Sonia Moss’s “temporary” job lasts 51 years and counting

Over 50 years ago, Sonia Moss started a temporary job at Republic National Bank, a Bank of America predecessor company, and that job has turned into a lifelong career. In the early 1960s, she took time off from her career to raise her son and daughter. But when her son was old enough to watch his younger sister, she decided it was time to go back to work.

“Miss Sonia,” as she is known around the office, is the first staff member most customers see at the U.S. Trust, Bank of America Private Wealth Management office in Park Cities. After 50 years of experience in customer service and as a teller, Sonia now wears many hats at the front desk, including greeting clients and staff.

We talk a lot and feel like we are a family here. So, it’s with that respect we consider her a true leader of our family.

Jennifer Chandler
Bank of America and U.S. Trust Market Executive

“I’m at a stage of the game where if it’s not fun, I don’t do it,” said Sonia. “Working here gets me up in the morning and keeps me very active.”

“We talk a lot and feel like we are a family here,” Bank of America and U.S. Trust Market Executive Jennifer Chandler said. “So, it’s with that respect we consider her a true leader of our family.”

Sonia’s career highlights include more than her work behind the front desk. She volunteers through Bank of America. She coordinates the office Meals on Wheels volunteers every Thursday. She also volunteers on Saturday mornings at the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden, one of her favorite places, to keep herself busy when she is not at work.

8/18/2017

 

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