This week we are featuring a homeowner testimonial. The Whitley’s submitted this letter to the Shea owners of the Carolinas division.
We want to thank you for building us a wonderful home that we will enjoy for years to come. From the beginning it has been a pleasant and exciting experience. All through the construction process we noted the care taken in producing a great house.
When we signed the contract last June to have our home built, we had no idea what to expect. Emily and Debbie were there to hold our hands and take care of any questions and concerns we had. There was never a difficult moment with them. They are true professionals and deserve many thanks for their hard work. It’s no wonder so many homes sold this year in our neighborhood.
April was very knowledgeable and gave very helpful information about the products. Her advice made a big difference in getting everything coordinated. We couldn’t have put everything together without her.
Johnny is such a great guy to work with. Both of us have construction experience and watched everything as it was being built. We were at the house almost every day documenting the progress in pictures. They was never an argument about correcting things we found not up to our standards. Johnny was on top of everything. From start to finish he was on our side making sure our home was everything we expected it to be.
What can we say; you have a fantastic team of professionals.
We have only good things to say about Shea Homes. It’s such a joy to be here. Thank you again for your diligence in producing a well-built home. We have recommended Shea to several people and will continue to do so.
Shea Carolinas homeowners
Thanks Whitley family, and welcome to the neighborhood!
To see about making your home in a Shea Carolinas neighborhood, start your search online at www.sheahomes.com/charlotte or www.sheahomes.com/greensboro.
This month, our Shea Homes Mini Hero nomination goes to Jack Welch. Two years ago the Welch family moved into their lovely Shea Home; they were ecstatic to start a new chapter in their lives.
One year later, their lives took a drastic change when the family noticed something was “off” with Jack. His attitude had completely changed; he was fussy and much more irritable than normal. He routinely lost his appetite, turned pale, and became lethargic. His parents took him to the doctor hoping maybe he had an ear infection, strep, or even mono.
To their saddened surprise, Jack was diagnosed with Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia at the young age of four. Jack was sent right to Phoenix Children’s Hospital where he stayed for a week, starting chemotherapy right away. The Welch family’s journey with cancer had just begun.
From day one, Jack’s parents sought out any opportunity they had to fight back against their son’s cancer. They heard about the Light the Night fundraiser, which was supported by the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, and shortly after, the Jack Strikes Back team had begun. The Welch family has always been hard working and willing to help others, so it has been a big transition to be on the receiving end. They raised $9,000 in the first six weeks just from friends and family and have now raised about $15,000 so far.
If you would like help the Welch family and other families facing similar struggles, you can join team Jack Strikes Back by visiting www.lightthenight.org. Monetary donations to the team are welcome as well. The next Light the Night event is November 10th at Tempe Town Lake. It is a wonderful event perfect for families of all ages. Prepare to be inspired!
We are very proud of Jack and his family as they keep fighting back at Leukemia. We wish them the best and are excited to see Jacks many accomplishments he will conquer in the future. For continued updates on Jack’s fight against Leukemia, “Like” Jack Strikes Back on Facebook.