A picture of you and the friends you have been close with for the longest.
The “old neighborhood” of my youth could have been the backdrop for “the Wonder Years” meets “the Dick Van Dyke Show.” The Plessners lived 2 doors down, the Arites at the end of the street. Tony Arite my was best friend from the time I was a toddler until junior school. The Plessners were like family…but closer, in all ways. By far the most important friendship in my adult life is the past nine years with best friends and business partners, Joe and David, or as we like to say, Joe and David are life partners and the three of us are business partners for life. While I am blessed to have reconnected and now stay connected with all of these people, I only have one brother and he’s the leader in this pack.