Meet Krista Looney. Krista lives in Levittown and was raised in the North Park section and graduated from Pennsbury High School in 2007. She is happily married mom who loves spending time with her family and friends. Her favorite things to do are fishing, snow boarding, waterskiing and tubing. She also likes a nice day on the golf course or watching her husband play softball, and her son play tee ball and looking forward to her sons first season of football. Krista says she is all about family and friends, and living every day like its the last.
Krista is the administrative assistant at Kiss Electric, but her responsibilities run much deeper than that. She has become Joe Kiss’ right hand man (woman) . Organization is her specialty ! Along with her job title she also handles accounts receivable/payable, safety training, banking, customer service,and marketing ! She pretty much makes things happen at Kiss Electric.
The 41sections brand started as an idea by two brothers, Jim and Matt Mulholland, to create a company using a combination of things that they were passionate about. The idea was to combine art, clothing, and the town they grew up in. 41 sections is an indie clothing brand.
Levittown Comfort along with Comfort, Cooks and Kitchens are looking for Levittown’s Best Backyard BBQ-er!
Do you think you have what it takes to take home the crown? Or maybe you know someone to nominate? Either way, we are now taking submissions. Finalists will compete for prizes and bragging rights in this competition of an American pastime, and be named Levittown’s Best Backyard BBQ-er!
I presented my loyal Facebook fans with a writing prompt, quite a few obliged.
The prompt was simple.
Finish this sentence “Comfort is….”
Comfort comes in all shapes and sizes. Everyone has their own idea of what comfort is. The focus of this blog is to share with other Levittowners, your comfort experience, and also to share things that may have made you feel not so comfortable. Neighbors helping neighbors, is the true beauty of this hyper-local niche website.
Yesterday was trash pick up day in my section. As I drove down my street, I saw a lot of Christmas trees lying curbside, waiting. So I feel it’s safe to assume that by now everyone has safely packed away the ornaments, and garland. Maybe even de-strung the outdoor lights?