Work hard, stay positive, and get up early. It’s the best part of the day.
Never underestimate the pain of a person, because in all honesty, everyone is struggling. Some people are better at hiding it than others.
She's always watching you.
The ultimate meaning of humanity is love and respect.
When she’s not working, Susan enjoys watching old movies, reading a good thriller, and sweating it out on her Peloton bike. She is happiest when finally learning the “real” recipes for her mother’s Italian cooking.
Chris is our IT guy, like Nick Burns, but better
I've never met a stranger!
I am always ready to drag someone up the mountain.
Every week Priya is fascinated with something new; ask her about this week's obsession.
Damaris has a green thumb and a growing plant collection. It's a leaf-long affair.
Roxy knows who belongs in the office and who doesn't. The mail person definitely doesn't belong.
One day, he might use his children's interests as inspiration and get a tattoo of a dinosaur on a stand-up paddleboard...or he might not.
Eric loves to golf, fish and cook. With a house full of children, the only one he gets to enjoy now is cooking.
Finally an empty-nester, Diane & her husband are back in Boston and loving it.
Andrew never passes on the chance for a bike ride.
For someone who runs, bikes & swims a lot – Jean possesses an uncanny ability to make it look like it’s the first time she ever tried.
Saarinen loves to bark and walk around in the background when his human is in a video meeting. The rest of the day, he just sleeps.
Tim spends a lot of time overseas in the military so we have to quarantine him.
Nadia loves walking up mountains and riding bikes down mountains.
Brianna works hard so Moegli can have the fancy dog treats; Moegli works hard to steal Brianna’s spot on the couch.
Renzo has big shoes to fill.
Jax is a good assistant and keeps his human on schedule.
Joanna can drive a golf ball over 200 yards but still can't break 100. Yet.
Driven by commitment, selflessness and sincerity, Chris was the ideal emissary for Jones Payne. His influence on the firm reaffirms who we are as a company and sets the bar for who we aspire to be.
John’s kids, now teenagers, have never seen dad without a phone on his ear.
John has a fantastic kite collection because where would we be if we couldn’t fly a kite?
If you want to eat well, make a visit to Patrick’s house.
Larysa believes the best time is time in the garden.
If the activity is outdoors, Pru will be there.
Dan has four grandchildren, chronologically they were born in alphabetical order - Cary, Forest, Murphy, and Reese.
Reflections on 34 years (YIKES !!):
“Don’t it always seem to go. That you don’t know what you got til it’s gone…” - Joni Mitchell and Bob Dylan
...and the number of communities we’ve collectively made quieter and more livable keeps growing.
As a founding partner, Randy defined Jones Payne’s purpose, working together to do good and be good. He dedicated a large part of his career to the noise mitigation industry. His lasting impact continues to guide us to this day.