Kay moved to Evergreen from rural Upper Michigan over 20 years ago. While attending Northern Michigan University she was set up on a blind date and hence her journey to Colorado began.
On Kay's first visit to Evergreen she fell in love this charming mountain town. Kay graduated from Metropolitan State College of Denver with a Bachelor of Science in Social Work and worked as a Social Worker at a spinal cord and Brain Injury Center in Denver. She has also worked as a Victims Assistance Worker for a local Police Department.
For over a decade she as been known as the Cookie Lady of Evergreen. Kay started an organization called "The Cookie Project" to raise money for local charities helping victims of domestic violence. She is also the founder of the Evergreen Community Soldier Bake. Kay had family and friends deployed overseas after 911 so she started baking cookies for the Troops as a means of support and to keep herself busy. To Kay, it is an amazing site seeing the people of our community baking cookies together!
Kay has found the mountain area an incredible place to raise her two children, which is why, if you are thinking about a place anywhere in the foothills/mountain area to call home, it would be her pleasure to give you a mountain tour. The foothills offer many unique home styles and neighborhoods. Looking for a remote cabin to a custom built estate home or looking to move down the hill, Kay will help you find what you are looking for.
Another of Kay's specialties is working with individuals who communicate using American Sign Language. Her youngest son was born deaf and their entire family "signs".
Years of community involvement and charity work lead Kay to join the Legendary Properties Sotheby's office. When Sotheby's learned about her ongoing efforts to raise money to build a permanent school for the deaf in Denver they invited Kay to join their team. They have been committed & supportive in helping secure a permanent home for The Rocky Mountain Deaf School.