Reanna Gann, a fresh manager, notonly has grown kids she raised, but she was also the primary caregiver for her parents who both had Alzheimer’s. She lost her father a few months before starting at Sam’s Club, and it was tough, to say the least, leaving her mother so she could provide for her.
“It was hard leaving my mom at times. My mom went everywhere with me when I left the house. So sometimes when I would get ready for work, she would think she could go with me. She’d get up to get ready and I would have to tell her she couldn’t come with me but that I’d see her in a while.”
Reanna lost her mom to cancer in 2020, but she was there for her, providing for her, until her last breath. “Working for Sam’s Club has been a great experience and a blessing to our family,” she said, humbly not wanting to take credit for a job well done. “But in the end, my hat goes off to all working mothers.”