Jeanie Waldoch

Billing Specialist

Jeanie Waldoch has been working in the chiropractic profession since 2006. Her career has included working in several positions including front desk, patient history intake, x-ray tech, and massage therapy. She first met and worked with Shannon in a chiropractic clinic and after moving to Colorado for a few years, she returned to Minnesota in 2012 and was excited to join Money Tree Billing.

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Get to know Jeanie

Jeanie’s attention to detail, speed and a tendency to be a little OCD makes her great at her position as a Deposit & AR Specialist. Her consistency helps catch errors and improve accuracy and her stubbornness and tenacity help her to get claims paid and solve issues with the insurance companies.

Jeanie was always taught if you are going to do something, do it to the best of your ability and don’t take what you have for granted. This makes her work hard and appreciate the opportunities and flexibility that Money Tree has offered her and her family.

Jeanie has been married to her husband for 4 years. They met on an online dating website and it turns out that David owns the house directly across the street from the house Jeanie grew up in (where her sister still lives)! He even knew members of her family including her parents before he met her. Jeanie likes to say she had to go online to literally meet, “the boy next door”.

Jeanie’s favorite movie is The Princess Bride–it has everything; fencing, fighting, torture, revenge, giants, monsters, chases, escapes, true love, and miracles. Jeanie remembers seeing it in the theater with her family and falling in love with it. She knows every line and can’t help recite them while watching.

Jeanie and David have a goal to travel. If she had a month off and money was no object, they would spend the time traveling around Europe, specifically Ireland, England, Italy, and Greece (with maybe a stop in Paris). Jeanie wants to explore the old castles and ancient ruins and beautiful countryside, a city or two is a must. However, the more open the space and the fewer people the better.

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