Mrs. Fullington: (book)keeping Liberty running

Naia Willemsen, Spotlight Editor

Chances are, if you’ve ever done a club or a sport at Liberty, you’ve talked to our bookkeeper. And although sometimes figuring out how (or where, or when) to pay for any of your various activities can be confusing, our bookkeeper, Ann Fullington, helps take away that confusion.

With the many great activities that Liberty offers comes the great need to pay for them. Clubs, sports, classes, even homecoming tickets…all things that need to be paid for, and all things that Fullington can help you with.

But most people (and I was one of those people) don’t take the time to stop and appreciate all of the things that our bookkeeper does for Liberty. I used stand in line, register for my sports, and not think anything of it—until this year, when I became the treasurer of a club.  

In this role, I’ve gone to Mrs. Fullington with PO forms, club fees, and questions—and she’s been able to help me through it all with a smile on her face. Even when she’s telling me that our club is basically broke, she does it in a nice way, and overall is helpful and kind. 

Yes, being a bookkeeper can be a difficult job, but Fullington makes it look easy and is always happy to help.

So next time you’re in line at the bookkeeper’s window to pay for something (which will probably be pretty soon), don’t take Mrs. Fullington for granted—we’re lucky to have her.