In real estate, you don't often hear the words "meaning" or "sentimental"

This is Ross.  I took
this picture when he was about to leave his home of ten years for the last
time. Moments like these are always bittersweet, for both the homeowners and
me.  I am immensely gratified to have
known his family for many years.  I met
Ross and his wife Tracy when they were 20-somethings.  They are now almost-forty-somethings, and I
have seen them through four real estate transactions, career growth, lots of
remodelings, and the addition to the family of two wonderful daughters. (Digression:
I’ll never forget 85-lb daughter Lorelei wrangling 135-lb Everest the dog
during an inspection.)
“Meaning” and “sentimental” aren’t words that you often hear
from Realtors.  But it has meant so much
to me to have been involved over the years with this family.  We have lots of memories together! This may
sound sentimental, but for me, it’s not just the dollars, it’s the heart that
goes into helping people with their life transitions.  Good luck with everything, guys, and I’ll
miss you.