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Maxson joins sales team at Stephens Real Estate


with her husband, Ben, and their five children, whom she homeschools. Established in 1979, Stephens Real Estate provides residential and commercial real estate services throughout central and western Upper Michigan as well as northeastern Wisconsin.


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JESSICA MAXSON IRON?MOUNTAIN?–Stephens Real Estate of Iron Mountain has announced the addition of Jessica Maxson to its full-time sales team (function() { var ARTICLE_URL = window.location.href; var CONTENT_ID = '622224'; document.write(''+'\x3C/scr'+'ipt>');})();A lifelong resident of the area, Maxson graduated from Bellin College of Nursing in 2004 and had a career as a licensed registered nurse. “Despite being new to the real estate profession, what I lack in experience I make up for in enthusiasm and dedication,” Maxson said of being part of Stephens Real Estate. Maddy Tousignant and Sally Blom, brokers and co-owners of Stephens Real Estate, said they look forward to Maxson working with new clients “We know that you will be excited once you meet her,” they said“Her professionalism and bubbly personality are unmatchedWe are very fortunate to have Jessica join our team because she will add to our philosophy of customer service and satisfaction.” Maxson is a member of the Upper Peninsula Association of Realtors, the Michigan Association of Realtors, and the National Association of Realtors. In her spare time, Maxson volunteers throughout the community and is a beekeeperShe resides in Aurora, Wis., with her husband, Ben, and their five children, whom she homeschools. Established in 1979, Stephens Real Estate provides residential and commercial real estate services throughout central and western Upper Michigan as well as northeastern Wisconsin. try { _402_Show(); } catch(e) {} COMMENTS Business IM-K credit union to have annual meeting KINGSFORD?— The Iron Mountain-Kingsford Community Federal Credit Union will have its 70th annual membership ... Retirees saluted at Dickinson Healthcare Food safety manager class offered by health department KINGSFORD?—The Dickinson-Iron District Health Department still has openings for its Food Safety Manager ... Extension to have webinar series on field crop production LANSING — The Michigan State University Extension will offer a series of six live webinar presentations online ... Photographer Falls tapped for Education Award VA Medical Center retirements After 39 years as a registered dietician, Nancy Whitens of Hermansville retired Jan3 from the Oscar GJohnson ...

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