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Frank & PJ are recovered corporate refugees having traded long commutes and business meetings for a much more rewarding and “hands-on” career. Both are originally from New Jersey, but now call Maine their home!

Frank was a commercial lender having worked for 18 years for both banks and commercial finance companies.  Helping people was at the forefront of PJ’s career starting as a Case Manager, then a Supervisor, for the American Arbitration Association (AAA). Both Frank and PJ changed jobs in early 2004 in hopes of finding better opportunities. Neither found their new position to be what they wanted and decided a bigger change was necessary.

Maine was the logical destination.  Frank & PJ are no strangers to hard work and wanted a career that was both challenging and rewarding.  After completing a substantial renovation of their 19th century farmhouse in Central New Jersey, they enjoyed entertaining and the accolades they received for a job well done. Life long friends and Frank’s family (he is the youngest of seven children) provided a constant stream of evening and overnight guests.

It was preparing for a large family gathering that Frank and PJ realized innkeeping was their future, and fate led them to Rockland and LimeRock Inn. With their dream come true, they enjoy providing their guests with unparalleled service in an environment of comfortable elegance.