Patricia has spent her life cultivating an impressive career in real estate, holding the record for selling the most expensive home in Savannah at 5.8 million dollars. She grew up in a small, idyllic southern town, and originally began pursuing education. She got a Bachelor of Science degree in education and started working in the Chatham County Public School system teaching first grade. She then transitioned to teaching Library Research for middle schoolers.
From there, she worked to reform prison education, teaching high school and college level English classes in the Chatham County Jail and Georgia State Prison. She also taught English and speed-reading to men in the army and English as a Second Language at Georgia Southern University’s Armstrong campus.
Despite her expansive and diverse experience as an educator, she had always wanted to sell real estate, and soon began pursuing it as her main goal. She has been a member of the Distinguished Sales Society for 26 years.
When she’s not at work, she enjoys many hobbies such as reading, cooking, gardening, and spending weekends at her late mother’s home in the country.
She is a passionate animal lover, supporting the ASPCA for 25 years. She currently lives in the Historic District of Savannah, Georgia with her husband, John, and her two red standard poodles Gus and Touy.
What she loves most about real estate is that she is able to engage with many different people from all walks of life. She is profoundly happy in real estate and loves the people she crosses paths with in her profession.
“I’m a pretty happy girl,” Patricia says.