After 41 Years - Stricker To Leave "Coolest" Job
With the exception of working as a bank teller for a few months, Stricker has spent her entire career at TVS.
She started working at TVS in 1974, just seven years after the Brevard Jaycees had begun a sheltered workshop for the disabled. The Jaycees struggled with maintaining the program, so they requested that the county government take over the program. The county commissioners, led by Bill Ives and John Folger, decided to take over the program in 1973 and renamed it in 1974.