Many Agents Join Keller Williams

Friday, August 10, 2018

The Keller Williams Market Center, under the leadership of Jay Craig and Jennie Brockman, has added an unprecedented number of new agents to the rosters of the East Brainerd, Hixson and Ooltewah offices in the first half of 2018.  

Some agents are just beginning their careers and there are agents that have decided to join Keller Williams from other companies in town.

Here are the new agents for Keller Williams: Angela Delavega, Eddie Mansell, Sean Pierce, Bill Flowers, Tia Flynn, Michael Bradford, Shalee Purin, Ethan Speicher, Stefanie Crisp, Tyler Terry, Lou Lou Strugala, Christine Cassell, Michelle Pace, Pat Dunn, Ron Sharp, Brenda Benford, Deonne Taylor, Tammy Sitton, Aneta Brown, Alicee Styles, Hannah McKee, Khristy Nicely, Mel Igot, Manny Vargas, TJ Peck, Emily Hunter, Ming Zhong, KC Cyr, Cindy Schertzer, Sun Kim, Sue Krungkaew, Stephanie Baxendale, Kay Sherman, Cheryl Ann Goodman, Robert Kozloski, Callie Dilts, Skylier Asher , Tara Martin, Alex Young, Drew Craig, Asia Dean, Gigi Rozier, Fred McNamara, Alicia Morris, Austin Morrison, Justin Wampler, Rachel Walden, Cassie Brown, Jeff Coppage, Grace Martin, Gianna Spence, David Bowman, Sarah Thomas, Kimberly Cunningham, Elaine Ford, Kerri Palmer, Melody Hunsinger, Jasmin Taylor, Wesley Jarl, Barbara Blevins, Daniel Anderson, Sherri Anderson, Sarah Moody, Jessica Oliver, Teresa Sheiwe, Pam Coates, Junior Francica, Rachel Grant, Stephanie Carver, Celeste Dobbins, Bill Woosley, and Grace Vanallen.

The agents may be reached through the Keller Williams office at 1200 Premier Dr. or by calling 664-1600.



Many Agents Join Keller Williams

The Keller Williams Market Center, under the leadership of Jay Craig and Jennie Brockman, has added an unprecedented number of new agents to the rosters of the East Brainerd, Hixson and Ooltewah offices in the first half of 2018.   Some agents are just beginning their careers and there are agents that have decided to join Keller Williams from other companies in town. ... (click for more)

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