Liberty Inspection Group - May 2018 610.717.3082 MAY 2018


T his month, with Mother’s Day right around the corner, I’d like to take a moment to recognize the two most important women in my life: my beautiful wife, Karen; and my incredible mom, Kate. I know that without the lifelong support of these two powerful, kind, and intelligent women, there’s no way I’d be where I am today. Growing up, my mom was the rock of my life. My stepdad, whom she divorced later in life, was in the military traveling around the country and rarely a consistent presence. Meanwhile, my mother was always there when my sisters or I needed to talk and to give us guidance and encouragement. She was the picture of patience and kindness, showing us how to deal with others while keeping things in perspective.

a year, and I always try to let her know just how important her guidance has been to me.

Certainly, without my mom teaching me all she could about building relationships and being genuinely invested in others’ lives, I’m sure I never would have met Karen. And without my wife by my side, I really can’t imagine what my life would be like today. We match up well; I’m the big-picture, long-term-focus guy, and she’s on top of the short-term nitty-gritty of the everyday. She handles the crazy schedules of our three girls and offers them invaluable support, just like my mom did for me. I’m thrilled that my daughters have Karen as an awesome role model to look up to, with her driven attitude and trademark intensity. She was the picture of patience and kindness, showing us how to deal with others while keeping things in perspective.” For Mother’s Day this year, I’ll probably do the classic holiday move and take Karen out to eat as the tiniest token of my immense appreciation for her. Mom will be up north, but I’ll make sure to give her a call as well. It would be impossible for me to express my gratitude to Karen and my mom for everything they've done for me and our family, but I plan to spend the day trying.

Once, she drove us from Pennsylvania to Colorado in a little blue Volkswagen Beetle when I was only six years old. I’m sure it was a trip that took more than a little patience on her part, but all I remember is the fun we had along the way. I watched the landscape and chatted endlessly to my mom. Though she lives about three hours north of us today, I still see her a couple times

I hope all of you have a happy Mother's Day and a wonderful May!

–Chris Earley

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