I grew up in Pleasant Hill in the east bay. After delivering the Oakland Tribune for five years, at 16 I was hired at Albertsons as a bagger. At 18 I packed mom’s station wagon and moved into the dorms at Sacramento State University. In four years I graduated with a B.S. in Accounting. That’s when Albertsons called and said they had plans for me.
In 1991 while working for Albertsons in Chico I got my real estate license. In time I earned a great desk at Century 21 Jeffries Lydon in Chico. In year 2000 Albertsons asked me to be part of an integration project after a big merger.
In 2005, after 28 years, I left Albertsons and went into real estate full time. In 2008 I got my Broker’s license. It was then that I started my own company: Tree House Real Estate Solutions.