Adam and his wife Michelle started their Home Helpers business in 2002, while Adam was serving as a police officer. The business grew rapidly, and Adam soon retired from duty to focus on the business full time.
Under Adam’s leadership, the company continued to grow. He was an innovator, mentor, and well-respected leader within the Home Helpers family, understanding the value of a strong brand and the concept that the whole is greater than the sum of the parts.
A vocal leader and passionate advocate for Home Helpers, Adam was an early adopter and a pioneer of our franchise system. He campaigned for many of the support tools available to Home Helpers franchises today, and helped us differentiate the company as an exemplary senior home care provider.
Adam was regularly recognized for his contributions and achievements within the Home Helpers system, receiving both the Direct Link President’s Award in 2009 and the Home Helpers President’s Award in 2008.
Tragically, we lost Adam in the summer of 2009. His presence, passion, and leadership are sorely missed by those who knew him. His wife Michelle continues the mission Adam started in their community more than a decade ago.