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A Note From President Jerry Enos

It’s officially summer.  It’s the time of year for friends and family, vacations and updating our homes. If you are like many, you may be feeling the effects of difficult financial times.  We all have our own challenges and solutions may seem impossible sometimes.  Here at Jerry Enos Painting, we understand those issues.  I hear it from our staff, as well as people in the community.  You may not be able to buy a new home or do the renovations that you were planning, but maybe there’s a way we can help you modify some of your goals and bring you the happiness you deserve in these tough times.   We…

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