In 2016, Beth and Debbie teamed up, to continue to provide Award Winning service to all of their clients. Their teamwork, and dedication has inspired many notes and testimonials, as well as an incredible loyalty from those who have worked with them in the past. Their combined experience, commitment, and passion for helping others, makes them a dynamic team, excited to help others in their real estate experiences. They look forward to staying in touch with past clients & are always happy to welcome any new opportunities to assist with your needs!
Beth has been a Real Estate Salesperson since 2002, assisting clients in Durham Region and the GTA with Award Winning service. Beth spent the first 17 years of her career working with her Mom, Lyn Lewis. Lyn and Beth created a dynamic team that were the proud recipients of the Royal LePage Frank Customer Service Award of Excellence multiple times, and obtained Award levels each year within Royal LePage. Beth is a proud mother of two amazing young women. She is involved in the Royal LePage Shelter Foundation, contributing to this important cause with every home she helps her clients Buy or Sell. This incredible charity provides assistance to women and children who are fleeing from abusive homes. The cause is dear to her heart, and with Royal LePage being such an advocate for women and children, it has been a perfect fit for her. (https://www.royallepage.ca/en/realestate/about-us/shelter-foundation)
Debbie began her Real Estate Career in February of 2001 after 18 years in retail management with Bata, Town Shoes & Shoe Company. Her extensive experience in customer service has been a valuable asset during her career as a Real Estate Salesperson. Until recently, Debbie had worked independently assisting Buyers and Sellers in the Durham Region. Debbie is a proud Mother of two pretty great kids and not to forget her most loyal companion Brady (a handsome Black Lab). In addition to her love of animals, Debbie has also been noted as an incredible cook, regularly preparing meals for her son’s entire football team of their repeat favorites!. Debbie knits & crochets avidly in her free time. In fact, she uses this skill set on a regular basis to help do her part in the community. She creates and donates handmade items, with all proceeds going to the Royal Le Page Shelter Foundation (a safe place for women & children fleeing from abuse). There is also the Red Scarf Project, wrapping local trees in her large knit scarves for Aids Awareness. In 2015 she was a volunteer for the PanAm Games, and is now working on her contribution as a committee member & volunteer for the 2019 Parasport Games.