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Meet Lisa Lute – MSD, Inc.

Meet Lisa Lute

By March 5, 2021blog

I am a Contract Administrator here at MSD. My role is creating billings for Construction, Controls, Special Projects, and Electrical. I process contracts, work with our insurance agent to provide insurance for customers and general contractors. I also communicate with general contractors on billing and construction required paperwork as well as vendor waivers required on our construction projects. I collect and log tax-exempt certificates for the above departments. I complete the company registrations and work with Accounting personnel to aid in collections.

I have been at MSD for 20 years. I work mostly with Project Managers, Sales, and Department Managers. My favorite thing about MSD has always been the people that I work with. I enjoy watching the projects we complete and all that is involved in this process. Some of my best memories were touring job sites in Dayton that we were working on and seeing what our field people do daily, as well as seeing some of the big equipment that we installed.

Some of my hobbies include a game night with my family, volunteering, spending time with my friends, walking, and watching movies. My family is my husband Jeff and my two daughters: Amber and Cassy. I also have two grandchildren Jack and Alice. I spend a great deal of time with my grandchildren, and it is amazing to see them grow and learn. Not being able to get out much they have been our entertainment and kept us laughing through this last year.

If I could live anywhere, where would it be? On a beach! I love listening to the ocean and relaxing, walking on the beach at night, and looking at the shells.

What was your favorite family vacation? We took our girls to Tennessee several times, and we always loved hiking and exploring the Tennessee mountains. We have so many good memories of our time spent there.

What makes you laugh most? Jack and Alice. They are 8 years and 22 months. Jack recently explained to me that he and his Mom were doing an experiment with avocado pits. He could not remember their name, so he just called them guacamole eggs!

If you could do anything for a day, what would it be? At this point anything that did not involve staying at home. Probably spend a day at a racetrack, this is my newest hobby.

What motivates you to work hard? Accomplishing a goal. It is very rewarding to see a problem solved or someone’s job made easier by something that I played a part in.

When you were little, what did you want to be? A Banker