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Dermot O’Donnell, President of Cambridge Commons has great things to say about Sentry Management’s Pasco – Tampa office.

Pasco - Tampa HOA Management Testimonial

“I recently completed four gratifying years on the Board, two as President of Cambridge Commons. During that period our community emerged as a showplace in the area as I was fortunate to have the guidance and inspirational ideas from Tom Connor, our Community Manager.  His presence and expertise was often needed to provide the guidance to contractors on short notice when we were presented with problems. He contacted me weekly in spite of his busy schedule—to keep me abreast of all pertinent information regarding our finances. Keeping our dues manageable in a tough economy was both of our concerns.

I can recall his parting words after his visit: “What else needs to be done?” In this environment, it is a rarity to hear this question in today’s industry. Our thanks to you and Sentry Management for providing us with a professional manager whom we trust will be with us for many years.”

Dermot O’Donnell, President

Cambridge Commons


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In this issue: Sentry Management is encouraging Boards to be proactive in matters regarding COVID-19. We encourage you to follow closely the national, state and local government recommendations as well as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).