Andrea Stockle

Ohio Real Title Spotlight: Get to Know Andrea Stockle

August 27, 2019

While growing up, Andrea Stockle dreamt of being a nurse so that she could work closely with people during the times in their lives when they need a little extra support.  It turns out that she does just that as Branch Manager for Ohio Real Title. As she notes, people buy and sell houses for a variety of reasons and a little support and kindness go a long way.  “It is as much of a big deal to us, as it is to them. It is great to be a part of such an important time in people’s lives.”

Fun Facts About Andrea Stockle:

Andrea Stockle

Role with Ohio Real Title – Medina Branch Manager

What is the most important quality that you have that helps you do your job successfully? The ability to work under pressure and adapt to change.

What are three words that your clients have used to describe you? Amazing, thoughtful, and brilliant (those are direct quotes and I am flattered) … While she appreciates the kind words, Andrea sees herself as customer-focused, positive, willing to get the job done.

What’s on your playlist? I am listening to Hozier and recently saw him concert in Pittsburgh for the 3rd time.  

What are you reading?  I recently finished The Speed of Trust by Stephen M. R. Covey, at the urging of Rob Heckman, Operations Manager for Ohio Real Title.  

How do you think Ohio Real Title is different from other title companies? I think we are different in every way from other title companies.  We have amazing people in every department that are happy to be here.  We do this by hiring the best people and giving them room to grow. And we have great processes that makes it easy for us to run with the ball and get things done. There is an emphasis on teamwork and our culture is built around that. 

What is your favorite thing about working at Ohio Real Title? Definitely the people. One of the great things about this company is that Ryan has a gift for finding people with talent and then finding a place for them within Ohio Real Title.  He doesn’t look to just fill job titles, but to place employees in the right role—even when they don’t know they will be a perfect fit. 

When you are not working, how do you like to spend your free time?  With my two Pomeranians – Brutus and Belle; and with my son who recently graduated college. Or on the hunt for something unique at one of Cleveland’s great vintage stores.  

What are your words to live by?  Stay positive, work hard, make things happen.