We are well-prepared and here for you. Life is changing, faster than many of us can keep up with, but as our routines shift in an effort to protect those most vulnerable to the COVID-19 pandemic, we wanted to take a few moments to update you on how our office is changing, and, more important,… Read More
We enjoy being a part of this community and are thankful that we can contribute to our community through volunteerism, donations and company sponsorships. We have partnered with the following non-profit organizations this year. American Heart Association Brenau University Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) Gainesville Ballet Gainesville High School Athletics Gateway Domestic Violence Center Junior… Read More
If you know me at all you know how I feel about Georgia Tech. So, the fact that you clicked the icon to get here means you must be wondering what is going on. I am proud to announce that my friend Julia Kelly has signed with the Georgia Tech swimming and diving team! She… Read More
Headline News: U.S. stock futures are high this morning as traders turned optimistic about a trade deal between the U.S. and China. Home Depot (HD) cut it’s full-year sales forecast and was down 4.5% premarket. Lowe’s Cos Inc (LOW) and Target (TGT) will announce results today, and the earnings could give important details about retailers… Read More
Dawgs 23- Notre Dame 17 The Dawgs got a big win on Saturday beating a good, much better than I expected, Notre Dame team. The game was close until the end, and I admit I was worried when the Irish were driving with a chance to win on the last drive of the game.… Read More
https://bit.ly/2mhhWuX We want to thank the Gainesville Times and Layne Saliba for the recent article on John Lilly and his love for the Georgia Bulldogs. Lilly never shy away from talking about the Dawgs!
DAWGS 30 – VANDY 6 The Dawgs beat a good Vanderbilt team in Nashville on Saturday in front of a great group of traveling fans decked out in red. When I turned on the game, I could not believe the sea of red in the stadium, which looked like a home game for UGA.… Read More
As many of you know, we converse with our clients and friends often. Many times during these talks, we share personal anecdotes about grandchildren, children, vacations, family, and whatever’s going on – you get the gist of it. Something interesting happened during one of these calls. My friend mentioned she had remarried, I asked, “How’s… Read More