Kirstie Ennis is happy to call the Glenwood Springs, Colorado area home. Here, not only does Kirstie finally feel settled–she is thrilled to help others call it “home” as well. Kirstie’s background in military and educational endeavors has instilled a strong ethic of “service first” in her professional career of real estate.
Kirstie served as a door gunner and helicopter mechanic in the US Marine Corps. When her aircraft went down in Afghanistan in 2012, she was critically injured. After recovery, Kirstie became dedicated to exceeding expectations. She is finishing a Doctorate in Education to accompany her MBA. She is also the Founder and President of The Kirstie Ennis Foundation. Call on Kirstie and see her drive in life and career kick in to obtain your goals. Kirstie’s motivation to help others own their own homes even if faced with adversity, makes her an excellent addition to the Engel and Volkers team.
When asked why she chose a career in real estate, Cathie Ennis says with a smile, “Simply put, I like a good challenge!” Her warm personality combined with her knowledge and skills allow her to build relationships with her clients while helping them to make the best possible deal. Her enthusiasm, integrity and thoroughness will certainly be appreciated throughout the transaction process.
Due to a great deal of personal experience, Cathie knows all too well the intricacies of buying, selling, renting and relocating. She, her husband (Geoff), and their oldest daughter (Kirstie) are all veterans of the Unites States Marine Corps. Because of their commitment to the military and adventurous nature, she and her family have lived in several states over the past 30 years. Though she has enjoyed the unique surroundings and culture of each area they have lived, she is thrilled to be settled here in the Roaring Fork Valley.
Since moving to the area, Cathie has been determined to get involved and to give back to the community that has so warmly welcomed her and her family. She has become a volunteer and advocate for many organizations to include the Veterans’ Resource Center, Roaring Fork Outdoor Volunteers and the Forest Conservancy.
*Building Homes for Heroes supports those injured while serving in Iraq or Afghanistan.