Since 1977, Deb has lived in the Northeast Tarrant County area which includes Hurst, Euless, Bedford, Colleyville, Grapevine, Southlake, North Richland Hills, Haltom City, Keller, Watauga, Trophy Club, and Roanoke. In those 30+ years, she has watched the Northeast Tarrant County area grow and become home to many new businesses and families. She made a career change at the young age of 50, to become a realtor. Who better to serve you, than someone who has watched this area become one of the best in the country in which to call home. Deb made the move to real estate in 2006. She was a veterinary technician, specializing in assisting the doctors in surgery. It was a very satisfying career and Deb loved her clients. It is a very demanding job and one that requires long hours at the hospital. So, at the urging of one her dear friends, she quit her job and went to real estate school. She has not turned back, although misses seeing the variety of 4 legged friends. Real estate has allowed Deb to help people, their pets and also to travel with her husband and his Shrine activities.
She is very active with her family, church and community. Deb has been married for 31 years and has three children, four grandchildren and three labrador retrievers. Deb's interests include travel, cooking, exploring wine, playing golf, spending time with the grandchildren and taking in wayward dogs and finding them new homes. Deb's heart is also with the Moslah Shriners of Fort Worth, a philanthropic fraternity that assists in raising money to fund 22 children's hosptals across our nation.