Savannah was born and raised in Poquoson, Virginia and currently lives in Yorktown. She has two lovely children, Joe and Yvette. Joe is a developer, property manager and real estate agent in Washington D.C. Yvette is an interior decorator who also owns an antique shop in Leesburg, and in her spare time flips property in D.C. – a joint venture with her brother.
As a young woman, Savannah was elected to the Poquoson City Council and served two terms. She also worked with Marion Hornsby Bowditch to establish the first working waterman museum in Yorktown, which is still open today. Savannah has been a lifelong member of Trinity United Methodist Church in Poquoson, serving in many different areas, including singing in the choir and actively participating in hunger relief efforts throughout the Peninsula. Savannah also enjoyed a rewarding 25 year career with ECPI University.
With her children as inspiration, Savannah recently secured her real estate license and is ready to embark on her next venture! Her family, for generations, were waterman in the area and she was taught to never to give up. “When the times get tough, the tough get going" was a saying she often heard as a child. Whether buying or selling, let Savannah sail you securely through the process while showing you our lovely area and sharing with you its history.
To always give a 100% in anything I undrertake
ElGeorginas , Virginia Beach, Virginia
Years in real estate
Joe and Yvette (my children)
From God, family and books
Favorite outdoor activity
Salt Water Fishing, however love all outdoor spectator sports