AtHome America

Rice resident Angela Moya has recently started her own AtHome America business, a direct seller of home-decorating accents.

“I am so excited to join the AtHome America family as a home style specialist,” Moya said. “It is a business that will support my family’s income needs, my goals and career achievement plans.”

For more than 20 years, AtHome America has been decorating homes through home shows with its extensive collection of stylish and affordable home-decorating accessories, designed with family in mind.

“All of AtHome America’s products represent the heart of the family — the home,” Moya said. “It is a wonderful experience to be able to share with the Rice community such versatile and quality products that have the ability to create memories and traditions.”

“Angela will be an important contributor to the AtHome America family and our customers in the Rice area,” said Lisa Brandau, co-founder and president of AtHome America.

“AtHome America is about family, faith and products that represent these qualities. Angela is a wonderful representative for our company.”

According to Moya, AtHome America offers business tools and education to help reach its goals. Combined with the great benefits and financial rewards, AtHome America is committed to providing home style specialists with a positive business experience.

For more information on AtHome America, contact Moya at (903) 641-1890 or amoya@arrow.org.



JELD-WEN Inc.

JELD-WEN Inc., the world’s leading manufacturer of reliable windows and doors, has promoted Phleet Greear to general manager of its window facility in Corsicana.

In his new position, Greear will be responsible for managing all operations at the facility. The Corsicana plant manufactures aluminum windows, and vinyl windows and patio doors.

Greear began his JELD-WEN career in 1979 at the then JELD-WEN of Oregon millwork operation. He has held several management positions within the company at various facilities. Since 2001, he has served as office manager at the JELD-WEN Windows Cheyenne operation.

“This is a great facility in a great location,” said Greear about his new position in Corsicana. “I look forward to the challenge of growing the business while contributing to both JELD-WEN and the community that has supported this facility for the past 22 years.”

Greear was raised in Klamath Falls, Ore., and attended Henley High School. He graduated from the Oregon Institute of Technology.

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