Vickie has extensive experience in sales where her main focus was building relationships and not selling! Before getting her REALTORS® license in 2015, she was working with an Upstate hospice provider. She also has worked in the retirement and assisted living industry as Marketing and Community Relations Director.
While living in Indiana Vickie sold houses – miniature houses and all the accessories that go with them. She had a lovely little shop where she helped women get in touch with the child inside themselves by providing quality miniatures and houses and helping them decorate them. In her spare time she still enjoys working on her dollhouse, jewelry making and cooking.
Anyone who has worked with Vickie will tell you if you want to know how to solve a problem, ask her. If she doesn’t know, she will keep asking questions until she gets the answers. She feels that by listening to what is happening in the lives of others she can learn the best way to solve problems. This is so important in choosing the correct person to work with you in the search for your home. When you meet with her she will ask you questions and look for the answers and the best home that answers those questions.
Ed retired from the health care industry 2015 where, for the last 35 plus years, he worked in hospitals, nursing homes, assisted living and retirement communities. Prior to retiring Ed was the executive director of a Brookdale Senior Living Community in Hendersonville North Carolina, since 2008. He is a licensed Community Residential Care Facilities Administrator in South Carolina and attended LaSalle University in Philadelphia, PA. where he received a BS degree, and attended Bloomsburg University, Bloomsburg, PA. receiving his MBA.
Ed is a hardworking, caring, friendly, dedicated, and honest person with experience helping seniors with housing and health services choices. As a REALTOR® with these qualifications, he seeks to help his clients in the search of the right solutions for their individual needs. He also understands the family dynamics involving living arrangements and health services necessary for the safety of a loved one. In his off time, he loves woodworking, cruising, and writing – he is a published author of a children’s book.
Ed, and his wife Vickie, live in Travelers Rest, SC., and have two children and four grandchildren.