(403) 934-3176 ext. 101
I grew up just outside of Halifax, Nova Scotia and left home to explore western Canada in 1998. In 2011 our familiy moved to Strathmore to enjoy the small town living. Outside of work I can be found on the lake, in the mountains or cheering on kids at the rink.
After graduating from Charles P. Allen high School, I received an Executive Office Administration certificate. Since then, I have also completed Financial Accounting 1 and 2 through night classes at Sait. I spent eight years working at a hotel and resort management company. My first position was an Accounts Receiveable Clerk and later held the Corporate Accountant position before leaving the company. In 2008 I worked for a year in an accounting firm as an accounting technician before leaving to raise our daughter. After having 7 amazing years at home, I joined Gregory, Harriman & Associates in the fall of 2016.
Sharrah Thachuk, CLA
(403) 934-3176 ext. 124
Alberta has always been my home. I spent my first 20 years in Calgary and decided to move to Strathmore after my first child was born. A short 2 years later my second child came into my life and completed my family, or so I thought. About 8 years ago my family grew by 2 step kids and a wonderful man. I love to cook, and entertain friends and family. I love to binge watch a good show on Netflix or spend time in the mountains exploring.
I am a recent graduate of the Legal Assistant program at Reeves College in Calgary. I found this to be an all-encompassing course that provided me with a lot of options when I graduated; best of all my position as a Typist/Legal at Gregory Harriman & Associates LLP.
I dabbled in several fields before settling on becoming a Legal Assistant. About 10 years of my early professional life was spent working in greenhouse and factory farm settings. After moving on from there, I wore many hats during the four years I spent working at the Strathmore Standard. Everything from reception/office management to managing the paper carriers. In 2014 I decided to try my hand at becoming an electrician, it was a short-lived adventure. I decided to go to school and earn a designation to get where I wanted to be.