all of their endeavors and he prides himself on being the best husband and father he can be.

Ryan has learned patience through his work at Suntell. He practices slowing down and focusing on the task at hand. This comes in handy at work, parenting, and coaching. His favorite product is SDI because he would have loved using it in a previous position. It is a simple and easy product but still does everything you need it to do.

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