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Meet Sue Pallot

  • Publish Date: Posted over 1 year ago
  • Author: Sue Pallot

​Originally from Ireland, Sue has lived in Jersey for over 30 years and has been with Rowlands for more than 9 years. She works to ensure that service levels are as high as possible and is passionate about what she does.

Is there a favourite part of the island for you?

Bouley Bay! It’s absolutely beautiful, and it was the first place I went to when I arrived in Jersey. It brings back very happy memories. I love it!

What do you like to do when you’re not working?

I enjoy getting to meet up with friends, doing some gardening, or sitting in the sun with a glass of wine. Spending time with loved ones is always a priority.

Do you have any pets?

Not at the moment, but I love all animals – anything with a feathered or furry face! I often look after my friend’s dog Nina - I really enjoy being with her and taking her for little walks and to the beach.

What sort of music do you enjoy?

My tastes are really varied - I fall for a song completely and then overplay it until I move on to the next latest one. I do enjoy popular music and things that capture the spirit of the time. ‘Happy’ by Pharrell Williams is one of my all-time favourites.

Tell us something that most people don’t know about you!

I once landed a light aircraft on my own, on my maiden voyage! There was a fully qualified pilot sitting beside me of course but apart from a few instructions, I did it without him having to jump on the controls - I clearly take instructions well!

What would your colleagues say about you?

I think my colleagues would probably say that I love rugby (I can often be seen flying the Ireland flag at Kitty’s!), I have a good sense of humour, and that I am very supportive. We’re a very close team, which is wonderful. We are always there for each other and I can honestly say I look forward to work every day because of the people I work with. Oh and I also have a very good memory so I’m often a point of reference - like the office Wikipedia!