Who would have thought that working with grand juries and Federal agencies like the FBI, ATF, DEA, and U.S. Customs would have led me to my second dream career!After retiring from the U.S. Department of Justice, I wanted to stay active by continuing to help people in my community.I began by helping a friend as a realtor assistant.It didn’t take me long to realize this was my new path to helping others.
Applying the principles of juggling deadlines, handling legal issues and negotiations, while keeping both sides of the transaction running smoothly, makes the leap I made into the real estate industry a logical and natural fit – not just because we use as many acronyms as the government!Best of all, becoming a real estate agent and helping others has been the most gratifying career for me, my family, and most importantly, my clients.
My passion for helping people is the foundation of my success.Meeting the needs and goals of my clients is my focus. Helping bring them peace of mind throughout the process and achieving their goals by owning a new home is even more exciting and fulfilling than working on a case with the FBI!
While I am fortunate enough to help others achieve their dreams, I am also living mine.I am married to Jim, my best friend, who happens to be a real estate agent as well.We have six children – two boys, four girls – and seven grandchildren. While I am not working or spending time with family, I also enjoy oil painting and gardening.