Many of us are only familiar with process servers from television and movies. They’re those glamorous characters that show up with roses and divorce papers and say “You’ve been served.” In the real world, process servers provide a useful function for our legal system, ensuring that defendants have notice of actions filed against them. Professional process servers have flexible hours and make good money, creating a niche for parents of small children, retired civil servants and anybody else that’s sharp, creative and seeking an offbeat way to make a living. Doreen Gadow from Spring Hill, Florida, has a college education and success in more than one profession. She started working as a process server when her son was in college when she was looking for a way to re-enter the workforce. She gives you a taste of what it’s like to be a process server in this illuminating interview.