I was born in Illinois but proudly refer to Montana as home as I have lived here for over 20 years. After graduating from high school in Great Falls, I earned a degree in Psychology at the University of Providence while playing basketball for the Argonauts. I then traded life in the city for life on a wheat farm where I raised two daughters and many pets. Being in the midst of harvest and the different seasons of farming, I got to watch my girls flourish and grow just like the pink treated wheat seed grows into blankets of golden wheat fields. As the hustle of harvest transfers into fall seeding, I discovered a new passion, my delight in crisp early mornings binoculars around my neck and rifle on my back. I feel incredibly blessed to have had the opportunities to go hunting and fishing and enjoy sharing the experience with others.
Eventually, my love for connecting with people attracted me to the real estate industry. At Corder and Associates, I aspire to help people find a property or home that brings them closer to Montana’s natural splendor. Furthermore, I realize the dying breed of the American farmer and rancher and would like nothing more than to help an ambitious farmer find his piece of Montana dirt to stake his claim and join the force of feeding the world.
I spent four years studying the importance of communication and listening and seek perfection in any endeavor. I am eager for the opportunity to meet you and assist you in finding property that feeds your soul.
“It is not so much for its beauty that the forest makes a claim upon men’s hearts, as for that subtle something, that quality of air that emanation from old trees, that so wonderfully changes and renews a weary spirit.” – Robert Louis Stevenson
- Listing StatusAvailableNestled up on the bench that overlooks the community of Highwood, this 20 acre ranch epitomizes the ideal peacefulness that people often only dream about. A 4,984 square foot home faces the Highwood Mountains offering panoramic views of the foothills below climbing toward the snow — Read more