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After settling down in Anchorage, Alaska 30 years ago with her husband, together raising three amazing young men, Amy has a solid foundation that is not always common with adults who moved frequently as a child of military relocation. "I learned early on to appreciate all that I have and to have respect for others. I come from a background of values and do my best every day to live them in my personal and professional life," says Amy.
Growing up in the military, Amy certainly appreciates the unique issues that face military children and is proud to be a part of "The Month of The Military Child." She says, "Our parents always presented moving as a positive thing, so it was really neat for us knowing that even though we were leaving friends and a safe environment behind, we also knew that wherever we ended up we would be making new friends and having new adventures."
Amy began her Real Estate career eight years ago with an enthusiasm to help families move, to or within, the Anchorage area. "I bounced around the U.S. as a military child, and I can honestly say, 'I get it'! I know how stressful the transitions can be, moving from one place to another. I love working with military families to help them find that perfect new home, schools and the faith community that fits their needs."
As a Rotarian, she worked to bring the Vietnam Memorial Traveling Wall to Anchorage in 2012 and scheduled 210 man hours with Veterans, soldiers and civilians to stand guard and to help visitors locate their fallen soldiers. "It was by far the most humbling experience of my life."
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In conclusion, Amy smiles and expresses, "I will always be grateful for the opportunity to serve our military families in any way that I can."
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