Baker City Realty Broker, Ann Mehaffy, was awarded Baker County “Legacy Woman of the Year,” at last weekend’s Baker County Chamber Banquet. Known for her involvement in everything Baker County, Ann’s recent recognition is well deserved. As past coordinator of Historic Baker City, a member of the Crossroads Carnegie Art Center Board or Directors, and an active member in the Ford Family Foundation,(just to name a few) Ann has a full portfolio of serving Baker.
It is this knowledge, expertise, and charismatic attitude that make Ann a wonderful person to talk with about buying or selling a home in the Baker Valley! We are proud to have such a passionate community member as a Baker City Realty broker. Congratulations, Ann!
News release: Baker City Realty hires outdoor recreationist and MBA as its latest Realtor
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Andrew Bryan, 208-484-5835
Aaron Harrell, 541-519-2738
Baker City Realty has hired an outdoor sports enthusiast and MBA as a Realtor, bringing the company’s total number of agents to five.
Aaron Harrell, a Seattle native who has lived in Baker since 2005, is an avid runner, mountain biker, hiker and skier. He lives in Baker with his wife and two children ages 3 and 5.
“Aaron’s enthusiasm for outdoor recreation is a huge plus for our agency, because many people wish to relocate to Baker because of its outdoor opportunities,” said Andrew Bryan, owner of Baker City Realty. “He’s worked in diverse fields and holds and MBA, giving our firm insights to assist our commercial customers as well.”
Harrell served in the U.S. Navy as a Chinese linguist and has worked in the information technology, academic advising, renewable energy, fitness and other industries. He holds a degree in English from the University of Washington and an MBA from Eastern Oregon University. He is involved in Young Life and the St. Luke’s Patient Advisory Council.