We have been married 40+ years and have lived all of our married life in Alcorn County. We are blessed with two grown children: a daughter. Anna, and a son, Russ. We now enjoy 3 grandchildren and 2 grand-dogs.
My wife, Sherri is an RN and has worked in nursing for many years. After receiving her master's degree in nursing, she taught nursing at Northeast MS Community College 19 years before retiring.
I have worked 42 years in education teaching science at Kossuth, Alcorn Central, Itawamba Community College, Northeast MS Community College, and finally serving as principal at Kossuth High School. I have also served on the faculty of Union University, the University of North Alabama, and McNairy County schools.
During our marriage, we have owned 6 different homes, 3 of which we built. We have also owned several rental properties. We have owned a trophy business, a floral business and we were co-owners of a monument business.
We know our experience in serving customers in business and our real estate experience will enable us to serve you with exceptional service and dedication. We hope to hear from you soon.
People Before Profits
Passion for excellence
Create Clients for Life
OUR MESSAGE TO YOU:
We share a passionate commitment to establishing deep relationships in order to understand our clients' needs. We work toward real solutions using expert knowledge, teamwork, and leadership. We can use our combined expertise of education, property ownership, property management, and business ownership in our real estate business to assist our clients in their pursuit of either buying or selling their home or other property
We offer tested, proven, and repeatable marketing programs for both buyers and sellers, not offered by traditional Real Estate agents. In addition to the sites that other agents offer to market your home, we personally invest many dollars every year with our own websites and other programs to attract buyers for your home. We also enjoy helping first-time homebuyers learn the buying process.
Alcorn, Prentiss, McNairy, Tippah, and Tishomingo