As Thanksgiving approaches and the year draws to a close, our team here at The Caniglia Group is taking some time for self reflection. We have much to be grateful for this year, including you – our wonderful friends and clients. Thank you for allowing us the privilege to work with you!
“I’m thankful for my husband of 49 years, Jerry, and our three amazing sons – Jerry, Michael and Stephen – and their wonderful wives! As well, I’m grateful for our beautiful grandchildren, Kaitlyn, Alexis, Emily, Priscilla, Leo and Bodie. And I could never forget my wonderful Caniglia Group, each and every member outstanding, hardworking and successful. I’m also so appreciative for my art teacher, Kathy Taylor, and all of the wonderful friends I’ve been afforded through art. Also, a big thank you to all of my real estate clients. I am truly blessed!” – Shelley Caniglia
“This year, I am most thankful for my incredible family – for their unconditional love in spite of my many faults, their unwavering support of my dreams, their love and respect of all things living, and the hope that they give me each and every day. They are truly amazing and inspiring to me in each of their own ways. Thank you so much for everything, my beautiful family!” – Steve Caniglia
“Thanksgiving is my absolute favorite holiday and I always try to take some time to think about what I am thankful for. This has been a very special year, as my wife and I welcomed our daughter, Peyton, into the world. I am so very thankful that she is healthy. Her birth has made me realize how truly blessed I am to have so many wonderful people in my life. The love and support from everyone around us has been tremendous.” – Erik Jensen
“This year I am extremely thankful for my colleagues here at The Caniglia Group. I have been with them for almost a year-and-a-half now and everyone has really embraced me, and taken me under their wing – not only in business but also on a personal level. Also, I am always thankful for my family, friends and loved ones who I share my life with every day.” – Daniel Pacconi
“I know most people put that they’re thankful for family, friends and health. As I am getting older, I really am thankful for mine and my husband’s health. I am not only thankful for my family, but the relationships I have with my spouse, my sons, their significant others and my grandchildren. Those relationships are most important to me, as I didn’t have a relationship with my mother growing up, so I do what I can to keep my sons close to my life. And, of course, friends just seem to make the world a happier place!” – Cindy Arend