22 years ago I opened a small home inspection business. I saw a door of opportunity open as I looked into the future for my family and myself. I’m not sure of the exact definition of success but after almost a quarter century of working to provide a service to the community I grew up in, I can look back and say I am comfortable with my time and efforts in the home inspection industry.
However, there comes a time when a change was in order. In July of 2016, my girlfriend, Elizabeth Rasnick, accepted a position at Georgia Southern University in Statesboro, Georgia. She asked if I would accompany her to a small college town so she could advance her career as a professor there. We talked of the changes that would occur and of the uncertainty that follows anyone who tries to make a better life for themselves.
It didn’t take long for me to realize a whole new world was waiting for both of us. The comfort of staying in Hampton Roads was soon replaced with a strange desire to explore a new universe that was unfolding.
There is not enough space or time to thank everyone who made Pete Sessa & Associates successful. Too many would be left off a long list of people and businesses that made it possible.
To say that I was lucky would be an understatement. To say I could have done better is a certainty. I am saddened to think I will never have the opportunity to work and play there again. But all good things must come to an end.
I am officially closing Pete Sessa & Associates as I now am immersed in a new and strange place in the coastal plains of Georgia known as the Low Country.
I wish the very best to everyone and hope their life’s dreams and ambitions are fulfilled.