Edith is a proud native Nashvillian. She attended Hillsboro High School and Peabody Nanderbilt. She worked for Third National Bank for 18 years. She knows that Nashville is a great place to call home with something for everyone. She values what Nashville and Middle Tennesse has to offer in so many ways. She has seen many changes which include professional football, hockey, baseball,
cultural events, and much more. What a great place to live.
Edith enjoys working in different price ranges according to the needs of both buyers and sellers. It is most rewarding finding the right home. She works with other Realtors toward a win-win conclusion. It is an important time for all. Edith is a member of Greater Nashville Realtors. Presently she is serving on the Legislative Committee. She was President of Greater Nashville Women’s Council and was named Realtor of the Year for that group. She is a part of Greater Nashville Association Leadership. She is a Life Member of the Awards of Excellence. She was awarded the status of Realtor Emeritus from the National Association of Realtors for 40 plus years in real estate.
Edith has 2 children and 5 grandchildren as well as 3 step sons and their families including 7 children. Her daughter Edie teaches Math at Brentwood High and her son Eddie is an assistant physical therapist at NHC The Trace. Edie’s husband Tom is a financial planner and longtime basketball coach having coached during the season at Ensworth and Brentwood High. My grandson Hadley graduated from Lipscomb University. Brynne graduated from Vanderbilt and Elise graduated fromLSU. Kailie attends Brentwood High and Brooklyn attends Percy Priest Elementary. Community Edith is a member of the Hillsboro Brentwood Exchange Club and is presently serving on the board. It is a service club and contributes continually to the community. She is past president. She is in Seed and Weed Garden Club and has been a member for over 50 years. She is an active member of Woodmont Christian Women and serves on the board. She is in charge of programs for this organization. She attends Stephens Valley Church.
Her passion is doing volunteer work as a one on one mentor at Tennessee Prison for Women through a program called Better Decisions. She enjoys watching sports, playing bridge and especially having lunch with friends.