Vicki Meade, Certified Occupancy Specialist, Team member since 2000


Responsibilities for Franklin

I check and process paperwork for Franklin Properties. Making sure we have all
the forms and correctly completed paperwork necessary to submit to Rural
Development and HUD. Printing monthly reports for property managers showing
current residents and status of the residents recertifications, rent and other
information. These reports are to help keep Franklin on track for submitting
information required monthly to Rural Development and HUD to ensure we
receive proper subsidy payments.

I take care of ordering Safeguard Rent Receipts and forms that you need mailed
to you.

I am available from 7:00a.m. to 4:00p.m. Monday thru Friday to receive calls
from property staff to help, if I am not the person you need, I will direct you to
the staff person that can help you. Ext. 119.

Personal Interests

I am married to Mark and I have 3 sons:  Christopher, Steven and Jay.  My middle son Steven married Tua  and blessed me with 3 grandsons.  After 6 boys, I still hope to have a grand-daughter someday. I love to stitch and sew and am pretty “Crafty.”  I have entered items I make in the Ky State Fair and won a lot of ribbons. I love to get the ribbons. I am a volunteer at the KY Center for Performing Arts in downtown Louisville. I volunteer at Whitney Hall, Bomhard  Theater, MEX Theater and Brown Theater.
I am also part of the Audio Description Team for patrons that are Visually impaired. In association with the KY Center, I volunteer at Actors Theater of
Louisville. It is great fun as I see Broadway Plays, Concerts, and many other types of performances.   This is a good fit for me as I love meeting and talking to people and helping them to enjoy the experience of the theater. I never meet a stranger, just a friend I don’t know yet!
I grew up in Louisville, but after marrying, I lived in Tampa and Indianapolis for 10 years. While in Indianapolis I taught school for Kindergarten thru 5th, PE, Art & Music.  I was the building sub and was usually in a different class every day. I went to University of Louisville to be a teacher so that gave me the opportunity to fulfill that goal in my life.
In 2000, I moved back to Louisville, and was lucky to be hired at Franklin Asset on July 17th.  I intend for this to be the last job for me.  I’m not moving anymore and this is a great place to work with wonderful people and friends.