Family has always been my highest priority, so I understand the need to know that our loved ones are safe and protected. I've helped my grandparents through challenging times when they wanted to remain at home but needed the tools to stay independent.
I am so happy to be able to use my years of experience in the construction industry to help other families find a way to create a SafeSpace for the ones they care for the most.
An entrepreneur from the young age of 22, I knew my passion was helping people to achieve their goals. I feel that although all humanity is created equally, not all are treated as such. This statement became very evident upon opening my medical equipment company; where I had the honor of working with the elderly, blind and disabled communities.
I sincerely take relationship-building very seriously of which I feel is a large contributing factor to my successes in life.
I feel that the true reward for a job well done begins with a handshake and finishes strong with a hug.
As a small-town Kansas girl the motto “treat others as you would like to be treated” is my personal philosophy within everything I do.
I truly and genuinely care for the industry of accessibility. I am dedicated to ensuring that you and your loved ones will not only be heard but will do my best to advocate for your needs.
In 2009 my father fell ill and that caused him to become weak and have a hard time functioning on his own, I moved in to assist him. We lived in an apartment with nothing but obstacles that hindered his quality of life.
We hired a company similar to Safe Space to come in and modify the apartment to make life easier on me and most importantly my dad. I’ll never forget the smile he had on his face after the work was done, he was back home in a safe environment.
13 years later I found Shelley and Lori, was brought into their loving, compassionate, customer first oriented business and knew right away this is what I was meant to do with my life.
“The night is darkest just before the dawn.” I come into the office every day knowing that Safe Space is the dawn for many people on the Western Slope and I couldn’t be prouder to have the opportunity to touch so many lives every, single day.