Lindsay was born in Seattle, WA relocating to Summerville, SC with her husband Joseph and son Wyatt in 2016 by way of Boeing. She graduated from Bellevue College with high distinction and as a member of the honor society. Formerly a Registered Neurophysiological Technologist, she worked 5 years in the medical field, dedicating herself to providing exceptional healthcare to others. Upon relocating to South Carolina, Lindsay placed her career on-hold to stay home with her son, adapt to new surroundings, and expand their family. They welcomed their South Carolinian born son Dawson into the world November of 2017. Now a family of four, she enjoys spending time with her husband and children site-seeing and walking the trails around their Cane Bay home. Lindsay and her husband love entertaining family and guests from the opposite coast and sharing their enthusiasm for the south. She has an eye for interior design and considers this a hobby in her free-time.
Lindsay has a natural ability to put people at ease that emulates in her desire to please others. She exercises compassion, empathy, and respect for all people by understanding the unique worth of each individual. You’ll notice her optimism at first meeting. She has a dry wit, love for laughter, and shiploads of depth. She is an organized go-getter who likes to see projects and commitments through to the end. Her attention to detail, dedication, and loyalty reflect her upbringing. She has a brother who is in law enforcement and parents who are happily married after 40 years.
Lindsay has spent the last two years playing tourist in the greater Charleston area, taking in the culture and rich history. Although, originally from the West Coast, she feels the South is her true home. With a father originally born in Buffalo, NY and extended family spanning across Georgia, the East Coast and Carolinas seemed like a natural fit. After encouragement from friends, family, and neighbors, Lindsay expanded on her intrigue of Real Estate, launching her career in 2018. She is extremely grateful for an amazing group of neighborhood friends who instantly felt like family and commits to making sure that new residents feel the same warm welcome that has become customary.
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