Sarah Stuckey

Sarah Stuckey

Payroll Coordinator

(260) 469-4444

Hi, I'm Sarah.

Sarah joined Team PCC in April of 2021 as our Payroll Coordinator, and she wrangles many of the behind-the-scenes, day-to-day details that keep Pathway ministry running. She and her husband Nathan have two teenage children—Sydni and Cole—and a Brittany Spaniel named Cosmo. Outside of the office, Sarah enjoys traveling, organizing, reading, puzzling, running, and being outdoors.

Tell us an interesting fact about yourself.

I was in a body cast for several months as an infant and told I’d never walk, but today I run for fun. I showed that doctor who had the nerve to tell me I couldn’t do something. Note: never tell me I can’t do something because I’ll likely try to prove you wrong.

What are some of the books you’ve read recently?

The Next Right Thing by Emily Freeman, The Home for Unwanted Girls by Joanna Goodman, and the audio book Dad is Fat by Jim Gaffigan. I love anything by Jodi Picoult, stories about how other people live, stories about people overcoming obstacles, and holocaust stories.

TV shows or movies you’re watching?

Brooklyn 99, The Office, Big Sky, Manifest

Something you’re good at?

Details, organizing, corny jokes… I love me a good “dad joke”.

Where’s your happy place?

On my back patio with a good book and some chocolate milk or napping in the sunshine.

Funniest/Worst vacation memory?

While vacationing on a beach in North Carolina, we saw a storm coming in. We thought it was going to be one of those typical showers that only last about 20 minutes. As we were jumping in the waves, it started to hail, so we headed to our beach tent to wait out the storm. The next morning while watching the news, we discovered the previous day’s storm was actually a waterspout-turned-tornado that touched down on the beach two condo buildings away from where our tent had been. So… we lived through a tornado!

Your favorite road trip snack?

Salt and vinegar flavored almonds, which I can only seem to find at Target. Yeah, Target!

Any pet peeves?

When people talk on their cell phones while in a store, especially while they are at the checkout.