I worked for the federal government for 33 years. My agencies were the Social Security Administration and U.S. Customs and Border Protection. My job sites were in Washington, D.C. Springfield, Va., Bethesda, Md,, Westminster, Md., and Baltimore, Md.
I traveled to many countries (Egypt, Moldova, Mongolia, Bahamas, Trinidad, Belgium and France) and have always been treated very courteously. I made friends in every country. Even though I have worked and traveled to various locations, I was born, have lived, married and raised my family in Baltimore. Baltimore is and will always be home.
I have three amazing daughters and three of the most intelligent, interesting grandchildren anyone could hope for. They are the absolute center of my universe.
My hobbies are baking, gardening, reading and event planning. I always wanted to become a real estate salesperson, but was not able to devote the time and effort until after retirement.
I am taking online classes in American Sign Language (ASL). Sign language has always fascinated me. I attended the University of Maryland Baltimore County, University of Maryland University College and the Community College of Baltimore County. In 2005, I received my MBA from the University of Phoenix.
I am looking forward to helping you find/sell your home.
1515 Reistertown Rd , Pikesville - MD 21208
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