Yegi Cole is the ultimate time manager

Susan EspirituOur Town Neighbors, West Knoxville

As a mother of three active kids, I could barely make sure they were at the right place at the right time and in fact even forgot one of mine at the ballpark once, so when Yegi Cole casually tells me about her four boys’ 15 schedules, I just bow in admiration that she is also running a successful side business with long-time friend, Janeen Stacck.’

Yes, she manages 15 schedules for her boys ages 5 to 13, who all play soccer with her older three playing club soccer in addition to the middle-schooler playing on the school soccer team plus basketball and football. Add tennis, track, basketball, and swimming into the mix for two of the other boys and you have one mama “Uber” running the roads.

Cheese board created by Yegi and Janeen

Obviously, she had time on her hands, so Yegi and Janeen, who also has sons, opened a business. Yegi says, “We both love to cook and host gatherings and are both big foodies. We’ve been doing cheese boards for ourselves and friends for years.” So in October of 2020 the  women teamed up to start their business of building boards for customers. The two have been friends for 20 years since their mothers worked at UT Medical Center as nurses and their families spent holidays together. Seems as though they are carrying on the tradition from mothers to daughters. Check out these culinary works of art at: The Cheese Boss

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