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Press Release
Written By
Allison Sledge

"I wanted to do something in service to our Country and give Iraqi’s their freedom, but I was nervous because I oversaw 6 people, my fellow soldiers, whose lives were in my hands.”
John Roames

ALEXANDRIA , VIRGINIA , USA, May 23, 2023/EINPresswire.com/ -- John Roames is a highly regarded, thoughtful, and deeply intelligent real estate agent with “Homes by Roames,” a REMAX Gateway Realty affiliate. He is also a United States Army Veteran.

John was born in Park Ridge, Illinois, and his family moved to Bradenton, Florida, where he was in the Junior ROTC in high school before joining the Army at age 17. He had a son, John “Jesse” Jr., and went to basic training at Ft. Sill, Oklahoma.

While at Ft. Sill, John began his career training as an MLRS Fire Direction Specialist (MOS/13P). He says, “A Multiple Launch Rocket System (MLRS) Fire Direction Specialist is an important part of the Army's combat team. MLRS teams are used to support infantry and tank units while supplementing cannon artillery in combat. The MLRS launches various missiles and rockets in quick strikes during combat and the Field Artillery Batteries compute, record, and transmit the firing data where rockets would go, so you can imagine how much I had to learn in such a short amount of time.”

John’s first Duty Station was at Camp Stanley in Uiejeongbu, South Korea. He was in the Alpha Battery 38th Field Artillery Regiment where he trained in the fields with live fire rockets, shooting them into the sides of mountains, preparing for battle in case North Korea invaded South Korea. John was there on the 50th anniversary of the Korean War, so things were tense. After relocating to Ft. Sill, Oklahoma, he then went to Ft. Hood, Texas, to train in a war fighter simulation exercise when 9/11 happened and he thought it was a simulation. “I couldn’t believe it was real.” He says, “Because of the simulation, everything seems so real, so I thought 9/11 was just another exercise, but it wasn’t. Fortunately, I was able to get home in time to be there for the birth of my daughter, Katerina. In 2003, I was deployed to Iraq during the invasion. I was excited because I wanted to do something in service to our Country and give Iraqi’s their freedom, but I was nervous because I oversaw 6 people, my fellow soldiers, whose lives were in my hands, so it was a lot to take in. We landed in Kuwait the day the war started and, after going into Iraq, we took ammunition and weapons out of the sites that Saddam Hussein hid everywhere. We literally cleaned up Baghdad. There were white ammo phosphorus rounds, grenades, cannon rounds, and machine gun ammo all over the place. When we got back to the United States, we were treated as heroes, which was cool. We flew back to New York and circled around the Statue of Liberty and the whole city was cheering us. I still get goosebumps thinking about it.”

John then deployed back to Iraq as a Convoy Escort Unit in a highly secured armored vehicle where he protected large convoys up and down the thousands of miles of highways in Iraq. He says, “We avoided hundreds of Improvised Explosive Devices (IED’s) and didn’t lose one member.” He PCS’d back to Ft. Sill for reclassification and was assigned as a MOS 13F Joint Fire Support Specialist or Forward Observer (FO). “This is the guy on the hill calling for artillery fire and coordinating mortar, close air support, and attack helicopters,” John explains.

John trained at Ft. Riley, Kansas for a military transition team to prepare for his next deployment back to Iraq helping Iraqi Army troops to be better equipped to take over their Country. Returning from Iraq, he was stationed at Schofield Barracks in Hawaii with the Stryker Calvary Unit and then went to India as a joint exercise with the Indian Army before heading back to Iraq to help the U.S. troops transition back to the United States. After going back to Hawaii for more training, John was assigned to Camp Atterbury in Indiana where he was stationed and trained the Reserves and National Guard. In 2015 he moved to Ft. Belvoir in Virginia to work in Informational Operations. He deployed one last time to Afghanistan in support of a joint task force before retiring from the Army in 2018. He then began working in Government contracting as the Director of Product Operations for a technology company, but felt he needed to get away from that because he wanted to experience his own successes and failures, which led him into a new career in real estate. He says, “I wanted to specifically help Veterans and Active-Duty members buy or sell their homes. It was important for me to get my Military Relocation Professional (MRP) Certification to stand out as a qualified realtor who is ready, willing, and able to assist our military with all of their needs.”

John knows firsthand how difficult it can be for relationships to survive when one spouse is constantly deployed. His wife, Tameika, is an Army Veteran and is now a Psychological Operator in the Army Reserves. She holds two master’s degrees and together, they own and operate a glamping business where people can unwind and relax.

John enjoys hiking, kayaking, traveling, sightseeing, and exploring wineries and breweries. He has visited over 20 countries and all 50 states.

His service areas in Northern Virginia include Fort Belvoir, Fort Myer, Pentagon, Quantico, Alexandria, Arlington, Fairfax, Woodbridge, Reston, Chantilly, Tysons Corner, Stafford, Fredericksburg, and Springfield.

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"Not only do they sacrifice their lives to serve our country, but their commitment is second to none. They deserve every single benefit they have earned.”
Theresia Wolff

Press Release
Written By
Allison Sledge

HONOLULU , HAWAII, USA, April 13, 2023/EINPresswire.com/ -- Theresia Wolff is a wonderfully amazing, multi-talented, communicative, and transparent real estate agent at EXP Realty in Honolulu, Hawaii.

Theresia is a beautiful mixture of the Filipino, Chinese, and Spanish cultures and was adopted as an infant by her Dutch parents, William, and Johanna, who hailed from Holland. She says, “My mom wanted a girl, so she made sure I did all of the ‘girly’ things growing up! I took all of the lessons ~ piano, swimming, tennis, hula, cooking, arts & crafts, and even etiquette classes where I walked around with a book on my head for posture. My parents already had two sons and it was a wonderful childhood growing up with my brothers. We grew up going to the beach, having picnics, riding bikes, going hiking, playing with our dogs and we went to Holland every summer to visit the family, so I learned how to speak fluent Dutch.”

Theresia graduated from Kalaheo High School and then attended the University of Hawaii, studying Business Administration, and then worked at Hawaiian Trust Company which operated within the Bank of Hawaii as an affiliate. “It was a pleasure to interact and be of service to the clients and I loved taking it all in. It was an eye-opening experience for me. I learned all about Trusts and I really do believe in them.”

Another memorable time for Theresia was when a friend of hers asked her to give her a ride to an interview to work on a cruise ship, which she obliged. After being there for a while and observing everything, she said: “I can do that!” She applied, interviewed, and was hired to work as a hostess on the American Hawaii Cruise Ship where she managed over 750 American passengers on all aspects of the cruise, going from island to island. She had her own private quarters and spent her time riding her bike and hiking when they docked and then came back to the ship saying ‘Aloha!’ all day and teaching hula dancing.

After a few years, Theresia worked as a financial planner at ‘Met Life’ as a retirement specialist and also did annuities, IRA’s, and Life Insurance working closely with Trust Attorney’s holding seminars. She says, “I worked with many older people back then and developed a lifelong passion to protect them. There are quite a few people who take advantage of elderly people, and I wanted to ensure that I was there to nourish and safeguard them.”

Family is very important to Theresia, and she understood that every family needs a home, and a foundation to live their best life so she decided to enter the real estate profession. She went to the John Stapleton School of Real Estate in Honolulu and got licensed. “From my experience, I already had a lot of the qualities that real estate agents need to be successful, so I thought it would be a natural career progression for me. I learned to have a thorough understanding of principles, laws, and the practice of representing buyers and sellers in the transaction process. I also learned about advertising, ethics, fair housing, escrow, and title insurance, offers and closings, listing presentations, showings, contracts, mandatory disclosures, property management, and lender financing. Although it was a little scary for me to work on straight commission, I decided to flip houses first and then I really focused on what the brokers were doing, and I learned a great deal from them.”

Because Theresia’s father and his brothers were prisoners of war (POW’s) she has a very deep personal respect and admiration for our military members and their families. “Not only do they sacrifice their lives to serve our country, but their commitment is second to none. They deserve every single benefit they have earned. This is one of the many reasons I got my Military Relocation Professional (MRP) Certification. Military people move all the time and often when they come to Hawaii, it’s their first time here, so I believe that they need someone like me who is familiar with the island. They are genuinely nice people who are family oriented and it’s a great investment for them to buy a house, so they need an experienced realtor who understands them. I value them and they can be sure that they are in good hands with me.”

Theresia is a full-on animal lover and is active with the humane society and the international wildlife foundation. She is also a former member of the rotary club.

Other than Honolulu, Theresia serves Kailua, Kaneohe, Hawaii Kai, Waiale-Iki, Diamond Head, Waikiki, Ewa Beach, Kapolei, Mililani, Waialua, and the North Shore.

The military bases Theresia covers are: Wheeler Army Airfield, Schofield Barracks, Fort Derussy Army Base, Tripler Medical Center, Bellows Air Force Station, Barking Sands Navy Base, Barking Sands Navy Base, NCTAMS PAC Navy Base, Marine Corps Base Hawaii, Station Maui Coast Guard, US Coast Guard Honolulu, US Coast Guard Honolulu, Kunia Field Station, Pohakuloa Training Area, and Joint Base Pearl Harbor Hickam.

The state of Hawaii offers a wealth of options for residential buyers & investors: From a plantation beach house on the North Shore or Kailua to modern posh condos in Kakaako, Waikiki, golf villas in Kapolei, Ewa Beach, to luxury homes in Diamond Head, Hawaii Loa Ridge, or a Hawaii Kai townhome on the water with a boat dock. The choices are almost limitless.

When selling a home in Hawaii, Theresia's ongoing and personalized service and follow-through are equally crucial in allowing you to know you are hiring the right agent with 20 years of experience. In 2022 Theresia was a nominee for The Aloha 'Āina REALTOR® Awards Program.™

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 Dr. Mary Kraft - Navy Veteran ~ Virginia Beach, Virginia 


"You had to stay sharp because your life and the lives of your fellow shipmates depended on it. Of course, this was intentional to prepare us for what was ahead as a member of the United States Navy.”
Dr. Mary Kraft

Press Release
Written By
Allison Sledge

VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA , USA, April 17, 2023/EINPresswire.com/ -- 

Dr. Mary Kraft is a highly educated, intelligent, and very friendly Real Estate Associate Broker and Owner of Retired Military Real Estate Group in Virginia Beach, Virginia. She is a Capella University graduate with a Doctor of Philosophy, specialization in General Psychology (3.95 GPA), and a Master of Science, specialization in Educational Psychology. She is also a retired United States Navy Veteran with 24 years of serving our country. In 2017, she became a licensed real estate agent and in 2020, a licensed Associate Broker in Virginia.

Dr. Kraft is an active member of the Hampton Roads REALTORS® Association (HRRA), Virginia Association of REALTORS® (VAR), and National Association of REALTORS® (NAR).

Dr. Kraft was born in New York and went to Orlando, Florida, for boot camp to begin her Navy career in 1990. She says, “It was grueling because this was 8 weeks of boot camp. We had to be up by 4:00 AM and do our training which included working out, marching, physical conditioning, swimming, and attending classes. This would often last until midnight and I loved it! My superiors noticed my athletic ability and designated me to train the women to do push-ups. We pushed our physical limits and achieved higher performance levels than we ever thought possible. Then we went through confidence-building courses designed to simulate shipboard situations you could encounter in an emergency. You had to stay sharp because your life and the lives of your fellow shipmates depended on it. Of course, this was intentional to prepare us for what was ahead as a member of the United States Navy.”

From there, Dr. Kraft relocated to the Naval Air Station in Meridian, Mississippi, to attend Personnel Specialist Class “A” School, where she was top of her class and promoted to E4.

Her continued Command History includes:

Personnel Support Activity Detachment, Millington, Tennessee - February 1991 to March 1994, where she performed routine office functions, prepared correspondence, and kept personnel records.

Personnel Support Activity Detachment, Norfolk, Virginia - April 1994 to January 1997, where she served as transfer and reenlistment coordinator of Enlisted Sailors.

Helicopter Mine Countermeasures Squadron (HM-14), Norfolk, Virginia - January 1997 to July 1999, where she supervised preparing and transmitting documents, enlisted retirements coordinator, and established and administered training programs.

Naval and Marine Corps Reserve Center, Mobile, Alabama - August 1999 to June 2002, where she served as Leading Petty Officer, scheduled work assignments, and supervised subordinates.

Atlantic Fleet Career Information Team, Norfolk, Virginia - June 2002 to June 2005, where she served as an Instructor, traveling to many bases to teach Transitional Assistance Management Program seminars to the military in job transition.

Naval Operational Support Center, Norfolk, Virginia – June 2005 to September 2008, where she served as Leading Chief Petty Officer and provided daily supervision of Junior Sailors.

Naval Station Newport, Rhode Island - September 2008 to October 2008 attended Senior Enlisted Academy (Khaki Group) and was top of her class.

Navy Reserve Forces Command, Norfolk, Virginia - October 2008 to August 2011, where she served as the Detailer for the Officers and Senior Enlisted Sailors.

Navy Region Mid-Atlantic Reserve Component Command, Norfolk, Virginia - August 2011 to October 2014, where she served as the Command Senior Chief supervising over 120 Sailors.

In October 2014 she retired from the U.S. Navy as a Command Senior Chief after serving 24 years.

Dr. Kraft’s decorations, awards, and badges include the Meritorious Service Medal, Navy/MC Commendation Medal (w/ 3 stars), Navy/MC Achievement Medal (w/ 6 stars). Navy “E” Ribbon (w/ 2 stars), Meritorious Unit Commendation, Navy Good Conduct Medal (w/ 7 stars), National Defense Service Medal (w/ 2 stars). Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Military Outstanding Volunteer Medal (w/ 7 stars), Armed Forces Reserve Medal (w/ 2 stars), Navy Pistol Marksmanship Ribbon with Sharpshooter Device. The Enlisted Aviation Warfare Specialist (EAWS) insignia, Master Training Specialist (MTS), and Command Career Counselor badge.

Dr. Kraft’s military education includes Submarine YN/PN Advance Administration, Basic Instructor (9502 NEC), Command Career Counselor School (9588 NEC), Command Drug and Alcohol Program Advisor, Command Financial Specialist, Senior Enlisted Academy, Command Master Chief/Chief of the Boat (9578 NEC).

Dr. Kraft met her husband, John, at HM-14 in 1998 and married that same year. He was an Aviation Structural Mechanic. John is currently a Commander in the U.S. Navy. They have 2 adult children, Jason and Catalina.

Dr. Kraft holds the designations for Graduate, REALTOR® Institute (GRI), and Military Relocation Professional (MRP) from the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR). She says, “I always liked helping people and knew I would continue to be in service by assisting people with their real estate needs. I like to learn as much as possible to help my clients in any capacity. I also enjoy teaching, so I went to Capella University and earned my Master’s Degree and Doctorate Degree in Psychology. I am an instructor at the University of Arizona Global Campus, teaching Research Design and Methods classes for Psychology Graduate Students.”

Dr. Kraft loves living in Virginia Beach and being a Realtor. “It’s simply a wonderful place to live and work. My real estate clients are my focus and my priority!”

As a real estate agent and broker, Dr. Kraft lives and works in the Hampton Roads area of Virginia. This vast area includes the independent cities of Virginia Beach, Chesapeake, Norfolk, Portsmouth, Suffolk, Hampton, and Newport News.

This area is also home to many military bases and the East Coast's epicenter of military activity. The Military Bases that Dr. Mary Kraft covers are:

Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story
Naval Air Station Oceana Dam Neck Annex
Naval Amphibious Base Little Creek
Naval Medical Center Portsmouth
Naval Station Norfolk NAVSTA Norfolk
Coast Guard Sector Hampton Roads
Langley Air Force Base Joint Base Langley-Eustis

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Retired Military Real Estate Group
Associate Broker
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Virginia Beach, VA

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 Vietnam Veteran Jeremiah "Jerry" NewmanSan Antonio, Texas 



Press Release
Written By
Allison Sledge

"To be successful in real estate, you must always and consistently put your clients’ best interests first. When you do, your personal needs will be realized beyond your greatest expectations.”

SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, USA, October 10, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ -- Jeremiah Jerry Newman was born in Henderson, TX, and raised in San Antonio, TX where he graduated from Thomas Jefferson High School.

Jerry then enrolled at St. Phillip’s Community College and graduated with an Associate of Arts Degree. Afterward, he transferred to Atlanta, Georgia to attend Morehouse College, where his major was Biology and his minor was Chemistry.

Jerry decided to regroup and move back to San Antonio to attend St. Mary’s University. However, he was drafted into the Army in January 1968. He says, “My goal at the time was to avoid going to Vietnam because I was told that if I signed up for another year in the Army, I could choose any field I wanted after going to Basic Training at Ft. Polk, Louisiana. Therefore, I chose the Quartermaster School in Virginia at Fort Lee. Afterward, they sent me to Forest Park, Georgia for more Logistics training where I made E-5. Later that summer, I landed in Vietnam at Cameron Bay and was assigned to the 147th Light Equipment Company at Long Binh. My job as a supply specialist was to supply all the repairmen in the shop with parts for their radios, teletype, and electronic equipment to support our 1st Calvary Division.”

After Vietnam, His other assignments in 22 years included Ft. Carson, Colorado, Frankfurt Germany at SASCOM, Ft. Gordon, Georgia, Ft. Sam Houston, Texas at the Academy of Health Science, South Korea at 545th General Dispensary, St. Mary’s University, South Korea at 43rd Surgical Hospital (MASH unit), Fitzsimmons Army Medical Center, SHAPE HQ, 96TH General Hospital in Mons, Belgium, NATO HQ in Brussels, Ft. Campbell, Kentucky home of the 101st Air Assault Division.

Jerry met his future wife, Chong Suk, on his first tour to South Korea while he was stationed at Camp Humphreys near Anjeong-ri. That tour was cut short since he had to go home on emergency leave. He says, “This was a sad time for me because my father was dying back in San Antonio, and I didn’t have time to complete the overseas marriage process with Chong Suk. I wanted to take my fiancée so she could meet my father and the rest of the family, so I had to apply for a Special Fiancée Visa, but it was too late, and Dad passed before Chong Suk and my father could meet.” The two were married while in San Antonio.

Following his first tour to South, Korea, Jerry was re-assigned to Ft. Sam Houston as his duty station while enrolled at St. Mary’s University, earning his Bachelor’s Degree in Biology, and later graduating from Brooke Army Medical Center’s School of Medical Technology as an ASCP (American Society of Clinical Pathology) Certified Medical Technologist.

It was during his second tour to South Korea in the MASH unit that they adopted a beautiful baby girl, Kimberly, into their home. Kim was 9 months old and a real bundle of joy for the couple. It was also during this tour that Jerry became a member of the Masonic Lodge, Oklahoma Jurisdiction. He went from 3rd degree Master Mason all the way to 32nd degree, Scottish Right Mason under Prince Hall’s Northern Jurisdiction in the United States. He also became a member of the Mystic Shriners. He served as Senior Warden and Worship Master of Andrew Baskin Military Masonic Lodge out of Taegu, South Korea during his last year there.

Jerry earned his Master’s Degree in Management from Webster University while he was assigned to Fitzsimmons Army Medical Center, taking night classes for 2 years.

After retiring from military service in 1990, Jerry took a job at Laboratory Corporation of America in San Antonio, Texas as a medical technologist. Within 2 years he was promoted to supervisor of the Hematology Department and was sent to Miami to learn to operate new blood-counting equipment so he could train others in Hematology. He was promoted again to Assistant Night Lab Manager and put in charge of Serology, RIA, and EIA sections which all came under Special Chemistry. He was again sent off to technical training school in New York for new equipment in Special Chemistry. Finally, Jerry was promoted to Night Lab Operations Manager in charge of all the technicians and technologists in the laboratory. LABCORP decided to move their nighttime operation to Houston, TX, and Jerry retired a second time and decided to pursue a third career in real estate in 2002. His passion for training and helping others along with all the knowledge and experience he had gained along the way prepared him to be a real estate professional. He wanted to be a difference-maker for other military veterans.

Jerry started his real estate career with the Keller Williams City View Office and remained there until 2013. It was at that time that NAR (National Association of REALTORS®) contacted him about a new designation that they wanted to start which was for Military Relocation Professional. He asked them, “How did you find me? I was told that I had a strong online presence for working with military veterans.” You will find that interview on page 71 of the MRP manual, as he was grandfathered into that designation.

He spent two years with Green Home Realty before moving to his present brokerage at Brown Realty, SA in 2015. He holds the designations for ABR® (Accredited Buyer’s Representative, MRP (Military Relocation Professional), and NAR’S GREEN designation.

Jerry serves the Greater San Antonio Metropolitan area and all the surrounding counties that include Joint Base San Antonio for our military members assigned to Ft. Sam Houston, SAMMC (San Antonio Military Medical Center), Randolph AFB, and Lackland AFB, with emphasis on residential leases, pre-owned and new home construction properties, commercial leases, and investment properties. All military veterans are encouraged to take advantage of the benefits offered by the Texas Veterans Land Board (VLB).


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 Doug DuncanClarksville Tennessee


Press Release
Written By
Allison Sledge

"There’s no better Realtor® to help our Military families navigate their next home purchase than me!”
Doug Duncan

CLARKSVILLE, TENNESSEE , USA, September 20, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ -- Doug Duncan is a dedicated, hard-working, and passionate Real Estate Agent at Berkshire Hathaway Home Services Pen Fed Realty in Clarksville, Tennessee.

Doug is also a Magna Cum Laude graduate of the University of Arizona Global Campus, holding a Bachelor of Arts in Organizational Management and an Associate of Arts in Supply Chain Management from Coastline Community College. He also holds his Tennessee Real Estate License and has 3 children: Bryce, Kaden, and Harper. 

Doug says, “I obtained my MRP Certification because I wanted to continue to Serve Those That Serve. After a career in combat, I retired from the military as a First Sergeant on the 20th anniversary of September 11th, 2021. My Real Estate brand is ‘Combat to Contract,’ and I can’t think of a better one to describe who I truly am.”

Doug is a native of Williston, South Carolina, where he entered the South Carolina Army National Guard in 1996. He attended Basic Combat Training at Fort Sill, Oklahoma, and Advanced Individual Training at Fort Lee, Virginia, being awarded the Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) of 92Y (Unit Supply Specialist). While serving with the South Carolina Army National Guard, Doug deployed to Honduras, Central America, in support of the Hurricane Mitch relief efforts in 1999 as the Unit Armorer.

Since his first assignment on active duty, Doug distinguished himself as a Logistician in a variety of challenging assignments, in both the Continental United States (CONUS) and Outside Continental United States Overseas (OCONUS) units.

July 2000 to April 2002, Doug was assigned as the Supply Specialist of 183rd Maintenance Co., 68th Corps Support, Fort Carson, Colorado, where he deployed to Prince Sultan Air Base, Saudi Arabia, in 2001, in support of Operation Panther Sentry during the 9/11 attacks on the United States.

April 2002 to November 2003, Doug was assigned as the Supply Sergeant of 286th Signal Co., 11th Air Defense Artillery, Fort Bliss, Texas, where he deployed to Ali Al Salem, Kuwait, during Operation Enduring Freedom in 2003, building up to the invasion of Iraq.

November 2003 to February 2006, he was assigned as the Supply Sergeant of the Middle East School where Arabic was taught to military Linguists and Delta Co., 229th Military Intelligence, Presidio of Monterey, and Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center, California.

February 2006 to February 2012, Doug was assigned as the Supply Sergeant of Charlie Co. and Property Book Non-Commissioned Officer (NCO) to Headquarters Company, 2nd Battalion, 5th Special Forces Group (Airborne), Fort Campbell, Kentucky, where he deployed to Iraq during Operation Iraqi Freedom IV, VI and VII in support of Special Operations Task Force-Central.

February 2012 to December 2015, he was assigned as the Property Book Non-Commissioned Officer in Charge (NCOIC) and Deputy Chief of Staff G-4 Systems Management Division NCOIC for Headquarters Company, United States Army Special Operations Command (Airborne), Fort Bragg, North Carolina, where his team oversaw logistical operations for the entire U.S. Army Special Operations.

December 2015 to February 2018, Doug was assigned as the Brigade Equal Opportunity Advisor for the 101st Airborne Division Sustainment Brigade (Air Assault), Fort Campbell, Kentucky, where he managed a Diversity & Inclusion program for 3,300 Soldiers.

February 2018 to June 2018, he served as an S-3 Operations NCO in the Group Support Battalion, 5th Special Forces Group (Airborne), where he deployed to Turkey in support of Operation Inherent Resolve (OIR) in 2018 to retrograde all equipment out of the country and back to Kuwait.

June 2018 to November 2019, Doug served as the First Sergeant for Headquarters Company, Group Support Battalion, 5th Special Forces Group (Airborne) where he deployed to Jordan, Iraq, Syria, and Kuwait in support of Operation Inherent Resolve (OIR).

November 2019, until his official retirement, Doug served as the Program Manager for the 5th Special Forces Group (Airborne) Special Operation Forces Enabler Integration Course, where he oversaw training for new Special Operation Soldiers.

Doug’s military education includes the Senior Leaders Course, Advanced Leaders Course, Basic Leaders Course, Senior Enlisted Joint Professional Military Education Course, Commander/First Sergeant Orientation Course, Equal Opportunity Advisors Course, Battle Staff Non-Commissioned Officer’s Course, Support Operations Course (Phase I and II), Joint Logistics Course, Manpower and Force Management Course, Contracting Officer Representative Course, Property Book Unit Supply Enhance Prime Property Book Officer (PBO) Course, Airborne Course, Hazmat Certification Course, Physical Security Course, Unit Armorers Course, and Combat Lifesavers Course.

Doug’s awards and decorations include the Bronze Star Medal, Meritorious Service Medal (with the fourth oak leaf cluster), Joint Service Commendation Medal, Army Commendation Medal (with the fourth oak leaf cluster), Army Achievement Medal (with the fourth oak leaf cluster), Joint Meritorious Unit Award, Meritorious Unit Commendation (with the second oak leaf cluster), Army Good Conduct Medal (with the seventh knot), National Defense Service Medal, Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, Iraqi Campaign Medal (with the fourth campaign star), Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Humanitarian Service Medal, NCO Professional Development Ribbon (with Numeral 3), Army Service Ribbon, Overseas Service Ribbon, Army Reserve Component Overseas Training Ribbon and the Parachutist Badge.

Doug is also a recipient of the Honorable Order of Saint Martin Award and is therefore recognized as one of the very best to lead Quartermaster Soldiers. In addition, he is also a member of the International Society of Logistics and holds credentials of Demonstrated Logistician.

As a battle-tested combat veteran, Doug understands the hardships of a military lifestyle. "There’s no better Realtor® to help our military families navigate their next home purchase than me!"

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Marlene Kindt ~ La Jolla, California 

La Jolla California Realtor ® Marlene Kindt Earns Her Military Relocation Professional (MRP) Certification

February 20, 2023, 09:25 GMT

Press Release
Written By
Allison Sledge

"The Military lifestyle is different from any other and it is imperative that they seek out a real estate agent who understands every aspect of their lives.”
Marlene Kindt

LA JOLLA, CALIFORNIA, USA, February 20, 2023 /EINPresswire.com/ -- Marlene Kindt is a multi-talented, diverse, and driven real estate agent at Keller Williams in La Jolla, California. Her military roots go all the way back to where she was born; in Twentynine Palms, California, at the Robert E. Bush Naval Hospital on the Twentynine Palms Marine Corps base. Her father, Oliver, had been stationed there as an Infantry Artillery Officer. He did 12 years of active duty in the Marine Corps before serving in the National Guard Reserves. Oliver then finished 24 more active-duty years in the United States Army, after receiving the opportunity to be commissioned as an officer, retiring as a CW4.

Marlene’s father taught her a lot about physical discipline, work ethic, and follow-through from his military career. She was privileged to understand and appreciate our military and their families’ sacrifices as she saw her dad get trained and deployed around the world. Oliver served in Japan, Germany, the Philippines, Korea, and Afghanistan, just to name a few. And he also assisted in the Lebanon Evacuation.

Marlene graduated from Twentynine Palms High School and earned her Associate Degree in Communications Studies at Copper Mountain Community College in Joshua Tree, California. She says, “I learned so much from that experience. I read a lot of self-help books during that time and was involved in debating and giving speeches. I really loved the interpretation of literature courses.” She knew that to impact people positively, she needed to excel at communication; something that came naturally to her. She believes refined talent creates greatness and success.

Marlene was able to start looking for her first home and became a homeowner when she was only 25 years old. Her grandfather always encouraged her to purchase a home. He crossed over before seeing her get it, but Marlene received the keys to her first home on his birthday, December 20th! Knowing he was helping her all along, she remembered his words, “Get into real estate.”

Marlene began to study while working and she received her real estate license shortly thereafter. Launching out into the unknown, she began to utilize her real estate license. The first time she used it, she sold Time Shares for World Mark by Wyndham at the Inn at the Park location in San Diego, CA. “Not many people know that you need a real estate license to sell Time Shares,” she mentioned. “I realized after this experience that I wanted to be my own boss, and I really didn’t fit into the corporate lifestyle. I decided to go back to Joshua Tree and manage Air BnB Rentals.” Understanding this industry has been crucial to Marlene’s success in her real estate career. She has helped investors understand what is desirable in Air BnB properties to help them maximize their investments. Curious to see what else real estate could offer, she went into property management with short-term and long-term rentals. “There is nothing like having to deal with disgruntled tenants. Learning to deal with difficult people has only thickened my skin for full-time real estate sales. This has saved Marlene many times in understanding how to keep her clients out of hot water when dealing with tenant-occupied units."

Marlene met her husband, Bryce, at Awaken Church in San Diego, where she had also been volunteering for many years. Bryce was stationed at Naval Base Point Loma in San Diego and is currently a Chief Petty Officer Nuclear Certified Electronic Technician, working on submarine nuclear reactors. Bryce gave Marlene the opportunity to go into real estate sales, full-time. “His support has been extraordinary; I would never have been able to go into full-time sales without him.” She got the privilege of helping two military families during her first year in sales.

Because Marlene is from a Military Family, with the love of her life currently serving in the U.S. Navy, it was important for her to get her Military Relocation Professional (MRP) Certification from the National Association of Realtors®.

She says “I truly want to assist our Service members and their families in any way possible when they are buying or selling a home. There are many realtors out there who honestly do not fully understand the tremendous sacrifices that military families go through every day. The Military lifestyle is different from any other and it is imperative that they seek out a real estate agent who understands every aspect of their lives.”

Marlene covers all of San Diego and San Bernardino Counties. The local cities she works in are La Jolla, Carlsbad, Coronado, National City, Chula Vista, Imperial Beach, El Cajon, Rancho San Diego, La Mesa, Lemon Grove, La Presa, Spring Valley, and of course, San Diego itself.

She is very active in her church and her community, volunteering at the Streets of Hope Homeless Outreach; sponsoring missionaries to go to Baja, Mexico, as well as giving her time to Keller Williams Red Day events, which recently held a fundraiser and donated all the money to the Humane Society of San Diego.

The Military Bases that Marlene covers are:

• Naval Amphibious Base Coronado
• Naval Base Coronado
• Naval Base Point Loma
• Naval Base San Diego
• Naval Consolidated Brig, Miramar
• Coast Guard Air Station San Diego
• Marine Corps Air Station Camp Pendleton
• Marine Corps Air Station Miramar
• Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton
• Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego
• Twentynine Palms Marine Corps Base

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Renee and Tom Simpson ~ Tampa Bay, Florida 


Press Release

Written By

Allison Sledge

" I understand Military families and their stories of moving around the country, overseas, relocating every three years, and having their children forced to acclimate to new environments.”
Renee Simpson

TAMPA BAY , FLORIDA, USA, May 31, 2022 /
EINPresswire.com/ -- Renee Simpson is a beautifully determined, courageous, and exceptional woman who owns her own Real Estate Brokerage Firm in Tampa Bay, Florida, “C SIMPSON REALTY INC.”

Renee was born and raised in Tampa, Florida, and graduated from Chamberlain High School. She then attended Hillsborough Community College while working at a Winn-Dixie supermarket. It was there that she met her future husband, Tom Simpson who currently works with Renee in real estate.

After Winn Dixie, Renee worked at First Florida Bank as an Account Representative, and later at ‘The Tampa Bay Skating Academy Ice Rink’. She says, “There were two full-sized skating rinks where all kinds of exciting things were happening. It was the first time I ever had to dress warm, which is unusual for Florida. I did a little of everything; booking time on the ice, helping school kids learn to skate, and learned how to operate the Zamboni Machine, which is an ice-resurface vehicle that smooths the surface of a sheet of ice in an ice rink. I learned how to crank it up, move it and drive it in case of emergency. There were Olympic figure skating coaches, their students, as well as celebrities who booked ice time.”

In 1996, Renee and Tom became licensed real estate agents in Tampa Bay, and in 2003 and 2005 licensed real estate brokers in Florida. Renee opened C Simpson Realty in 2005.

During this time Renee and Tom wanted to have a family, and stability was important to them. They had three sons, Tommy, Ty, and Trevy, who were home-schooled. Their three sons bonded as brothers and became especially close playing organized baseball in recreation, travel ball, and high school leagues, once even playing together as a unit on their high school team, as pitchers, catchers, third basemen, and outfielders, respectively. Renee and Tom agree that baseball was and is a wonderful way to spend family time together, travel, and be a part of the youth baseball community that they have bonded with over the years. “It’s really like family,” they say in unison. “Families know each other and support one another. And let’s face it, there’s no better way to spend a nice morning than at the baseball field, excited to see everyone play, and support our sons in something that they dearly love and have a great passion for.”

Life was going beautifully for the Simpson family; then, the unthinkable happened. Renee was diagnosed with breast cancer. She felt so sick, that she couldn’t get out of bed, and had trouble breathing. Her family immediately rallied around her. Tom says, “We couldn’t be more proud of our sons during this difficult time that Renee was going through. It affected our entire family on a very deep level. Our boys cooked daily, cleaned, and did most, if not all of the household chores during this time. I honestly believe our sons learned deeper empathy, care, compassion, and concern for others during the time they experienced caring for their mother, during that most difficult time of their lives. I am so proud of the way they conducted themselves in private and in public. We could not have asked for better children, as our sons exemplify the best of the best, in the worst of circumstances.” Renee slowly recovered with the strength of her family, and by the Grace of God.

Renee’s grandfather was a Marine Veteran, and her father was in the National Guard and Army Reserve. Tampa and St. Petersburg are also home to the James A Haley and Bay Pines VA Hospitals.

Renee’s passion is to help make dreams come true through real estate. She says, “I felt that there was a need for realtors specializing in helping Military families, so I attained the Military Relocation Professional (MRP) Certification which has meant the world to me. It’s not just another designation behind my name; it means that I understand Military families and their stories of moving around the country, and overseas, having to relocate every three years, and having their children forced to acclimate to new environments. Can you imagine having best friends in your childhood, bonding with them, and then suddenly having to move and perhaps never seeing them again? Being in the Military is a sacrifice for the entire family, which includes all of the emotional ups and downs that each family experiences. How many people ask about the Military spouse or their children? Imagine them going through the traumatizing agony of wondering if their mother or father will come home alive when they are deployed. Not many people think about that. I want every Military family to know that I understand their world and that they can feel safe with me when they need to have a safe home of their own. They ALL have their own stories to tell if we would only listen.”

There are plenty of reasons to move to Tampa Bay, Florida, including the great year-round weather, beautiful Pinellas County beaches, National, State, County, and City parks with many outdoor festivals, markets, and the Tampa Bay Airfest at MacDill Air Force Base. Other sites include The Riverwalk, The Florida Aquarium, The Tampa Theater, The Tampa Day Downs Horse Racing Establishment, Busch Gardens, Dinosaur World, and The Tampa Bay Brewing Company, just to name a few. Major league sports teams include The NFL Tampa Bay Buccaneers, NHL Tampa Bay Lightning, and MLB Tampa Bay Rays. There are also a number of minor league baseball teams located in the Tampa Bay region that are home to many MLB teams’ spring training facilities. Disney World is a short drive from Tampa Bay.

C Simpson Realty serves all communities of Tampa Bay, including Tampa, St. Petersburg, Clearwater, Pinellas Park, Brandon, Palm Harbor, Riverview, Wesley Chapel, Bradenton, and surrounding areas.

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Armon Jackson ~ Pensacola, Florida 


Press Release
Written By
Allison Sledge

"Seeing that smile on my clients' faces when they see their dream home is priceless, which is why I want to be part of their dream”
Armon Jackson

PENSACOLA, FLORIDA , USA, May 24, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ -- Armon Jackson is an enthusiastic, dedicated, and committed Real Estate Agent at EXP Realty in Pensacola, Florida. He is also an Air Force Veteran.

Armon was born in Stuart, Florida, graduated from Jenson High School, and enlisted in the United States Air Force. He says, “I like to serve others and I wanted to serve our country and be around like-minded individuals as well because it’s always motivating to surround yourself with people who share your goals.”

Armon’s first duty station was at NAS Pensacola, where he went to tech school to study and learn about the newest F-35 jet. It was the Air Force College of New recruits where he learned about all the composites on the aircraft and then worked on the jets by adding and removing material to help the jets become more covert to radar.

Armon then relocated to Hill Air Force Base in Utah and continued to work on the F-35 jets, installing devices to make the jets stealthier and more undetectable by radar. He says, “Stealth will be ‘hugely important’ for the next-generation Air Force fighter, but it will also be important to see how the next aircraft integrates its sensors and its command-and-control capabilities. It's also speed, low observability, different ways of collecting data, and different ways of transmitting and protecting all of the transmissions because it is a way of breaking ‘kill chains,’ which is a Military concept that identifies the structure of an attack. Conversely, the idea of breaking an opponent’s kill chain is a method of defense or preemptive action, which is why being stealthy is so important. Whether you're sitting in an airplane or flying an unmanned aircraft, as long as we break the kill chain sometime between when you arrive in the battlespace and when the enemy weapon approaches your airplane, you're successful at using stealth."

Armon lived on base when he served at Hill Air force base. He recalls, “It was very cold there. I’m used to the warm Florida weather, but I would have to get up at 5:30 AM to be at work by 7:00 AM. We had roll-call and then we were assigned to different aircraft and different airmen who we would be working with that day, and we would collect our gear and equipment and go to work in the hanger with the F-35 avionic crew chiefs. Every day was different, and I liked that. It was always a surprise. We would take our lunch break at the Dining Facilities Administration Center where they had everything you could possibly imagine to eat and we also ate there for breakfast and dinner if we wanted to, but we were also allowed to go off base to restaurants as well. After work, I would usually study the Career Development Course for Low Observational Structural Maintenance. I got an award for ranking as one of the highest scorers on the test!”

Armon then helped the crew chiefs fuel the jets and put chalk on the outside of the wheels, so the jets didn’t move. He applied resin and paints as smoothly as possible so radar wouldn’t bounce off the material. He then used stencils to brand the Pilot’s name, Unit, and Base on the aircraft. He decided to get into Real Estate in his spare time while he was on active duty.

Armon met his future wife, Brooke, while at Hill Air Force Base. Brooke worked with both the Military and Civilians helping them with all of their documents. Armon says, “I was hanging out with my friends in a dorm room, and she walked in. It was love at first sight for me and we got married in 2021 and moved to Ft. Pierce, Florida. Because Brooke was training to become a Nurse, we decided to move to Pensacola to be closer to her college and I became a full-time Realtor. I got my MRP Certification because I know what it’s like to work with other Military members and their families, and I wanted to extend my help and service to them. Seeing that smile on my clients' faces when they see their dream home is priceless, which is why I want to be part of their dream.”

Armon’s service areas are Pensacola, NAS Pensacola, Navarre, Gulf Breeze, Ensley, and West Pensacola.

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Susan De León ~ Navarre, Florida

Press Release
Written By
Allison Sledge

"Everybody loves our Military and being a part of a Military community is wonderful. We had the best network of friends anyone could hope to have.”
Susan De León

NAVARRE, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES , January 10, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ -- Susan De León is a considerate, loyal, caring, and very trustworthy Realtor®/Broker Associate at Coldwell Banker Realty in Navarre, Florida.

Susan was born in Plankinton, South Dakota, which was such a small town that she went to school from kindergarten to 12th grade all in one building. 

Her father, Harold, owned a construction company, hauled gravel for the county, and cleared the snow from the schoolyard in the winter. “He was always working,” Susan says, “and I believe that’s one of the reasons that my siblings and I have such a strong work ethic. My mother, Frances, worked as a teller at the local bank and then became a stay-at-home mom when I was in grade school. She made most of our clothes, built & refurbished furniture, painted houses, mowed lawns & had a garden. She also made the best cookies and awesome rolls with glaze & nuts on top. Looking back, I don’t know how she did it all. She was just so full of energy all the time and created a wonderful childhood for me, my brother Kenny, and my sisters Dawn and Ann.”

Upon graduation, Susan attended the Nettleton Academy of Hair Design in Sioux Falls, South Dakota where she learned everything there was to learn about cosmetology.

Susan got her first job at a hair salon called “Shear Design” and absolutely loved it. She says, “I really enjoyed meeting new people and helping people feel better about themselves. When you look good, you feel good. It was a nice income that allowed me unlimited creativity and to express myself through my work. Also, being pampered helps eliminate stress. People can relax while the cosmetologist takes care of their beauty needs. The customer can sit in the chair and take a break from other people’s needs, allowing them to focus on their own. They get to relax and unwind and the conversations I’ve had with my clients are priceless!”

Susan met her husband, who was in the Air Force, and transferred to Hurlburt Air Force base in Florida. She loved everything that Florida had to offer; the beautiful sunny weather, the beaches, the friendly people, and the opportunities. She wanted to try something different, so she got a job at Brewer Plumbing Company where she handled all the admin work. “There was never a dull moment there and I was always learning something new. Then, the company decided to merge and was going to be based in Pensacola, so I decided, due to some life changes it was time to try something new. My sister-in-law was going to Real Estate school and asked me to go with her. I thought it sounded intriguing, so I went with her and received my Real Estate License in September of 2003.”

Susan started her real estate career at Navarre Beach Realty. She was on floor-duty one day and took an incoming call from a prospective client. “It went very well.” She says, “Not only did I sell her a house, but I got a $2,000.00 bonus on top of it! I was hooked. The general rule in Real Estate is that you can really struggle for the first year or so, but things happened quickly for me. I enjoyed the freedom and flexibility it offered, and I found it to be a lot of fun.”

Having been a part of the Military community for so long, Susan wanted to specialize in helping Military members and their families buy or sell a home, so she earned the Military Relocation Specialist and the Florida Military Specialist Certification. “Everybody loves our Military and being a part of a Military community is wonderful. We had the best network of friends anyone could hope to have. We used to take in the young, single guys for the holidays. They had no family nearby and we wanted them to feel at home with us. The Military really is a big family and it’s always good to help them when they’re starting a family and buying a house.”

Susan recently re-married and her husband, Robert, who is originally from Puerto Rico, came to the states over 20 years ago, also due to the Military. He has 2 sons, Andres and Robert Jr., who is in the Air Force. “I’m looking forward to being there for Robert Jr. and any of his friends if they ever need my assistance in buying or selling a home. It’s such a great feeling to hand the keys to a new home over to a customer with who you’ve worked so closely with. It’s the icing on the cake!”

The Military Bases along the Emerald Coast that Susan works near are Hurlburt Field and Eglin Air Force Base including the areas of Navarre, Gulf Breeze, Mary Esther, Ft. Walton Beach, Milton, and Crestview.

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FLORIDA (Trinity) ~ Kevin McCullough ~  Operation Warrior Support, Inc

Press Release
By Allison Sledge


"I’ve always had a lot in common with the Military. My grandpa was in the Army. I love thanking them and I will go out of my way for any Veteran or Active-Duty family who needs any of my services.”
Kevin McCullough

TRINITY, FLORIDA, USA, September 6, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ -- Kevin McCullough is a remarkable, dazzling, outstanding and unparalleled Real Estate Agent/Broker in Trinity, Florida, and as the Managing Broker at McCullough & Associates Realty, Inc. he is big on delivering a real personal touch for his agents as well as his clients.


Born in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania, Kevin grew up in Northern Virginia. He graduated from Bethlehem Baptist Christian Academy where he played Varsity Soccer and Basketball all four years. After high school he went to the Army’s Basic Training in Fort Knox, Kentucky. He says, “I got a full ride scholarship for soccer to Valley Forge Military College where I also played football and tennis. Every other weekend I went for Military training, digging foxholes and sleeping in them. I crammed four years of training into two years, did most of my training during the school year at Ft Dix, New Jersey. I went to Advanced Camp in Fort Bragg, North Carolina where I was in charge of platoons and squadrons and various leadership roles.”

Valley Forge Military College is extremely competitive as it seeks to enroll young men of sound moral character who possess strong scholastic, mental and physical qualities. In particular, they look for those who are motivated to achieve their full potential and go on to succeed at top U.S. colleges and Universities. When Kevin graduated Valley Forge with a Degree in Business Administration. he elected to not continue on with the Army. He said, “I just wanted to be a regular college kid, so I got out with the experience and knowledge that I gained”.

Kevin then transferred to James Madison University where he majored in Marketing and bartended his way through school. After college he got a job at a Mortgage Company and was heavily trained on all aspects of mortgages and he cold-called people offering them programs to refinance their homes. In 2003 he moved to Florida where he bought his first house and continued in the mortgage business until 2008 when the housing bubble caused the subprime mortgage industry to collapse. On December 30, 2008, the Case–Shiller home price index reported its largest price drop in its history. The credit crisis resulting from the bursting of the housing bubble is—according to general consensus—an important cause of the 2007–2009 recession in the United States. He recalls, “I couldn’t do loans anymore, banks closed and everything, but I had a strong network of people I had been working with through the years. I took a salary position as Director of Operations of a law firm. I was in charge of the budget, so I hired secretaries and IT people, vendors and basically ran the law firm so the attorneys could focus on their cases. It was there that I learned why proper planning is important. I was soaking in all of the legal advice and laws possible. I was also a Property Manager and had several rental properties that I took care of.”

Because of all of the Real Estate clients the law firm was handling, the Attorney told Kevin that he needed to get his Real Estate license, so he did. “I took online courses at night while working nights and weekends in Real Estate at the law office during the day” He says, “I wanted to be self-employed, so I worked my way towards being a Broker and after I passed the Broker exam I established McCullough & Associates Realty, Inc. It’s a small boutique brokerage with a real personal touch.”

Kevin was also putting his fiancée Sarah, through Nursing School and they now have three children, Damien, Jazlyn and Keenan. During this time, he was also flipping houses. “I learned a whole lot doing that. BPO orders, Commercial properties and things of that nature. I’ve had investors for commercial properties as well as residential. Because of my knowledge and networking skills, I have a guy for everything – flooring, plumbing, roofing – you name it, and I know how much it costs to get the job done, which is a huge asset to my clients.”

While taking more continuing education classes, Kevin saw that the Military Relocation Professional (MRP) Certification was being offered, so he got it. “I’ve always had a lot in common with the Military. My grandpa was in the Army. I love thanking them and I will go out of my way for any Veteran or Active-Duty family who needs any of the services that I offer. I understand the life of Military families, all the acronyms, the pay scale, the VA loans, the BAH, and the stress that they go through while PCS’ing. I’m there for them whenever they need me and I always have an American flag hanging in front of my home!”

The Military Relocation Professional (MRP) Certification is a way for Real Estate agents to thank Military families for their service by helping them come home. This certification focuses on educating Real Estate professionals about working with current and former Military service members to find the housing solutions that best suit their needs and take full advantage of Military benefits and support.

Kevin serves the beautiful Trinity, Florida, area, including the Trinity Communities, which is made up of Champions Club, Trinity Oaks, Wyndtree, Chelsea Place, Natures Hideaway, Foxwood, Trinity West and East, Oak Ridge, The Villages Of Trinity Lakes, and The Riviera, where he lives. Trinity is a fast-growing upscale community just north of the Pinellas and Hillsborough county borders in West Pasco County. It’s tri-county location is optimal for commuters. Kevin’s home is on the border of Trinity and Tarpon Springs, and Tarpon is known for its tourist attraction “The Sponge Docks” which is an old Greek community in Pinellas County that has great heritage, fishing, souveniers and beaches.

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Florida (St. John's) ~ Traci Crawford ~ NAS Jacksonville


Written By
Allison Sledge

"Realtors change people’s lives and make an impact on them. Our Military families need someone they can trust, care and guide them, which is one of the reasons I am perfect for this job!””
Traci Crawford

ST. JOHN'S, FLORIDA, USA, July 13, 2021 /
EINPresswire.com/ -- Traci Crawford is an incredibly talented, witty, passionate, and down-to-earth real estate agent and broker associate at Engel & Völkers real estate agency in St. John’s, Florida.

Traci was born in Manhattan, New York, and her family relocated to Virginia where she graduated from Bethel High School in Hampton. She then attended Virginia Commonwealth University, majoring in Nursing, and joined the Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC), where she earned a 2-year nursing scholarship and transferred to the Medical College of Virginia, graduating with a Bachelor's Degree in Science and Nursing.

Traci’s first duty station assignment was at Ft. Polk in Vernon Parish, Louisiana, where she was a full-time nurse in the medical surgery unit at Bayne Jones Army Community Hospital. She says, “The best part of being there was the work. It was often very emotionally traumatic, so I had to learn how to compartmentalize my feelings because I had to do my job compassionately, yet professionally. My time there afforded me lifelong lessons, which I am extremely grateful for.”

Traci then went to the University of Maryland in Baltimore, where she earned her Master’s Degree in Trauma and Critical Care. She was then assigned to the 21st Combat Support Hospital in Ft. Hood, Texas, and later accepted a non-traditional assignment working for the Army Nurse Corps Chief where she got to see, firsthand, how the larger Army operates.

Traci was then promoted as the Head Nurse of the Emergency Room at William Beaumont Army Medical Center where she was stationed at Ft. Bliss. She then relocated to Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas, where she went to Army school and completed the Command and General Staff college courses and then transferred to the United States Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases in Ft. Detrick, Maryland, working as the Officer-In-Charge (OIC) in the Containment Care Suite and the Air Medical Isolation team. It was there that she met her future husband, Darryl, who was working at the Pentagon after having deployed to Iraq and Kuwait. They got married in 2001 and had a daughter, Madison.

Traci then accepted a position at Brooke Army Medical Center at Ft. Sam Houston in San Antonio, Texas, where she was the Supervisor of the Medical Surgery Unit. She says, “This was a very rewarding experience for me. I believe in ‘paying-it-forward,’ so this allowed me to mentor Junior Members, even while I had over 300 Lieutenant’s working for me. I was the one writing and evaluating their career goals, so I had come full-circle.”

Traci and her family then moved to Washington, D.C., where she was stationed at Ft. Belvoir and was the Assistant Chief Nurse at DeWitt Army Hospital while working at the Pentagon Office of the Assistant Secretary for Manpower and Reserve Affairs. With this skill set, Traci relocated to Ft. Knox, Kentucky to the Human Resources Command and was the Medical Health Services Division Chief. She then relocated to Ft. Jackson, South Carolina, and was the Commander at Moncrief Army Hospital before transferring back to Brooke Air Force Base to become the Commander at Brooke Army Medical Center. “I really loved this assignment, and it was the last one. I was fortunate to have family in Jacksonville, Florida, to help out when I needed it, so we decided to move there after my Military Service.”

It was there that Traci decided to get into Real Estate. “You’re still being of service in real estate.” She says, “You change people’s lives and make an impact on them. They need someone they can trust, care and guide them, which is one of the reasons I am perfect for this job!”

Traci is involved with “Pay-It-Forward, Inc.” founded by Lauren Taylor. https://payitforwardtoday.com/ She says, “It’s a perfect fit for me, as ‘paying it forward’ has always been my philosophy. Sadly, there are a lot of people and companies who prey on Military members. We’ve seen rental scams, mortgage scams, you name it, which is why it is so important that our Veterans, Active-Duty, Retired or disabled Military members seek out a realtor that they know they can trust. That’s one of the reasons why I got my Military Relocation Professional (MRP) Certification. I want the Military Community to know that they are in good hands with me when they want to buy or sell a home.”

The communities that Traci covers are Jacksonville, Jacksonville Beach, Silverleaf, Crosswater, Anthem Ridge at Crosswater, Bracon Lake, Etown, Bartram Springs, Orange Park, St. Augustine, and Lakeside.

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FLORIDA (Cocoa Beach) Edward "Ed" Besecky ~ Patrick Air Force Beach; Cape Canaveral Air Force Station

Press Release
By Allison Sledge


"My dad was a U.S. Army Military Veteran who served in World War II and the Korean War and I wanted to follow in his footsteps by serving our great nation.”
Edward Besecky

COCOA BEACH, FLORIDA, USA, January 23, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ -- Edward Ed Besecky is a charismatic and well-informed Real Estate Agent at Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate in Cocoa Beach, Florida.

Ed graduated from the United States Merchant Marine Academy in Kings Point, New York in 1982. He says, “My dad was a U.S. Army Military Veteran who served in World War II and the Korean War and I wanted to follow in his footsteps by serving our great nation.” 

After graduation, Ed was commissioned as an officer (Ensign) in the US Naval Reserves (USN-R), proudly serving for 11 years and reaching the rank of Lieutenant.

Starting in 1982, Ed worked for the Defense Mapping Agency (DMA) and National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) for 31 years. He says, “I was an International Program Manager and worked closely with military for the nations of Thailand, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Philippines, Japan, Korea, Afghanistan, and Germany during the later stages of his career.” In the early stages, Ed was a Maritime Analyst and production line supervisor.

As a U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) entity, Ed worked closely with the DoD and major foreign allies – standardizing and exchanging maps – making sure the foreign partner conformed to US/NATO standards. He was responsible for providing his foreign partners with the latest, updated maps. “I was in charge of making sure their mapping was in accordance with the United States policy, guidance and direction for my specific country.” Ed deployed to SW Asia in support of the programs that he managed.

One of Ed’s favorite projects was when he deployed for nine months working on a research ship in partnership with the Naval Oceanographic Office. This research ship collected sediment samples from the bottom of the ocean then researched, analyzed it and mapped it. “We needed to know what the bottom of the ocean was made of.” The ship also collected magnetic, bathymetric, and hydrographic data for U.S. Government use. The analysis of ocean data makes it possible to understand the ocean in new and exciting ways.

Ed was working in the Electronic Navigation Division at DMA when he met his wife, Karen, who was also working at DMA. They began socializing, became best friends, fell in love and married in 1987. Ed and Karen are now both licensed realtors for Coldwell Banker in Cocoa Beach, FL. Together they have two sons, Jason and Brett. Jason graduated from the United States Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs and is currently a Captain in the U.S. Air Force. Brett followed his parent’s footsteps and pursued a career in Real Estate with them.

Brett says, “I knew at the age of 4 that I wanted to be a fighter pilot. My grandfather was in the Air Force and my other grandfather was in the Korean War. I loved to hear all of his Military stories and watch old Army movies with him. I have the most immense respect for those who serve our country. My brother went to the Air Force Academy and I’ve always looked up to him. He knows the answer to everything and I consider him to be the smartest person on the planet and has the truest of hearts. Personally, I have always had two loves; salesmanship and traveling. I have a way with words and I love immersing myself through different cultures. My parents took us on vacations all over the world and I am so in awe of that. I’m honored and appreciative of that experience. Right now, I’m studying at Eastern Florida State College to complete my Bachelor’s Degree in Sales and Marketing. In Real Estate and I negotiate with my client’s best interest in mind. It takes a tenacious agent to get the right home for their client. I would like to have a family of my own one day with someone who shares the same entrepreneurial spirit as I do, where we grow it, trim it and nurture it together. After my world travels, I want to settle down with someone special. I want quality. I need someone who has the ability to see life 20 years into the future.”

Ed is extremely proud of his family. He says. “We’re a Military family, through and through. We idolize and adore our Military community here near Patrick Air Force Base and I earned my Military Relocation Professional (MRP) Certification to be of service to our local Veterans and relocating Active-Duty families.”

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Media Contact:
Edward Besecky
(321) 431-6311
Sales Agent at Coldwell Banker

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"I am humbled by their service. I can’t imagine making that sacrifice. I do whatever I can, whenever I can to give back to our military families. They inspire me.”
Beth Borom

Press Release
Written By
Allison Sledge

COLUMBUS, GEORGIA, USA, February 3, 2023 /EINPresswire.com/ --

Beth Borom is an outgoing, caring, loyal, and very friendly real estate agent at Coldwell Banker KPDD in Columbus, Georgia.

Beth, born in Atlanta, graduated from Darlington High School and then earned her ABJ in Advertising at the University of Georgia. Following college, she pursued different career paths as a Paralegal, and then as an international flight attendant. After flying for 16 years and working from 5 different domiciles, it was time to keep her feet on the ground as a mother. She then received her BSN degree in nursing at Columbus State University and then went on to work at two local hospitals in the emergency department and in surgery.

Beth says, “I had to do my job and remain calm in very stressful experiences. We all had to focus and keep our composure under demanding circumstances. Nurses are there for you when you are most vulnerable.”

After 23 years working in service to others, Beth was ready for a change. “I was always interested in becoming a Realtor… and I am really happy I had the opportunity to again serve others, but in a different capacity. There are many aspects to my profession- I keep up with the local and regional market activity and industry trends. I do daily research for active, pending, and sold listings. I coordinate appointments and showings with clients, agents, and vendors. I develop and promote marketing plans for home listings and also manage transactions from offer to closing day. It’s a high-energy profession, and again, I’m serving my clients. I love it!”.

Beth earned her Military Relocation Professional (MRP) Certification from the National Association of Realtors (NAR) so she could better serve the military members of her community. Her father was a Navy Veteran. “I am humbled by their service.” She says, “I can’t imagine making that sacrifice. I do whatever I can, whenever I can to give back to our military families. They inspire me.”

Beth is licensed in both Georgia and Alabama which surround Fort Benning. The cities she covers in Georgia are Columbus, Midland, Fortson, Cataula, Ellerslie, Waverly Hall, LaGrange, Pine Mountain & Hamilton.

The cities she serves in Alabama are Phenix City, Smiths Station, Salem, Fort Mitchell, and Seale.

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Coldwell Banker KPDD
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Written By

Allison Sledge


"I love working with Military families and Veterans. Having lived my life in a Military family, I understand the unique needs that are required when they are looking to buy or sell a home."

— Cecilia Cook

Cecilia Cook was born in Waynesville, North Carolina and graduated from Pisgah High School. Following high school, she moved to Charlotte, NC to attend Trident Technical College. 

While there, she accepted a position as a network clerk with BellSouth. She later transferred to an AT&T phone center store as a Customer Service Clerk and then to an AT&T Call Center. “I was supposed to go to Columbia, South Carolina but that position was cancelled.” She says, “So I ended up in Jacksonville, Florida.” Lucky for her, it’s where she met her husband, David. “I call that fate or divine intervention because if that job in Columbia hadn’t been cancelled, we might never have met!”

At that time, David was a US Marine Corps Reservist at Cecil Field, Jacksonville, Florida and working at the AT&T Call Center. About a year later, he made the choice to become an active duty Marine and transferred to Marine Air Station, El Toro, located in Orange County, California. It was during this time that the Cooks welcomed their firstborn, a daughter, named Maegan. 

The family moved back east to Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, then on to Charleston, South Carolina, after David was accepted into a commissioning program. He attended The Citadel, the Military College of South Carolina. It was while living in Charleston that Cecilia’s interest in real estate began, as the young couple researched a first home purchase. During this time, their son Shane was born.

The family’s first duty station after David was commissioned was in Okinawa, Japan, where they spent three years. “It was a great experience.” Cecilia recalls, “The greatest experiences come when you are open to different cultures.” Sadly, six months before their next permanent change of station (PCS) move, Cecilia’s father was diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer, so she and the children came home early to North Carolina.

Their next move was to South Weymouth, Massachusetts where David pursued a Master’s Degree through the Marine Corps advanced degree program. While David was attending class, Cecilia worked at the Naval Air Station (NASSouth Weymouth. She worked for the Commander, as a Secretary, during the transition period when the base was preparing to close due to Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC). Once David finished his studies, the family moved to Northern Virginia while David was assigned to Headquarters Marine Corps. Here, the family made their first new home purchase and Cecilia was again intrigued by the real estate market and its intricacies. 

The Cook family moved to Knoxville, Tennessee, where David was assigned as the Inspector Instructor (I&I) of Delta Company, 4th CEB. Cecilia went to work for a local media company. With the children in high school, the family decided to stay in the Knoxville area and David accepted a final assignment, an unaccompanied tour in Pakistan. He retired in 2004 and they stayed in the Knoxville area. “David took a job at a local contracting company as a Project Manager,” Cecilia says, “Then within the first six months they asked him to go to Iraq to oversee projects there.” Amid this transition from a military lifestyle to the civilian world, Cecilia was diagnosed with breast cancer. She states that while it doesn’t define her, it does put things in perspective. “Everyday is a gift and I try to live it to the fullest.”

In January of 2017, David and his company relocated to Guam to build hangars, due to the United States planning to transfer about 5,000 Marines stationed in Okinawa, Japan, to Guam - over a period from 2024 in 2028. The Marine Corps plans to base infantry headquarters, aviation squadrons and logistics support units on Guam. 

Marines train there routinely now and have a historic friendship with the people of Guam. The moves are part of a larger re-balancing of forces in the Western Pacific that will bolster air defenses and aviation capacity and add a wharf for visiting Navy aircraft carriers on Guam. The number of Marines and dependents based in Guam will increase each year through 2026, when the Corps reaches its goal of basing 5,000 Marines and 1,300 family members there. The biggest spike will occur between 2019 and 2020, when the total number of Marines based in Guam will jump from 387 to 2,990. Over the next several years, the Corps will boost the number of Marines based there by 300 to 900 annually.

Cecilia says, “In anticipation of moving to Guam, I went there to research properties and opportunities and to receive my salespersons license in Guam. I’m affiliated with Veteran’s Choice Realty in Tamuning, Guam, and I will be assisting Military families moving to Anderson Air Force base and Naval Base Guam. I am a preferred referral agent with Veteran’s United Mortgage and a premiere agent with Zillow and Trulia.”

The U.S. territory of Guam may be hard to reach, but once you get there you will love the beaches and be surprised by the great food. Cecilia says, “The island is just big enough that the U.S. Military presence in the north is not felt elsewhere, but small enough that a drive around the southern tip can be done in 40 minutes without stopping. This is where Guam's beautiful scenic overlooks, old Spanish bridges and waterfalls are concentrated. Guam competes with the sheer natural beauty of Hawaii and the wealth of beaches in the Bahamas, but more than that, the island offers an authentic, delicious and culturally rich getaway. There’s something new to do everyday.”

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Cecilia Cook

Veteran’s Choice Realty

Tamuning, Guam

(671) 929-1600


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Lisa Jack ~Joint Base Pearl Harbor - Hickam; Naval Station Pearl HarborSchofield Barracks; Fort ShafterMarine Corps Base HawaiiTripler Army Medical CenterCoast Guard Sector Honolulu


Press Release

Written By

Allison Sledge

"One of the reasons I earned my Military Relocation Professional (MRP) Certification is that I want to exemplify my desire to advocate for fellow service members and their families. ”
Lisa Jack

WAIPAHU , HAWAII, USA, February 16, 2023 /EINPresswire.com/ -- Lisa Jack is an extraordinarily remarkable Real Estate agent at Coldwell Banker in Waipahu, Hawaii. Born in Bridgetown, Barbados, Lisa has fond memories of growing up on the island. She says, “I went to a private school, and the headmaster, Mrs. Carrington, was very formidable, kind, and intelligent. She taught us to be principled, to respect our elders, and how to carry ourselves as young ladies. It’s ingrained in me. Barbados is very laid back, it’s very chill and the weather is tropical and beautiful all year round. The food is incredible and our national plate is magically delicious. Our people are very friendly, nice, kind, warm, and cordial. I truly love our culture.”

Lisa spent her summers in Brooklyn, New York with her aunt and cousins, and when she was 18 years old, she moved to the United States to attend college, settling in Teaneck, New Jersey when her father was assigned as a Government – Counsel Barbados in New York City. “I really love living in the States because there are so many choices you have. I could have Chinese food, Italian food, Mexican food, you name it. I was like a kid in a candy store! Barbados didn’t import a lot of things from the U.S. when I was younger, so when I came to America it was a big eye-opener for me. All the huge buildings and trains amazed me.”

Lisa enrolled at Medgar Evers College in Brooklyn, she planned to major in Pre-Med because she wanted to become a Pediatrician, but quickly found out it wasn’t her cup of tea. She then transferred to Baruch College in New York City and switched her major to Computer Information Systems with a minor in Human Resource Management. She also worked at a bank as a teller, then in customer service helping people facilitate access to their safety security boxes. and one day Lisa was visiting a friend at another college campus, and they were all sitting in the hallway staring at a handsome guy across the hall, so her girlfriends dared her to go and talk to him. Not one to shy away from a dare, Lisa approached him, and they began talking. “Desmond was also from the Caribbean and was born on the island of St. Vincent." She says, "We hit it off immediately. He left shortly thereafter and enlisted in the Army and was stationed at Ft. Bragg in North Carolina, so I visited him on the weekends.”

Lisa was still working at the bank in New York but decided to leave that job to focus on her final year of college, and one of her customers, Teri, learned that she was leaving and gave her a business card. Once she graduated, she called Teri and was offered an internship at a Worldwide Advertising Company where she trained staff on a new online Expense Report System. She met Lynn Roer, who then created a job for Lisa in which she managed the conversion of tapes into an online library while managing the video conference department. “It was kismet because I was on a student visa and the company wouldn’t file a work visa for me, and I was prepared to go back to Barbados, but Lynn saved the day! I got to meet so many wonderful people and worked with the Executive Producers that included one-on-one training with them, it was a great experience for me overall.”

Lisa and Desmond got married after he transitioned from being enlisted to being an Officer. They bought a townhouse in Angier, North Carolina using their VA Loan and Lisa decided to go to Real Estate School to become a Real Estate Agent.

The Jack’s then PCS’d to Fort Knox, Kentucky, and had their first son, Torin. They transferred to Ft. Hood, Texas, and had their second son, Talon. The family relocated to Ft. Benning, Georgia, then Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas, where Desmond attended Command and General Staff College (CGCS), and finally to Schofield Barracks in Hawaii where Desmond retired after serving in the Military for 23 years. Lisa says, “Hawaii reminds us of home. I am an ‘Island Girl’, so Hawaii is the perfect place for me. I love it here. The people are peaceful and friendly and the sunsets on the Westside are magnificent! This truly is paradise and my sons really love Hawaii. I’ve instilled the same values in them that were instilled in me growing up in Barbados. They know how to mālama. I’m very proud of my family. When you marry a service member, you’ll likely find yourself taking on new roles, adapting to changing schedules, learning different ways of doing things, and developing creative ways to compromise. Being a military spouse means you’re resilient and you’re an integrated part of the military. It’s a role not everyone can fill because it’s not an easy one to hold. The active-duty journey military couples experience is unlike any other relationship. As a military wife, you learn to navigate through change quicker than most. You fully understand what it means to live a life that’s a bit dictated to you, but you still discover how to make it your own, too. One of the reasons I earned my Military Relocation Professional (MRP) Certification is that I want to exemplify my desire to advocate for fellow service members and their families. If I can serve 5 military families per year and they have the most pleasant experience, then I have done my job. If they are Hawaiian that is a bonus!

Aside from Honolulu, Lisa also covers Waipahu, Aiea, Oahu, Kaneohe, Waimalu, Ewa Beach, Ahuimanu, Pearl City, Kailua, Millani Town, Wahiawa, Makakilo City, Waianae, Makaha, Kapolei, and Nanakuli.

The military bases Lisa serves are: Schofield Barracks, Hickam Air Force Base, Fort Shafter, Fort Derussy, Wheeler Army Airfield, USCG Honolulu, Naval Station Pearl Harbor, and Tripler Medical Center Army Base.

Media Contact:
Lisa Jack
(808) 783-5138
Coldwell Banker

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Cheyanne and LaJonte Watson ~ Bossier City Louisiana


Press Release
Written By
Allison Sledge

"Those who join the Military are very strong, and so are their families. I want to be there for them and their loved ones, because I understand everything they are going through at any given time.”
Cheyanne Watson

BOSSIER CITY, LOUISIANA, USA, April 27, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ -- Cheyanne Watson is an extraordinarily talented, disciplined, and determined Real Estate Agent at Berkshire Hathaway Ally Real Estate in Bossier City, Louisiana. She is also an Active-Duty Executive Assistant for the Air Force Global Strike Command at Barksdale Air Force Base.

Cheyanne was born in Ft. Walton Beach, Florida, and went to Crestview High School. During her time there, she met her future husband, LaJonte, in freshman summer school orientation class and it was love at first sight for him. Lajonte says, “I loved her smile, her laugh, and her off-standish attitude, plus she played hard-to-get! I was so eager to get to know her that I wrote my phone number on a fruit roll paper!” Cheyanne says, “And, I took his number on the fruit roll paper and called him! I thought he was really cute but a little weird. When we began talking, I discovered that he wasn’t weird at all, just unique! We had a lot in common and we enjoyed each other’s company. We both have a quirky side and I’m more serious while he’s more of a comic, so we balance each other out.”

In high school, Cheyanne played second base on the softball team and enjoyed playing tennis. She worked for several years as a server at a Japanese restaurant and enjoyed going to the movies, shopping at Destin Commons, and going to the beach.

Her mother, Heather, was a Registered Nurse at Ft. Walton Beach Hospital, and her father, James, was a Construction Manager. She has a sister, Scout, and two brothers, Memphis and Aden.

LaJonte was raised in Texarkana, Texas, and his family moved to Florida when he was in his teens and, like Cheyanne, he enjoyed playing sports and was a standout in football, track, and wrestling. He began working with Cheyanne’s father, James and learned the trade of the HVAC industry. He then got a job as an alligator handler at Fudpucker’s Gator Beach ~ The World’s Greatest Beach. Gator Beach is a one-of-a-kind alligator park located in the heart of Destin, Florida. He enjoyed entertaining people while deftly handling the gators in front of the large, mostly tourist crowd. He says, “While that was a lot of fun, I had bigger dreams which included having financial stability and a secure future, so I decided to join the Air Force.”

LaJonte shortly left for Basic Military Training in San Antonio, Texas right after high school. Cheyanne and LaJonte got married after his BMT graduation and he later went to tech school at Sheppard Air Force Base in Wichita Falls, Texas, to study Avionics. His first duty station was Barksdale Air Force Base ( where he is currently stationed) and his job is working in electronic warfare on the B-52 jets. He says, “The B-52's electronic countermeasures suite is capable of protecting itself against a full range of air defense threat systems by using a combination of electronic detection, jamming, and infrared countermeasures.”

Cheyanne had always wanted to enlist in the Air Force, but she was hesitant at first. She says, “When my husband graduated from Tech School, I felt such a camaraderie with everyone in the Air Force, the teachers, families, and the community that I felt it was time to make that move and enlist.

Cheyanne enlisted in 2019 and went to Basic Military Training at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas, and then to Tech School at Keesler Air Force Base in Biloxi, Mississippi. She chose to go into Administration. She filled out a ‘Join Spouse Application’ and was able to join her husband at Barksdale Air Force Base where she became an Executive Assistant.

Cheyanne is also attending the Northwestern University State of Louisiana working on her Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration. “I like to be very active, and I can handle a lot at one time. I have a lot of energy, so I decided to get my Real Estate License amid everything! I love watching all of the HGTV programs, like ‘Flipping Houses,’ and ‘Property Brothers.’ I like the idea of being my boss, having my schedule, and helping people. I know how stressful it can be to move and I also know how important it is to have that person who has your back. Lajonte and I have already purchased two homes with our VA Loans; one in Bossier City, which we rent out, and our home in Shreveport. I want to help other Military families understand why they should buy a house, rather than rent, so they can begin to build their wealth, no matter how long they are staying here, in service to our Country.

Cheyanne earned her Military Relocation Professional (MRP) Certification to be more visible and acknowledged as a Military Realtor. She says, “The MRP course teaches us specifically about the VA Loan and all of the wonderful benefits that it allows us to have. I feel that most of my future clients will be Military, and I want to be able to guide them in the right direction. Those who join the Military are very strong, and so are their families. It’s not for everybody. I want to be there for them and their loved ones, because I understand everything that they are going through at any given time. I am honored and privileged to serve those who have served and are serving. I have tremendous respect for our Veterans and I will be there for all of them.”

Cheyanne serves Shreveport, Bossier City, Haughton, Benton, Keithville, Greenwood, Stonewall, Blanchard, and other surrounding areas.

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Media Contact:
Cheyanne Watson
Berkshire Hathaway ~ Ally Real Estate
(850) 598-4186

Cheyanne Watson
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Press Release
Written By
Allison Sledge

"I’m proud to help all these “Hometown Heroes" and give them the recognition they so richly deserve. I believe in being thankful for what I have, and I want to illustrate that by helping others.”
Judy Kramer

OMAHA, NEBRASKA, USA, August 23, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ -- Judy Kramer is a very kind, thoughtful and responsive Real Estate agent at Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices, Ambassador Real Estate in Omaha, Nebraska. She is proud to introduce her “HOMETOWN HEROES SAVINGS PROGRAM” to her community. She says, “I have a special program especially for individuals that may fall into one of these professions: Military, Firefighters, Police, Teachers, Nurses, Psychologists, and First Responders. This program provides discounts that can help these deserving individuals, whether they are a buyer or seller.

Judy will be the first to tell you that she isn’t one of the “old timers” in Real Estate (as some are), but since getting into the Real Estate industry 7 ½ years ago, she now feels she’s “home” (no pun intended). Each career path she’s had up until now has not only brought her to this point, but has built upon her previous experiences: administrative, human resources, finances and now to Real Estate. She’s now able to help people with what. most likely, is the biggest financial endeavor they’ll ever make: buying and selling their home.

Judy loves to be able to help individuals and families find that perfect home, but she also likes to give back whenever she can. She explored several avenues before establishing her own program called Hometown Heroes Savings Program and wanted to be able to see first-hand how her contributions could help those in her own Omaha Metro area community. Judy wants to help those people whom we tend to forget in our everyday lives, but are truly our everyday heroes: Military, Firefighters, Police, Teachers, EMT’s, Psychologists, and Nurses.

The first group she wanted to thank was our Military. Our Military is the reason we are able to have the freedom to live our lives wherever our dreams take us. And, of course, the number one dream for most people is to have a place to call “home.”

Our local Police Officers are our first-line of defense right here in our community. Until something happens that affects us, we don’t always realize what an extremely difficult and dangerous profession it is. Not only that, they are often underappreciated when it comes to getting their fair share of recognition.

Judy has said that Teachers have always held a special place in her heart. They set the standard for learning and encouraging us to achieve more than what we would expect for ourselves. Every teacher she knows spends their own money to help provide the necessary materials to achieve the programs established. Thus, money is often tight. She is excited to not only be able to give back to them financially, but to present them with that recognition they deserve.

Firefighters are often overlooked when it comes to being rewarded. They are, by nature, people who are inclined to take action when others are in danger. They put their lives on the line every single day they are called to a site by running into burning buildings, rescuing and saving lives, all at the expense of their own life.

How often do we talk about First Responders, Nurses, and Psychologists? As the name states, First Responders are the first ones on the scene of an emergency and make quick, life-changing, decisions every day. Nurses are usually the ones that are there through the entire process whether it is an emergency or an illness. They are the ones that gather the information; explain in layman’s terms what is to be done; and create that calming effect for their patients. Judy cannot say enough about Psychologists: Psychologists are the “behind the scenes” people that help others deal with the kind of trauma we hope we’ll never need, like the loss of a child, PTSD, or teenage suicide attempts.

Judy says, “I’m proud to be able to help all these “Hometown Heroes" and give them the recognition they so richly deserve. I believe in being thankful for what I have, and I want to illustrate that by helping others.”

If you'd like more information on this program, please contact Judy directly and she would be more than happy to explain it and the money you can save by participating in it.

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Media Contact:
Judy Kramer, MRP
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices
Ambassador Real Estate
331 Village Pointe Plaza
Omaha, NE 68118
Cell: 402-598-8424
Office: 402-493-4663

email us here 

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Nevada (Las Vegas) Sherry Strothers ~ Nellis Air Force Base and Creech Air Force Base

July 20, 2021, 18:41 GMT
Press Release
Written By
Allison Sledge

"I want our Veteran’s, Active-Duty and their family members to know that I am qualified to help them from beginning to end.”
Sherry Strothers

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA, USA, July 20, 2021 /
EINPresswire.com/ -- Sherry Strothers is an extremely intelligent, earnest, honest, and compassionate real estate agent with Wardley Real Estate in Las Vegas, Nevada. She is also a highly decorated United States Navy Veteran and comes from a family of Military Veterans.

Sherry was born in Chicago, Illinois. She enlisted in the Navy and completed Basic Training at the Recruit Training Command in Orlando, Florida. Her first duty station was Jacksonville, Florida, where she worked at Helicopter Anti-Submarine Squadron One (HS-1) before transferring to Norfolk, Virginia where she was on the USS Emory S. Land (AS-39), the Helicopter Anti-Submarine Squadron Light Three Zero (HSL-30), and the USS Hunley (AS-31)

Sherry was then assigned to a new Duty-Station in Arlington, Virginia where she worked at the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD) and at the Naval Facilities Engineering Command Headquarters in Washington, D.C. before being assigned to the Navy Recruiting District in Philadelphia. She then transferred to the Navy Security Force Detachment in Agana, Guam. She says, “Guam was amazing! There are miles of pristine beaches with warm, tropical air, yet it is so isolated and very small. You can drive from one end of the island to the other in a matter of an hour. It’s a big tourist destination as well and I found the people to be very nice and friendly.”

Sherry was then transferred to Coronado, California where she worked at Special Boat Team Twelve (SB-12), where she won the Vice Chief of Naval Operations Shore Activities Sailor of the Year for the entire Navy. She was then promoted to Chief Petty Officer and then a Chief Warrant Officer 2. She was then transferred back to Virginia where she was assigned to Seal Delivery Vehicle Team (SDVT-2) in Little Creek. She then came back to California to work at Spawar Systems Center Pacific (SSPAC) in Point Loma, then Helicopter Anti-Submarine Submarines Squadron Light Four-Nine (HSL-49) in North Island then on to Hawaii to Naval Special Warfare Group Three (NSWG-3), then back to Coronado, California back to Special Boat Team Twelve (SB-12) where she retired in 2016.

Sherry says, “Being in the Navy was a tremendous experience for me. I learned so much and I worked hard to excel at every command I was assigned. I was always eager to learn, and I gave 100% to everything I did. I appreciate it when people say "thank you for your service" but the truth is that the Navy gave me everything and I thank the Navy for not giving up on me.”

After she retired from the Navy, she wasn't sure what she wanted to do. However, during the Covid lockdown, she decided to venture into Real Estate. She says, “I find my greatest joy in service and Real Estate will allow me to continue to do that. It takes determination, the ability to negotiate, a winning personality, integrity, attention to detail, self-motivation, and strong communication skills. These are all the things that I had throughout my Military career, so it was a natural transition for this to be my second career.”

Sherry lives and works in Las Vegas, Nevada, which is a thriving community. It is home to Nellis Air Force Base and Creech Air Force Base and there are over 10,000 Veterans who live there. Although the pandemic is still causing disruptions for businesses (casinos, hotels, restaurants, etc.), there is no downturn happening in the Southern Nevada resale housing market. The market has recovered and reached new heights this year. In fact, the Las Vegas housing market is among those cities that are showing the most signs of a positive recovery from the pandemic.

Sherry says, “It’s been a bit of a struggle to gain sure-footing right now because of the uncertainty of where we are headed, but this is how I learn. I know that at the end of the road that all of my hard work will pay off. The market is challenging and exciting at the same time and it’s extremely important to me that I give my clients 100%. I know that people put their trust in their Realtors and I want them to know that they can trust me to guide them in the right direction. When it comes to Military Veterans, it’s imperative that they work with a Real Estate Agent who not only understands their lifestyle but knows the in’s- and out’s of the VA Loan. This is one of the reasons that I got my Military Relocation (MRP) Certification. I wanted the Veteran’s, Active-Duty and their families to know that I am qualified to help them from beginning to end.”

Sherry is always excited about the influx of people who move to Las Vegas every year. She says, “Vegas is an incredible place to live and work. It’s a 24/hour town with great casinos, restaurants, and entertainment, but we also have wonderful communities, schools, and lifestyles that have nothing to do with the Las Vegas Strip. There are plenty of opportunities for people to create the life they want to live right here in Las Vegas, Nevada!”

Other than the City of Las Vegas, Sherry works in the surrounding communities as well; North Las Vegas, Henderson, Summerlin, Sunrise Mountain, Mount Charleston, Blue Diamond, Indian Springs, and Boulder City.

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Written By 
Allison Sledge

"I got the Military Relocation Professional (MRP) Certification to let our Veterans know that I am there for them, no matter what. I’ve got their backs. They can always count on me.”
Steve Takacs

PRINCETON, NEW JERSEY, USA, January 3, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ -- Steve Takacs is an Air Force Veteran and a very dedicated, conscientious Real Estate agent at Berkshire Hathaway in Princeton, New Jersey. He also owns his own moving service called “Hammerdown Moving Service LLC.”

Steve was born in New Brunswick, New Jersey, and graduated from Franklin High School. He worked at a Chevrolet Dealership where he made sure all the cars were inspected, clean, shiny, in working order, and ready to go to the showroom. Shortly after high school, he went to Apex Technical School in New York and received a Certification in Automotive Mechanics. He says, “Even at a young age I knew I wanted more out of life, and I actually wanted to be a Police Officer. I wanted stability and a job with good pay and benefits, so I decided to go into the Military.”

Steve completed Basic Training at Lackland Air Force Base and went through Aircraft Maintenance Training at Sheppard Air Force Base in Texas. He scored very high on the mechanical portion of the final test and the recruiter advised him toward being a Jet Mechanic. He transferred to McGuire Air Force Base in New Jersey where he went through the second phase of training and began working on the C-141 Starlifter which is a strategic airlifter that served with the Military Air Transport Service and then the multimillion-dollar C-17 Globemaster. Steve says, “It was a tremendous responsibility. There are various aspects and distinctions within aircraft maintenance, including cockpit controls, avionics, flight operation, navigation, hydraulics, flaps, landing gear, wheels, and engines. It was my job was to ensure that every component of these high-performance aircraft was maintained to Air Force standards. I had to ensure that the aircraft in my care were ready to fly at a moment’s notice so that pilots could safely and effectively complete their mission. We all had our own specialties, but my position was to report to my supervision that the work of all the other specialists and maintenance was completed. At the end of the maintenance process, the Pilots arrive and say, ‘Are we good to fly?’ I say, ‘Yes, you’re good to go’. Not many people truly understand what a huge responsibility we as aircraft maintainers deal with on a daily basis.”

Steve was awarded the Air Force Commendation Medal, Meritorious Service Medal, and Achievement Medal which are awards presented to members of the United States Armed Forces who distinguished themselves by outstanding meritorious achievement or service to the United States of America. He retired in 2013 and took a year off to decompress and relax with his beloved wife, Susan. “I am so grateful for my wife. She’s my guiding light, the wind beneath my wings. She’s my everything and I don’t know where I’d be without her.”

In 2006, Steve was in a car accident and tore his rotator which put him out of work for nine months. A friend of his talked him into going to Real Estate School, so he got his license then and maintained it until he retired from the Military, then became a full-time real estate agent at Berkshire Hathaway. He says, “I really enjoy working in real estate. There’s a lot of research involved, and you must keep your clients happy. It’s imperative that you keep informed about everything, especially in these uncertain times. I’m a perfectionist and I’m very honest with my clients. I give it to them straight. I keep it simple. I do everything in my power to get them the home that they want. If I see a homeless Veteran, I will bend over backward to help them out. The Military has done so much for me, and I wouldn’t be where I am today if I didn’t join the Air Force. One of the reasons I got the Military Relocation Professional (MRP) Certification was to let our Active-Duty, Retired and Disabled Veterans know that I am there for them, no matter what. I’ve got their backs. They can always count on me.”

Steve’s Real Estate company, Berkshire Hathaway, is "one-stop shopping" for all real estate needs in-house, as they offer Homeowners Insurance, Renters Insurance, Title Insurance/Search, Mortgage, all types with special discounts for Police and Fire, and a $ 100.00-second look paid to anyone who wants a loan/mortgage application reviewed, no strings attached. He says, “As far as real estate services and moving services I am probably the only realtor in New Jersey that is offering a combination of real estate and moving service. If you are buying or selling, either way you are moving. In addition, it’s Veteran Owned and Operated and if anyone uses my service and recommends me to another client, I will pay a $150.00 referral fee upon completion of the move or paid after closing for real estate.”

The areas that Steve covers are Princeton, Trenton, Lawrenceville, Cherry Hill, Hamilton, Hopewell, Brownsville, Mt. Holly, Pemberton, Chesterfield, New Egypt, Burlington, Mercer, Middlesex, Somerset, Hunterdon, and all areas surrounding Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst.

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"They brought a helicopter overhead, using an anchor to unfold the seats, known as ‘Tree Penetration’ and it looks like a big lead teardrop. This was designed to penetrate the forests of Vietnam.”
Rich Cummings

SOUTHERN PINES, NORTH CAROLINA, USA, January 9, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ -- RichardRichCummings is a respected, admired, honored, and appreciated Real Estate Agent with Towering Pines Real Estate in Southern Pines, North Carolina. He is a Veteran of the United States Air Force and served as a Jet Pilot. Rich was born in Yonkers, New York, and grew up in Downers Grove, Illinois. He graduated from Southern Illinois University, majoring in Industrial Technology and Aviation Technology and acquired two separate licenses; the Air Frame and Power-plant (A&P) licenses for Jet Engines. He worked as an electrician’s apprentice and took private Pilot lessons while studying Aviation Mechanics.

Rich was in the AFROTC program and then enlisted in the Air Force as a 2nd Lieutenant. He says, “The Vietnam War was in full effect and my number came up. Growing up, my uncle flew a single-engine airplane and I loved it. I had a deep fascination with flying airplanes because of that experience." While in the ROTC, Rich was a cadet with the 205th Detachment. He trained at Laredo Air Force Base in Texas where he was assigned to a 38-student pilot training school. He learned basic flying and flew Jet T-37 while learning the aircraft systems, hydraulics, electronics, and engine avionics. He flew in a two-seater side by side with the instructor and learned how to take off, soar and land. He then went on to the High-Speed Supersonic and Tran-sonic T-38 Jets, learning formation flying with two planes that overlapped wings 2 feet apart traveling at the Speed of Sound.

Rich graduated in July 1973, and his first assignment was at Little Rock Arkansas Air Force Base on the C- 130 where he was a Pilot, Co-Pilot, Flight Engineer, Navigator, Load-master and Crew Chief. His first assignment was at the Korat Royal Thai Air Force Base, is a base of the Royal Thai Air Force (RTAF) in northeast Thailand, approximately 250 km (157 mi) northeast of Bangkok. Prior to that, Rich went to First Survival Training in Homestead, Florida, where he learned to survive in the ocean. He says, “In WWII, Pilots were afraid to bail out of the aircraft, so our mission was to take the fear out of the unknown. We bobbed around in the ocean for over 8 hours before being rescued. They brought a helicopter overhead, using an anchor to unfold the seats, known as ‘Tree Penetration’ and it looks like a big lead teardrop. We strapped in and were pulled up out of the water. This was designed to penetrate the forests of Vietnam.” Rich also went to Fairchild Air Force Base in Spokane, Washington, to learn basic survival in the woods, including eating bugs, starting fires and building shelters to stay away from the enemy. Then onto Clark Air Force Base in the Philippines to learn Jungle Survival. Once finished with that duty, he married his high school sweetheart, Peggy.

While stationed at Korat Royal Thai Air Force Base, Rich was assigned to Unit ADCCC - Airborne Command Control Center – where he was the Pilot who flew the “Intel” on board to monitor ground traffic on the Ho Chi Minh Trail, which was a Military supply route running from North Vietnam through Laos and Cambodia to South Vietnam. The route sent weapons, manpower, ammunition, and other supplies from Communist-led North Vietnam to their supporters in South Vietnam during the Vietnam War. He also flew the “Intel” over the Kong River in Cambodia and Thailand. There were two squads who led this Operation; 1) The Cricket Squad and 2) The Moonbeam Squad, which was Rich’s squad. One for the day, one for the night. In 1973 the entire Unit was relocated to the Philippines where Rich completed his Remote Tour. He was reassigned to Little Rock Air Force Base on the 62nd Tactical Airlift Squadron where he received his Aircraft Commander Rating for Pilots. He was then stationed in Decatur, Illinois, with the International Guard – 47th Aviation Branch where he flew Helicopters for the Army Unit.

Rich then decided to go into Administration and worked with the 183rd Tactical Group. He got an Honorable Discharge then reenlisted and transferred to New London, North Carolina, with the 235th ATC 5 Civilian Airfield where he worked in Communications, Radio Transmissions, and Radar Electronics. In 2002, he retired from the National Guard and reenlisted again with the Air Force Reserves in the 916 Civil Engineer Squadron at Seymour-Johnson Air Force Base. In 2008, Rich officially retired from his Military career.

While in Little Rock, Arkansas, as a civilian, Rich had worked as an Inspector for Caterpillar Tractors so, upon retirement from the Air Force, he went back to work for Caterpillar in North Carolina as an Industrial Engineer.

Because of having traveled all around the world, buying and selling homes, Rich became interested in Real Estate and decided to become a Real Estate agent. He says, “Having a home is the most important thing in life. It’s your sanctuary. I wanted to be able to provide people with the best quality of service when they are looking to buy a home. Southern Pines is a beautiful place to live. The people are warm and friendly. We have the Weymouth Center for the Arts & Humanities, Reservoir Park, Southern Pines Brewing Company, Sandhills Horticultural Gardens, The Creation Museum, and great Golf Courses, including Pine Needles Lodge and Golf Club, Southern Pines Golf Club, and Talamore Golf Course. I am honored to be the Realtor of choice for those who want to buy a home in our beautiful community”

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Towering Pines Real Estate
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Press Release
Written By
Allison Sledge

"My dedication to serving my community is unquestionable. I served over 20 years of Active-Duty in the Marine Corps and I've earned my Military Relocation Professional (MRP) Certification”
Marlin Wilbur

FORT WORTH, TEXAS, USA, March 15, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ -- Marlin Wilbur is a very kind, thoughtful, and responsive Real Estate Agent, Broker, and Owner of Veteran Real Estate Partners in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metropolis. He is also a highly regarded Marine Corps Veteran.

Marlin is proud to introduce his ‘ELITE FORCE HOME SAVINGS PROGRAM’ to the community. He says, “I have a very special program, specifically designed for individuals that may fall into one of these professions: Military Veterans, Firefighters, Police Officers, Teachers, Nurses, First Responders, and Ministers. This program provides discounts that can help these deserving individuals, whether they are buying or selling their homes”.

Marlin will be the first to tell you that he understands the importance of serving the community and giving back to those individuals by offering them a 25% rebate on the purchase or sale of their homes. His dedication to serving his community is unquestionable, as he served over 20 years of Active-Duty in the Marine Corps. His Company’s Mission Statement is: “Served and Still Serving.”

Marlin loves to be able to help individuals and families find that perfect home, and he also likes to give back whenever he can.

He also explored several avenues before establishing his own program, ‘ELITE FORCE HOME SAVINGS PROGRAM’ because he wanted to be able to see first-hand how his contributions could help those in the Dallas/Fort Worth community. Marlin wants to help those people whom we tend to forget in our everyday lives, but are truly our everyday heroes: Military, Firefighters, Police, Nurses, Teachers, EMTs, First Responders, and Ministers.

Without a doubt, the first group Marlin wanted to thank was the Military. Our Military is the reason we are able to have the freedom to live our lives wherever our dreams take us, and of course, the number one dream for most people is to have a place to call “home.” Because of this, Marlin earned his Military Relocation Professional (MRP) Certification from the National Association of Realtors.

Our local Police Officers are our first line of defense right here in our community. Until something happens that affects us, we don’t always realize what an extremely difficult and dangerous profession it is. Not only that, but they are also often underappreciated when it comes to getting their fair share of recognition.

Marlin has said that his teachers have always held a special place in his heart. They set the standard for learning and encourage us to achieve more than what we would expect for ourselves. Every teacher he knows has spent their own money to help provide the necessary materials to achieve the programs established. Thus, money is often tight. He is excited to not only be able to give back to them financially but to present them with that recognition they deserve.

Firefighters are often overlooked when it comes to being rewarded. They are, by nature, people who are inclined to take action when others are in danger. They put their lives on the line every single day they are called to a site by running into burning buildings, rescuing and saving lives, all at the risk of their own life. Naturally, Marlin wants to show them the respect they deserve and will be there for them when they reach out to him.

How often do we talk about First Responders and Nurses? First Responders are the first ones on the scene of an emergency and make quick, life-changing, decisions every day. Nurses are the ones that are there through the entire process whether it is an emergency or an illness. They are the ones that gather the information; explain in layman’s terms what needs to be done and create that calming effect for their patients, while giving 100% of their time to saving lives to the best of their ability. He is honored to recognize them as our unsung heroes.

Marlin cannot say enough about Ministers. “They carry a heavy load, running a Church, serving the people and are often overlooked as community servants. We want to help carry that heavy load by offering them our rebate. I’m proud to be able to help all these “Hometown Heroes” and give them the recognition they so richly deserve. I believe in being thankful for what I have, and I want to illustrate that by helping others.”

If you would like more information on this program, please contact Marlin directly and he will be more than happy to explain the program to you and the money you can save by participating in it.

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