Glasgow Daily Times, Glasgow, KY

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October 11, 2013

Redford reports for court

More than 50 years transcribing

GLASGOW — When Norma Redford’s son told her he wanted to have the same job as her, she tried to get him not to do it because she thought it would be too grueling.

That was before she saw his sense of rhythm.

His rhythm didn’t involve making music, though. It involved being able to transcribe people’s voices. Fast.

“You have to be able to do it at the speed of the voice,” Norma said. “And some people talk so fast and mumble along with it.”

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