This is my daughter Melissa and son, Tanner(Ain’t she purdy??). Dad, in his day (he passed away a few years back), was nationally recognized for his talents and abilities. I can only hope to prove worthy as a steward carrying on the family name. We have tuned 10’s of 1000’s of pianos, repaired or rebuilt thousands of pianos, had high-falootin’ (southern word) associations we could pin in our proverbial hats, been in the right place at the right time… recording studios, concert stages, big name celebrities (sometimes with egos to match, lol!) — you know what I mean? However two big points loom large in my mind right now. One is, he loved this trade, and so do I. Secondly, I understand that you are not really impressed with a listing of all our family’s accolades when it really gets down to it… but I do know that you need to know that I care about your piano. I truly do. The sense of accomplishment from a job well done is even more precious when it comes with difficulty, anyone can fall off a log. We treasure/appreciate what we really work for don’t we?
I hope, as a native Atlantan, a Cherokee half-breed and good ole’ southern boy that apprenticed a trade and stuck with it through thick and thin, that you will want to meet, that you will give me an opportunity to work on gettin’ better at what I do, and that you will join me in perpetuating a winning legacy. Have a great day, and may God richly favor you and yours!