I worked in “Corporate America” for over 20 years. One day I read an obituary that said “car salesman dies” and I realized that I did not want to be remembered by my profession and I decided to turn my avocation into my vocation. I love playing the cello and I love weddings. A wise person once said that if you love what you do, you will never work another day in your life.
I truly love what I do. You can always pick me out at a wedding because I am the one with the biggest smile.
I try to run the business and treat brides the way that I like to be treated and I try to be the easiest vendor that a bride will have to deal with.
I designed the web site, not as a selling tool, but to be as informative as possible. Please feel free to visit the site often. If there is any thing in the site that you can use, please help yourself.
If you have any questions about your ceremony, please feel free to call me, even if you are not using the Shrewsbury String Quartet. We have done several hundred weddings and always enjoy helping brides.
I read that obituary over 20 years ago. I now realize that it doesn’t matter if you’re remembered as a car salesman or a musician or any other profession. What truly matters is that you are remembered as husband, father, brother, son, friend.
When I was a young man, I worried what people thought about me. Did they think I was “cool”? Did they think I was attractive?
When I got a little older I stopped caring what people thought about me.
When I got much older, I realized they weren’t thinking about me at all.