Faces of Stuller

Feature Friday – Chris Derouen

The accordion player and systems administrator

Before my journey here at Stuller, I worked in retail. Soon enough, I realized that wasn’t the best long-term career path for me. A family member of mine advised I submit an application to Stuller. I was attracted to the company itself, rather than the jewelry industry specifically when beginning read more…

My Mother’s Day Memorial

A pair of pear-shaped aquamarines for Mom

There is one holiday above all others that commands our respect. It reveres a vast population of women who have earned this rightfully prestigious title. On the second Sunday in May, Mother’s Day calls on us all to show extra appreciation and gratitude towards these selfless family figures. As we read more…

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Feature Friday – Katherine Walter

A friendly face and gleeful gatekeeper

In 2006, my husband Steve and I moved back to Lafayette from Baton Rouge. I saw an ad in the newspaper for a Sales Associate position here at Stuller. I eagerly submitted my application, as I always heard Stuller was a great place to work! Once hired on, I started my read more…

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Feature Friday – Angela Zeno

The friendly face of hard work and perseverance

Hard work and manpower brought me to where I am today. I was referred to Stuller for a temporary position while working at Target. After working for about three months, my superior Kathy recognized my hard work, friendliness, and easygoing personality. Kathy had Human Resources call me and I was hired read more…

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Feature Friday – Stella

Meet our favorite robotic associate

Do you ever feel like a robot? Have your actions turned monotonous, going through the same motions day after day? If so, follow our footsteps and hire a robot to join your team! Stella, our robotic associate, is a breeze to employ. She strictly follows directions and gets along well read more…

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Feature Friday – Deirdre Collette

The dedicated employee with the last name nickname

Meet Deirdre Collette Can you believe that I am in my 32nd year of working at Stuller? In 1985, my sister worked for Stuller and called to see if I wanted to fill in for a week, due to the team being short-handed. I agreed. When I mentioned it to read more…

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Feature Friday – Patty Leger

The avid angler and outdoorswoman

My story begins working part-time for a local Winn Dixie supermarket. I wanted a full-time position but learned I’d have to relocate to get a more permanent spot. A friend of mine worked here at Stuller, and she told me to apply because they were hiring Christmastime help. I applied 28 read more…

Feature Friday – Alex Graham

The underwater adventuring author

In October, I celebrated my 5th year anniversary with Stuller. Five years – wow! While some may consider 5 years a blink-of-an-eye, and it certainly seemed to pass at that speed, it’s a significant chunk of my 26 years on this planet. While I feel very accomplished, I know there read more…

STULLER’S GRAMMY TAKEOVER

A Red Carpet Reverie for Valentine’s Day: Stuller’s own Josh Caffery writes about his adventure to this weekend's Grammys

One of the things you quickly realize about being nominated for something like a GRAMMY is that, while your project may be cool, artistically ambitious, and even culturally significant, there are things that are simply far more important to consider. Chief among these is the question that suddenly becomes very read more…

Feature Friday – Lindsey Prewitt

A day in the life of the Moissanite Lady

I was looking for a job when someone told me Stuller was having a career fair. I went and met with a few people from marketing then I applied for a position as a Loyalty Program Manager. I landed an interview and clearly remember the interesting question asked on my read more…

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