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About Cathy Spacek

Enthusiasm At Work For You . . .For most of her life, Cathy knew her future would include Real Estate. Cathy learned that working hard was the key. "It isn't one thing that you do; it's everything that you do!" This is the advice her Dad gave her years ago when she asked for the secret of his success in Real Estate.

With two young sons and a daughter, family time is as challenging as Real Estate. Cathy's husband, Daniel, an experienced Salt Water Fisherman, has taught her and their children how to fish and they spend as much time as they can fishing or just enjoying the beach. This winter they took an extreme change and hit the slopes of Colorado. Cathy grew up in snow country and has skied for years, but this was Daniel Curtis and Brandon's first experience with real snow. For Cathy and her husband, it was so thrilling to watch their young sons learn to snowboard . . . they took to it like pros!

Community involvement has also played an important role in Cathy's life. As a active parent of the OFA Little League, Girl Scout Leader, PTA Board Member, Meadow Creek Village Civic Club Secretary and President and Odyssey of the Mind Coach, Cathy believes giving back is just as important as receiving, and she puts her enthusiasm for life to work to get the results her clients deserve.

Simply put, Cathy takes the time to understand her clients' needs and works tirelessly to reach their goals!

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