My early years were spent in the rural Rising Sun area of Cecil County. During that time I enjoyed working on neighboring dairy farms and I was very active in 4-H. I graduated from Rising Sun High in 1964 and then attended the University of Maryland graduating in 1968 from the College of Agriculture. After college I served two years in the U S Army with one of those years being spent in the central highlands of Vietnam. Following the Army, I worked briefly for the Maryland Dept of Agriculture in a position covering the entire Eastern Shore. In the fall of 1973 I began a land surveying career with J. R. McCrone, Jr. Inc. [now McCrone Inc]. Passing the exam, I became a Maryland registered land surveyor in 1979. In 1981 I initiated a new branch office for McCrone in Elkton and spent the next 28 years managing that civil engineering and land surveying office. I retired from McCrone in December 2009. My second career started by obtaining my real estate license in the fall of 2009 and starting work with Doug Ashley REALTORS in January 2010.
In 1969 I married my wife Marianne. We have raised three daughters Eve, Rebecca, and Sarah. Presently we’re enjoying four young grandchildren. We lived in the village of Fairlee, Kent County for 35 years. Most recently we built a new home in Galena and enjoy living close to a couple of our grandchildren. Working with real estate here in Chestertown gives me the opportunity to learn a new business and work with an entirely new group of people. The work is enjoyable and it’s rewarding to help people reach their goals for their property.
If you currently have a need for assistance in reaching your real estate goals, either buying or selling, please contact me at email@example.com or 410-708-5879 or the office 410 810 0010.