They say that life molds you through a series of major events. For me, one major event happened in June of 1991 when I joined the military. I knew that I wanted something better for myself and I wanted to serve my country. I became a role model for my daughter and for myself. I wore my uniform with great pride. In 1996, I left the military because I needed to be home with family. For many years I searched for a career where I could find the same pride and fulfillment while serving my community. As a veteran, I never felt truly represented by my realtor when we searched for a home. Home is where the heart is. I am passionate about finding that home for my fellow veterans, police officers, firefighters, and the many individuals who serve our country and our community. I firmly believe that a great realtor is still there after the closing documents are signed. Even after the t’s have been crossed and the i’s have been dotted, I follow up to ensure that my clients are happy in their home. After all, it’s where the heart is.