My birth name is Nancy Lynn Dunnavant. I was born August 11, 1958, in Lebanon, Tennessee. I am the middle child, with one older sister, Rita; one older brother, Floyd; one younger sister, Cindy; and one younger brother, Craig.
I graduated from Lebanon High School in 1976. I started college at David Lipscomb College where I remained for a year and a quarter. From there, I transferred to Middle Tennessee State University. I graduated in May 1980 with a Bachelor of Business Administration Degree with an emphasis in Accounting.
My first job out of college was working for the Comptroller’s Office of the State of Tennessee as a financial auditor. I moved to Nashville when I began that job. I worked in the Comptroller’s Office for four years. I then transferred to the Tennessee Department of Agriculture, where I worked in the Finance Office.
About four years later, in July 1988, I married the love of my life, Raymond Allen Sutton. We made our home in Hendersonville, Tennessee. In late 1992, I quit my job with the State of Tennessee. I did not work outside the home for about a year; and then took a part time job with an accountant in Hendersonville. I worked there for about five years. At that time, Ray had gotten sick and was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. I quit work and stayed home while he had surgery and through the following year while he got better, then worse, and eventually lost his battle with pancreatic cancer in November 1998.
I was very fortunate to be able to start back to work full time with the State of Tennessee, April 1, 1999, in the Department of Finance and Administration, Division of Accounts. I was actually able to get an accounting position with a salary as if I had never left the State six years prior.
In October 2002, I moved back to Lebanon, Tennessee, to be near family. The following spring I had a yard/garage sale at which one of my customers was my neighbor across the street, Bob Check. From that meeting grew a friendship, a dating relationship, and on March 26, 2005, Bob (Robert Charles Check) and I were married at Thorn Crown Chapel in Eureka Springs, Arkansas.
We make our home in Lebanon. At the time Bob and I married, I not only gained a husband but became a mom to two boys, Josh age 17 and Jason age 25, a mother-in-law to Jason’s wife, Jamie, and a grandmother to their precious girl, Kathy, 7 months old. This was great for me since Ray and I were never blessed with children.
I continued to work for the Tennessee Department of Finance and Administration, Division of Accounts, for almost 15 years. On August 16, 2013, I retired from the State with close to 27 years of State service.
We now have three grandchildren. Jason and Jamie have two children; their daughter, Kathy, who turned 11 in July; and their son, Jimmy, who turned nine in June. Josh married Holly in August 2013 and they have a son, Jeremy, who turned three in May. Grandchildren are such a joy!
Bob and I love to travel when possible including taking cruises. Our trip to Alaska this August was our best trip ever. We did a land tour and then took a cruise down the Inside Passage. It was such an awesome trip!
I began looking into doing some kind of online work when we returned from our trip to Alaska. I wanted something that I could do part time, something where I would continue to learn, and something where I could help other people. I came across an offer on line called My Top Tier Business (MTTB). I paid the application fee of $49.95 online on September 5, 2015, and began going through the 21 Step Program. With the program, I got my own personal coach to help me through each step and answer any questions I had. I liked what I heard in the program and was impressed that it was a business that I felt I could do even though I had never done anything like it before. I completed the 21 Step Program in less than 21 days.
The company that has the MTTB 21 Step Program is My Online Business Education (MOBE). The company was started by a young man, Matt Lloyd, from Perth, Australia, in 2011. He had begun working in online marketing in 2009. He has grown MOBE into a multi-million dollar business. In this company, I promote top tier/high ticket products. By joining MTTB and being a part of MOBE, it is possible to have $1,250, $3,300, and $5,500 commissions deposited into my bank account without ever having to pick up the phone. (Their phone/sales team will make the calls/sales for me.) My only job is to generate targeted traffic, provide leads, which will then be converted into sales by MOBE’s phone/sales team.
I went through the process of purchasing a domain name, purchased a hosting service, Bluehost, and checked out YouTube to learn how to set up a website using WordPress. I decided on the name for my business and designed a business logo. I am definitely on a big learning curve, but have certainly learned a lot! Also decided to set up a page on Facebook to brand myself in hopes of drawing targeted traffic and start an email listing of business contacts.