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Thank you. I want to thank each of you here in this room today and I want to thank everyone who works within our great profession because when it comes to all of the great things that we can do together as a profession, as a family, it really does take each and every one of us working together, pushing in the same direction. I would also like to thank some people who are here today to share in this moment with me. I know my family is well represented here today, thank you for being here.
Toni O’Neill, RPR, is a supervising court reporter with Riverside Superior Court in California. She has worked as an official since 1990. She previously worked as a freelancer, was part-owner of a firm, and taught at a court reporting school.