Helping At Home
Several years ago, our daughter, Marley, was uncertain of her future and decided to join the Army!
She became a Medic, went on to supervise and train others, and has consistently earned high marks
from all of her superiors. We couldn’t be prouder of Sergeant Rivard’s service to our country as well
as her numerous awards and accomplishments.
With the end of her Army career fast approaching, Marley decided to participate in the Army’s new
internship program. Much to our surprise and delight, she chose to intern with Eagle and has
recently begun the rigorous training process to become a licensed home inspector.
We welcome Marley into our nest and hope that her internship will someday lead to a permanent
place on the Eagle Home Inspections team!
In addition to the military and first responder discounts we’ve offered, Eagle is now happy to announce our affiliation with the Homes for Heroes program which extends discounted services to teachers! If you are active or veteran military, first responders, law enforcement, fire fighters, healthcare professionals or teachers, please be sure to let us know when booking your inspection and receive $45 off your complete home inspection fee as our special thank you for your service!!
Ron and I believe in love. We treat each other with kindness and respect and inspire each other to be the best people we can be. We love our five daughters and believe that they, in turn, learn how to love by the example we set for them.
Ron comes from a large family. They loved each other, but always struggled just to make ends meet. By the time he was an adolescent, Ron realized that education was his only hope for a better life. He was lucky enough to find a champion and that sponsorship changed Ron's life.
After graduating from college in 2009, our daughter, Margaret, made the decision to volunteer at the Hope for Children Fund Youth Center in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. It was here that she met Rediet, a bright young boy who told her that someday, he wanted to become President of Ethiopia. Rediet's mom had recently died. He had never known his father, also deceased, and had no siblings. Margaret called and said, "Mom, Rediet doesn't have anyone and I really believe in this kid. Can we help him?"
It started years ago with someone offering Ron a chance. Now we had a chance to help Rediet.
Six years ago, Rediet was accepted into the school of engineering at Dire Dawa University. Out of 200 students who applied for their Architectural Engineering program, Rediet was one of only 52 accepted. He says it is very hard work, but he continues to embrace the challenge. He will be graduating this year and we couldn’t be prouder of him! Rediet said he would love to come to the US and work for Eagle. We would love that, too, and hope that someday soon, our dream and his will become a reality!
Ron and I believe in love and we believe in our children. They are our future. There are many other
children, like Rediet, who just need someone’s help. That someone could be you! Click here for
more information about how your contribution can change a life.