What makes Bonnie Dolick smile? “Anything funny,” said the 53-year-old Fishers resident. She was found volunteering at the Taylored Systems booth at the Noblesville Chamber of Commerce’s Noblesville Taste of Business-Made in Noblesville event on May 10 at the Embassy Suites Hotel by Hilton. She was born in Reynolds, Ind., near Indiana Beach, where she worked during high school at North White High School in Monon, Ind. and college during summers while attending Indiana State University in Terre Haute, where she earned a business management degree. “When I graduated there, everyone was coming to Indy, so I wanted to come to Indy, too.” She moved here with her sister, who said she had to get a job within 30 days to pay the first month of rent. She looked through the newspaper to find a job. Taylored Systems’ owner Bill Taylor was looking for a receptionist and hired her to come to work in 1993. “I knew how to answer the phones, so that was my first position at Taylored Systems,” she said. “Thank you for calling Taylored Systems” was her phone greeting. Today, she’s on her company’s management team as a sales engineer and loves working there. She likes the respect, integrity and the core values that founder Bill Taylor established operating the company, which he has since sold. But she said, he still owns the building, his daughter manages it, and he comes in often to visit. When she’s not working, she enjoys sports-related activities. She’s a big Purdue fan and holds Purdue basketball and football season tickets and is a big race fan who attends the Indianapolis 500, Carb Day, race practice and the 500 Parade. She’s also involved in her college sorority alumni group, Alpha Chi Omega, and was readying to play host to sorority sisters from this area for their monthly Euchre party.

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