Kelly Largent

Position: Customer Service Representative
Categories: All Team Members, Customer Support Team

Kelly began working with Eii in 2016 where she provides customer support for, Mail Tracking, Database Processing, Order Entry. Kelly studied Business Management at Ivy Tech Community College in Indianapolis, IN and accounting at Danville Area Community College in Danville, IL. Her work experience began with She previously owned and operated a Monument Company here in Lafayette and helped her family design monuments. She went to school in New York to learn how to design Monuments and received a Certificate from Monu-Cad. Kelly is a native of Crawfordsville, IN but now lives in Dayton, IN. She has a daughter named Tiara, a daughter-in-law named CJ, and a son named Taylor. Kelly also has 3 grandchildren: Braylin, Gavin, and Emma.


Who is your favorite Super Hero?

My Son, he has cerebral palsy, but he doesn’t let his disability stop him from living every day to its fullest. He always has a smile on his face and enjoys life.

What is your favorite quote?

“There’s a reason why the rearview mirror is so small and the windshield is so big. Because where you are headed is much more important than where you have been” – Joel Osteen

What do you want to make sure you do before you die?

Pay respects to the 9/11 Memorial in New York

Do you have any skills or talents that most people don’t know about?

I learned to shoot when I was young and was a marksman by the age of 10. Friends of my parents use to call me little “Annie Oakley”

What would you do/buy if you won $10 million in the lottery?

I would open two different types of facilities. One would be a facility right here in Lafayette similar to the facility my son is in, for younger youths/adults with disabilities. A long term care facility that is more age appropriate and that would have activities and workshops for them so they could be closer to their families. Secondly, I would open a home for girls with addictions: a place for them to go when they feel they have no one; a place they can call home and get help; a place that will give them a roof over their head and get them the right help for their addictions. Along with this home, there would be a restaurant attached that once they are clean, they would have a place to work to earn money and help them get on their feet to learn responsibilities and help them in the right direction.