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The New England Chapter for Concerns of Police Survivors

In mid-August 1994, my younger brother was killed in the line of duty as a Massachusetts State Trooper. C.O.P.S formed shortly thereafter and with their support, my family was able to recover from this tragic event. This year it was METRO BOSTON PROPERTY INSPECTIONS’ pleasure to be able to provide 150 M&M filled candy canes to support the C.O.P.S. Christmas Party. 

Tod Whiting, Owner of Metro Boston Property Inspections

More information about the C.O.P.S. organization:

Concerns of Police Survivors, Inc., also known as C.O.P.S., is a nationwide non-profit 501(c)(3) organization providing resources to assist in the rebuilding of the lives of survivors of law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty as determined by Federal government criteria. The New England Chapter supports survivors in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont.

The New England Chapter of C.O.P.S. began its mission in July, 1995. Each year, between 140 and 160 officers are killed nationally in the line of duty and their families and co-workers are left to cope with the tragic loss. The national and local chapters of C.O.P.S. provide resources to help them rebuild their shattered lives. There is no membership fee to join C.O.P.S. – the price paid is already too high.


Aside from our occasional fundraisers (like our fun annual golf tournament), we rely on donations from supportive organizations, businesses, and individuals. If you would like to donate to New England C.O.P.S., you can donate using the mailing address listed below – any amount would be appreciated. Your check can be made out to The New England Chapter of Concerns of Police Survivors.

New England Concerns of Police Survivors
P.O. Box 13,
Somerville, MA 02143

Operation American Soldier

Mission statement:

Operation American Soldier exists to support and encourage the Soldiers, Sailors, Marines and Airmen/women of the United States Armed Forces. Our goal is to “Let no one walk away from mail call empty handed”. As long as there are wars/conflicts in which our troops serve, Operation American Soldier will ship “care boxes”.

We are limited only by our finances and donations. We began at the start of the war on terror. To date we have provided more than 1000 members of the Armed Forces with support from home. We have received numerous letters of gratitude from the recipients. Each box contains an assortment of snacks, beverages, coffees/teas, books, magazines, toiletries, and letters of support, games and fun items. We receive some donations from the community, friends & family. Shipping costs are a major factor in our operation. OAS (Operation American Soldier) is based in our home. 100% of the donations, financial and material go directly to the troops.

2008 is the first year that OAS has been 501 c compliant. Prior to 2008 we were self contained (self supporting). We have always shopped and shipped as our budget would allow. The need for support to our troops is much larger that we can handle on our own. Many of our troops receive NO support from home. The moral of our troops is vitally important to them and us www.OperationAmericanSoldier.org

Andrea Gramolini


My name is Andrea, and I am the newest Associate Home Inspector at Metro Boston Property Inspections. I joined the team in May of 2023 and am learning quickly with such an experienced and dedicated team.

Before coming to Metro Boston Property Inspections, I worked in construction for over 7 years. I enjoy helping others with the process of purchasing their home or commercial property, as real estate is typically the largest investment of someone’s life. Knowing I am adding value to others’ experiences in the real estate purchasing process is very rewarding.

I look forward to working with you when the time is right for your first or next property.

Kristopher Crowell


My name is Kristopher. My attention-to-detail and fascination with building & materials science are well-suited to this work. I joined Metro Boston Property Inspections in October 2022.

I’ve spent the last 12 years as a project manager on hundreds of residential and commercial projects. Understanding the need for quality installation, maintenance, and repair, I provide unique insights into ensuring the systems we depend on function and last as we intend them to.

Buying a home is a pivotal moment for most people, and my role with MBPI is to help you navigate those crucial days. 

Mark Weinzierl

Licensed Home Inspector

My name is Mark, I am married and have 1 son! Previous to becoming a home inspector, I was a science and engineering teacher and later a property manager.

I joined the team at Metro Boston Property Inspections in 2021. It has been a great experience working with and learning from the many professionals here at MBPI.

For many, buying a home is the biggest financial decision they have ever made. As a licensed home inspector, I get to help people during this exciting and stressful process by teaching them about the homes they are hoping to buy.

I look forward to meeting you when the time comes to for you to purchase your first, or next home!

Robert Madzar

Residential Construction Home Inspector

My name is Rob Madzar I joined the Metro Boston Property Inspection team in 2019 after 30 years of working in residential construction.

  • In addition to my home inspector license, I have a construction supervisor’s license and a real estate agent’s license.
  • I am mold certified
  • I was looking to join an established inspection company with a proven track record of excellent Customer service, and high expectations of their employee’s professionalism. I found both at Metro Boston Property Inspections.
  • I look forward to helping show clients our high standards.

We provide real estate inspections for both residential and commercial clients ranging in size from small garden-style apartments up to 100,000 SF commercial properties. We provide our clients a computer-generated narrative report within 24 hours of the inspection for residential clients, and depending on the size, style and condition of the property, commercial reports may take up to 5 days.

Missy Boyle

Operations Manager

Hello, my name is Missy and I am the Operations Manager. I have been with MBPI since June of 2017. I came to MBPI with an extensive real estate background. I worked as a licensed real estate assistant for over 12 years at one of the largest real estate companies in the world.

I love helping clients and agents alike by educating them on our services and doing whatever I can to accommodate their busy schedules! I consider it a personal challenge to exceed everyone’s requests. I love talking with people and can relate to them and what they are going through because of my real estate background. I also love when it’s time to follow up with our clients and agents after the inspection…it is so wonderful to hear all the kind things they have to say about our inspectors and how thorough and wonderful they are!

Customer Service is a HUGE priority for all of us at Metro Boston Property Inspections, and we can’t wait to help you when you’re ready for us!

Tod Whiting

CEO and President

Hello, I am pleased to introduce myself to our past and future clients. I am a Massachusetts Licensed Home inspector, Certified Radon Measurement Technician, Certified Mold Inspector, Registered pest Inspector, and Certified Commercial Inspector.

Prior to the creation of MBPI, I was a franchisee with Allstate Home Inspection & Household Environmental Testing, 1998 to 2007. As a member of AHI, I was hired by corporate to provide training to new franchisees.
Training and coaching are passions of mine and I enjoy developing new inspectors in order to create the most consistent inspection experience there is.

I am a member of the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI), Indoor Air Quality Association, and the Association of Radon Scientists and Technologists. I am an affiliate member of the Asian Real Estate Association of America.

For 22 years I coached competitive fastpitch softball from kindergarten instructional leagues to college showcase teams. I still play softball today on a co-ed team with my daughters.

My real passion is running my business and creating opportunities for our team, our clients and our referral partners to realize their dream life and to develop opportunities to make a real difference in our community and the world.