Friday, March 4, 2016

The Zimmerman Family!

John and Nicole Zimmerman moved to Fort Worth from Fayetteville, Arkansas in 1992. They are both proud graduates of the University of Arkansas. John earned his degree in Finance and Real Estate. He is the Executive Vice-President of Briggs Freeman Sothe­by’s International Realty. Nicole graduated with a degree in Journalism. She is a community volunteer and is currently serving on the Community Advisory Board of Origin Bank. They are involved in numerous charitable organizations including the March of Dimes and Buckets and Boots. John is the co-chairman of the upcoming All Saints Alumni Golf Tournament. John and Nicole have two children, Sarah Katherine and Jack. Sarah is a senior at Arlington Heights High School and will be attending the University of Arkansas in the fall. Jack is a sopho­more at All Saints Episcopal School and plays football and golf. The Zimmermans enjoy traveling and spending time with family and friends.

Friday, February 26, 2016

The Crumley Family!

The Crumleys are a Fort Worth family with local roots begin­ning in the late 1800s. Malinda and Dennis lead this pack with two sons, Allen and Winfield. Allen, a broker associate at Williams Trew, Fort Worth’s leading real estate brokerage firm, absolutely loves what he does. His wife, Natalie, relishes adventures every day with their 2-year old daughter. They are having the best time watching her grow. Winfield is a Project Manager at Muckelroy & Falls, a full-service commercial construction company. He is able to do what has come naturally since childhood, construction and making sure things get done the right way. His wife, Grace, is Trinity Valley School’s newest first grade teacher and couldn’t be happier with her job. Their two sons, 4 and 2, keep them on their toes with all things boy.
Malinda and Dennis stay very busy, too. Malinda enjoys her 46+ year career in real estate, now at Williams Trew. She is committed to volunteer work with many of Fort Worth’s important causes and charities. She also sings in the choir at her church, and takes care of animals and grandchildren with a passion. After running his restau­rant, The Galleries Barbecue, for 40 years, Dennis took off his apron to retire and enjoy the good life. Shortly thereafter, he took a position at The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth and takes every chance he can get to spend time with family and tend to their family ranch.