After living in Ketchikan, Alaska, for eight years, Rhonda moved to Lebanon, TN, and joined the remarkable team at Century 21 West Main Realty and Auction.
Her roots are deep in the south with originally being from Ohio. Her two adult sons, Scotty and Corey, along with their families live close bringing much enjoyment and fulfillment to Rhonda. Her oldest son Scotty, retired from the Army much earlier than expected. On April 21, 2011, he was shot multiple times while scanning for explosives in Afghanistan. With support and a positive mindset, he has proven we can overcome. He is now a professional archer, coach for the Warrior Games (Military) and individual instructor (Follow Your Arrow), team member of the Paralympic team. He and his wife Brook (from the area) and children live in the Nashville area. Corey, her youngest son, overcame obstacles (torn ACL) and played college football at Ohio University. Within weeks, he recovered and finished out a remarkable career. He now lives in Jacksonville Beach, FL, with his wife Tricia and is the principle Broker for Engel & Völkers.
Seven years as a licensed real estate agent, Four years as Affiliate Broker, 12 years as a mortgage loan officer, 20+ years in the financial industry with multiple management positions and having an independent, self-motivated spirit helps qualify Rhonda. Licensed in the State of Alaska in 2012, she obtained her Associate Broker license early 2015, MRP (Military Relocation Professional) and CRS (Council of Residential Specialists) Designations in June 2017, and Affiliate Broker license in the state of Tennessee early 2018. She is the recipient of the Silver Award of Excellence for 2018, Certification of Excellence-Top Producer Award in 2016 and 2017 and was featured in the Top Agent Magazine. She also appeared on the famous HGTV show "Living Alaska" which aired on Season 1, Episode 4.