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Board Member Survey Gives Kudos to Pasco-North Tampa Manager

Congratulations

The Pasco-North Tampa Division of Sentry Management earned some bragging rights from the communities they manage. Annually Sentry surveys all Board members to determine areas where service can be improved or ways to bring more value to homeowner and condo associations. In the most recent survey, Tom Connor, Division Manager, received many kudos. One Board member wrote: “We are very satisfied in every way with the support from your company and especially our manager, Tom Connor. Tom takes an active interest in our community and the people who live there. I would support him in anything he proposes for our community.” So it should not be surprising that Tom has retained every Community where he has responsibility, for nearly 10 years. Well Done!


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