Bill retired to western North Carolina from California in 1998. He has profited from a multifaceted career that included Viet Nam service as a decorated Air Force pilot following AFROTC and a BA at Colgate University in pre-architecture and fine arts, and then earning a Harvard MBA in Boston. This led to portfolio management on Wall Street, retail lending and property sales and management in Los Angeles and then fifteen years as a collision repair entrepreneur in Santa Barbara. He returned to real estate sales and property management in 2006 because he enjoys problem solving and the intellectual stimulation that real estate activity provides. Bill and his wife Sheila purchased both a house and a Turning Leaf condo in Highlands Cove in 2004 where his wide-ranging interests have included woodworking, gardening, art and architecture, technology, automotive restoration, reading, genealogy, heraldry, birding, humor, and trading securities and cryptocurrencies. His current preoccupation is learning Spanish.
In addition, while Sheila concentrates on supporting her church, Bill has been active on the boards of the Highlands Plateau Audubon Society, Kelsey Hutchinson Founders Park and The Committee for Non-native Plant Management (Kill that Kudzu and Japanese Knotweed.)
To contact Bill, please call 828-399-1553 or click here.