Brandon’s Coburn crowned Mrs. Vermont

BRANDON — Brandon native Stacey S. Coburn was recently crowned Mrs. Vermont United States 2013. Coburn will represent married women across Vermont as she competes for the national title of Mrs. United States in Las Vegas in July. 
Coburn lives in Brandon with her husband of 12 years, James “Jamie” Coburn, and two sons, Douglas, 12, and Remington, 8. She has 15 years’ experience in the insurance industry and currently is the insurance operations manager at McCrillis & Eldredge Insurance Inc. located inside the Brandon branch of the Lake Sunapee Bank.
Coburn’s platform is teaching the importance of volunteering and giving back to the community, with an emphasis on working with school-aged children in various settings. She serves as the Brandon Youth Wrestling manager and coaches youth Mighty Mites teams. She is also very active with various local, state and global charitable foundations to promote education and awareness with organizations close to her heart such as the American Cancer Society, the American Diabetes Association and the National Association of Down Syndrome.
Coburn says she loves to spend time with her family and friends and enjoys the great Vermont outdoors and activities such as camping, four-wheeling, hunting, gardening and playing co-ed softball during the summer. She says she is looking forward to her new adventures as Mrs. Vermont United States 2013, to continue to promote the importance of volunteering within communities and representing the Green Mountain State.
To schedule Coburn for a personal appearance or to sponsor her, email her at [email protected].

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