“Efficient and got me working again quickly.” “Fast and efficient” “Very helpful” These are just a few of the things clients are saying about one of our newest field technicians, Tricia Farnsworth.
Tricia joined the DCNC family in December and hit the ground running. She has become an invaluable teammate and constantly works to find the answers to the challenging technical issues our clients throw her way.
Tricia was a child of the 80s in northern California. She had the opportunity to spend weekends with grandparents in Redwood City and Pacifica. However, having moved to Colorado at the age of 15, she is a pseudo native of the Centennial State. Not one to shy away from a challenge, as a young, single mother she applied for and received a scholarship to attend college, where she pursued a degree in Mortuary Sciences and a minor in Computer Science. These two fields don’t typically go hand in hand, but based on Tricia’s passions and interests, they led her to a 3.88 GPS at graduation.
Speaking of passions, Tricia has some fascinating ones. Don’t make her mad, as she is a Red belt in Shaolin Kung Fu (only missing a black belt by an ankle injury). If you’re into collectibles and comics, her “other gig” is a family owned comic book store, with a gaming arena and podcast. So, Tricia is a full-fledged female geek and would be happy to geek-out with you. It might also not surprise you, given her other passions that she loves Halloween, horror movies and follows musical stylings of gothic metal rock bands.
But don’t let that scare you, because Tricia really has a soft side. She LOVES cats, a good steak dinner with crusty French bread, spending time outdoors, especially in the fall, trying to walk her cat on a leash- because she has a wicked sense of humor, and spending time with her family. And, she really doesn’t mind digging in to find the Gremlins in your computer, because she collects the small, destructive, evil little monsters from the 1984 movie.
As you can see, Tricia is extremely interesting, and if you’ve had the privilege of having her work on your technology issues, you will likely agree that she is extremely pleasant to work with and works hard to solve your computer issues. We are glad to have her on the DCNC team.