Erik Lunger- Canandaigua Office
With all the warm weather this summer, I am able to be on the golf course as often as possible. I was fortunate to grow up on a golf course and learned how to play as a young kid. After dinner, I would walk down the hill and play a quick nine holes. I would practice my swing every day. Yes, even in the winter! Some would wonder why I love this game so much. It is the feeling I get when I strike a little white ball and watch it fly 300+ yards. Also, I love that the game of golf travels with me- it can be played anywhere in the world. I have met many people while playing this sport and some have become lifelong friends. Some would say (or maybe my wife would say), that I am obsessed with golf and I am ok with that!!
Stephanie Licciardello - Rochester Office
With my first year at MMB almost under my belt, I’m looking forward to my upcoming trip to Greece. I’ve always loved to travel, and Greece has been on my bucket list since I was a little kid. I’ve visited Italy in the past, and I’m excited to compare the differences between the two cultures. We fly into Athens, and we plan on visiting the Parthenon and exploring the area when we arrive. I’m hoping to visit Mykonos, Santorini, and plenty of beaches during my trip, and I can’t wait!
Cathy Blood - Rochester Office
I recently returned from a great vacation in Southern Utah, and immediately began researching places for next year’s vacation. That travel bug sure is biting me hard lately! My vacations these days are not just for relaxation. I have an insatiable curiosity about places I have never seen. Even within our own country there is such diversity! The various landscapes, wildlife, and cultures are so interesting, and I learn something new every time I travel. I am always aware that my life is good, but while on vacation I must have said “we are so blessed” about a hundred times!
Mark Forte - Rochester Office
I think everyone has received either the phone call or email from someone pretending to be the IRS at least once in the past couple of years. The most important thing to remember is that they don’t call (or email) you, you have to contact them. And they only contact you if there is a problem via the US Postal Service.
Suzanne Hicks - Rochester Office
My boyfriend Michael and I have just begun our search for the perfect home. We know it may be several months before we really get serious about putting in an offer, but we have started the process by meeting with a realtor and coming up with a list of “must haves.” Of course, a decent yard is a major consideration for Eli puppy to run around in. Although it is busy season, we have found time to pop out to a couple Open Houses to get an idea of what is out there as far as size and features for different price points.