I’m a family man from Whitman Ma. My sons are my pride and joy. My wife is my balance and my guide. I like to volunteer. Service is a very freeing activity. I’m a member of the Knights of Columbus, a coach with the Braintree Challenger Baseball League for impaired children and a sponsor of Whitman Youth Soccer. I’ve been a den leader with Whitman Cub Scouts Pack 22, an ass’t troop leader with Whitman Boy Scout Troop 22 and a coach for Whitman Youth Soccer.
I’ve lived in Whitman for 23 years and have loved every minute of it. I love the small town feel, while still being close to everything. I love the people. There’s a feeling that everyone’s connected somehow. People know each other, say hi to each other when they pass by. Mobilize and help each other out when disaster strikes. Share in the good times when they happen or they can be created. I love being part of that. My wife and I raised our 3 sons here because the friends we’ve made here and the environment we live in just spells Home to us.
I’ve been involved in several successful business ventures on Massachusetts’ South Shore over the past 25+ years. Dedication, Innovation, Patience and Loyalty are aspects of the reputation I’ve built along the way. My personal network has built every business venture I’ve joined. I have over a quarter century of winning in some very tough markets.
Since 2010, in one of the toughest markets in memory, I’ve helped Whitman-Hanson-ites find tenants for Rental Properties, to sell their homes and find new ones for their families. I’ve helped guide my clients through the whirlwind of the Market crash and the years of recovery, the resulting, confusing regulatory mazes, the large glut of properties to sell or rent, followed by severe shortages of housing inventory.
It’s much easier to build on solid foundations, so Whitman-Hanson and surrounding towns have become my area. Throughout the 23+ years I’ve lived here, I’ve stayed involved with the community: Coaching and sponsoring Whitman Youth Soccer teams, being a Cub Scout Den Leader for 8 years and a Boy Scout leader for another 2, coaching Challenger League Baseball for Special Needs kids for 10 years and counting and, lastly, a proud member of the Whitman Knights of Columbus for years. I’ve been networking and laboring on a variety of different community enhancing projects and meeting multitudes of wonderful people around here as a result.
All those experiences could spawn volumes that would keep you laughing for hours. Combine them all and a common thread appears, I can help you accomplish your goals. I have a stake in this area. I know these towns. I’m probably already involved in your town. The reputation I’ve strived to build over the years revolves around service to others, reliability and simply finding a way around or through any challenges to getting the mission, that you need accomplished, successfully completed.
You don’t have to believe what you read here. Call me or come to my office. We’ll sit down with a cup of coffee(on me) and you can see for yourself.