Lee’s passion for the Rocky Mountain foothills stems from a lifetime of living in Alberta and exploring the outdoors. Growing up in Black Diamond, Lee’s early love for horses led to a rewarding job as a trail guide in Banff & Yoho National Parks, which eventually advanced to work for the Warden Service in Yoho National Park; an opportunity that ultimately introduced Lee to his wife Linda. His equestrian experience eventually made way to an involvement with 4-H where he supervised the 4-H volunteer program at Spruce Meadows for 11 years.
Passionate about community work, be it canvassing for the Kidney or Stroke Foundations or serving on various committees with the Calgary Real Estate Board, Lee has lent his skills and knowledge to the success and prosperity of those around him. Currently involved with various committees and associations in Bragg Creek, including the Greater Bragg Creek Trails Association, the drive to “make a difference” continues to be an important aspect of Lee’s life. Lee’s latest recognition for outstanding volunteerism came in the form of a nomination for the Alberta Real Estate Association 2007 “Quality of Life” award.
Joining the Calgary Real Estate Board in 1978, Lee applied his strong work ethic and dedication to his real estate career, achieving the Million Dollar Club Award and numerous other achievement awards over the years. Lee is one of less than 100 realtors in Canada with SRES designation. As a Seniors´ Real Estate Specialist Lee receives frequent training and education on the specific and unique real estate needs of seniors.
Living in the Greater Bragg Creek area since 1986, Lee commits his hard work, integrity and dedication to the ongoing needs of his real estate clients. Lee currently hosts regular real estate seminars out of his Bragg Creek office where he lends his years of experience and knowledge towards the education of others. For more information on the upcoming seminars, contact Lee directly at 403-540-0540 or by email at email@example.com