Mary's Biography :
Mary was born in a town called Northridge, which is located in Southern California. Her Mom would tell you the first word she said as a baby was horsey. She got her first pony at age 6 and entered her first Horse show at age 10. For the next 12 years Mary and her Father went from Horse Shows to Rodeos, Barrel Racing, and Pole Bending. These were some of the highlights of her early years. Mary wrote in her Senior year book that one day she would live in Northern California. She had gone there as a child while vacationing with her family and she never forgot the town of Auburn. She thought Auburn was the most beautiful town she has ever seen. Mary had a passion for helping people and entered college to become a Respiratory Therapist, in which she had a long and rewarding career of 35 years with Kaiser Permanente. During that time, Mary met and fell in love with a USAF officer named ED, who swept her off her feet, which landed them in Northern California. She left everything and everyone she knew and they started their new life together in Northern California, where they bought a ranch, 12 miles from Auburn. Mary & ED raised 3 boys, and many horses, and animals. ED & Mary continued their careers and at every TDY vacation, Mary would drag ED to Open Houses. She loved Open Houses, decorating homes and home shows. Little did she know then, that she was going to become a Realtor. Mary enjoyed being a military wife and supporting her husband's career. When they moved to Northern California, Mary said she felt like the luckiest girl in the world. She loved her new town in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountains and all it had to offer. With the numerous riding trails, lakes, rivers and wildlife, they had found their paradise in this little town name Pilot Hill. The Foothills have so much to offer.
Mary's husband Ed lost his life in 2012. After that loss Mary decided to retire from the Medical Profession, and spent the next few years sailing. While out on the ocean one afternoon is when Mary decided to become a Realtor. She loved working with people and Real Estate has reopen an avenue to once again, be working with and helping people, find their dream home, their piece of paradise.
Mary will take your objectives to heart and help make them a reality. It is her goal to exceed her client's expectations with her attention to detail, unwavering work ethic, and dedicated client care. Mary knows what it takes to be a great Realtor - loyalty, integrity, and patience to find just the right property.
Mary joined United Country because of the integrity of the company, and it's long history. The day Mary arrived at United Country she said she felt like she was home, after all, it really started many years ago, when she drove with her family through Auburn.