I have lived in Eastern Washington for the majority of my life, with the last 41 years residing in Quincy. I graduated from Washington State University with a degree in Agronomy and Soils. Following graduation in 1972 I worked for the Soil Conservation Service in Northern Idaho. I returned to Eastern Washington in 1976 to be closer to family and began a long career with Lamb Weston, a large potato processing company in Quincy. I raised four children in the Quincy Valley, who all have graduated from college and are leading successful lives of their own. It is now my pleasure to be the Managing Broker of the Windermere team in Quincy, working with my wife Deb Adams, who is the owner/broker of both the Quincy and Ephrata offices.
I enjoy the outdoors with both hunting and fishing being important activities in my life. I was involved in coaching track and field at Quincy High School for over 12 years, retiring in 2006. I'm a nationally certified track official and have been a starter at State Track Meets for the past 15 years. I have been actively involved in Quincy Valley Allied Arts musical productions since its conception in1999. I have directed four of these productions, South Pacific, Annie Get Your Gun, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying and My Fair Lady.
My Goals are to provide you with a quality, professional experience while assisting with your Real Estate needs. I will assist you whether you are looking to buy of sell a home, land, commercial or recreational property. I am an accredited Staging Professional, accreredited Buyers Representative and Certified Negotiator. I would love to earn your trust and become your REALTOR FOR LIFE. Oh by the way, I'm never to busy for your referrals!