We aren’t are not only committed to our families and clients, we understand that our time and efforts need to be extended. Our community should also hold a priority for us to give back. We feel strongly that some of our time and efforts be spent giving back to our community.
Long after their children completed their time in recreational sports, Eric has continued to give of his time and experience to mentoring our youth through pop warner football as well as youth basketball leagues. Far beyond the x’s and o’s of the sport, Eric realizes these are the most critical years for these boys to build character, sportsmanship, and commitment to something bigger than themselves “ I love sports, but more than that I really enjoy being able to give my time to help build up these boys as they turn into young men”.
Connie lends her experience, guidance, and resources to a local women business group she established years ago. She has established a group of female entrepreneurs looking to find support in their thriving businesses while working hard to find their place in the current economy.
Connie and Eric have also established a “Financial Literacy” program for young college aged adults. They feel like they missed out on so much critical yet basic and simple advice that when Connie and Eric look back to when they were young adults, they realize that they were not exposed to the tools and knowledge necessary to make smart financial decisions. They are dedicating themselves to getting young adults off on the right foot. Connie says, “We are working in our community to help bright young adults avoid some of the pitfalls we experienced fell into at their age. Instead we want to help them build a strong financial base for their lives…there is nothing more rewarding than hearing them say, “I too want to do the right things to create wealth …I’m going to start saving right away.”