Nov 23, 2021

A William Means Thanskgiving

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The William Means family has so much to celebrate this Thanksgiving. From our wonderful families, friends and clients to the privilege of calling the #1 City in the U.S. our home, William Means will also end the year all moved into a brand-new Headquarters office and with our highest sales total in company history. We are extremely thankful for our amazing agents, hard-working employees and of course our wonderful clients who have made it all possible. We hope your Thanksgiving is filled with great food and even better company. Happy Thanksgiving from all of us at William Means!

“What a year this has been with so many positive changes! First off, I am most grateful for my healthy family. Secondly, I am thankful for another successful year with all the hard-working William Means agents, and to have recently become the company’s new President and Broker-In-Charge. We now have a new exceptionally well-designed and welcoming office in one of Charleston’s most desirable locations in I’On. We also have a beautiful new office opening on Broad Street. We have great new agents, great seasoned agents, and great supporting staff helping us day after day. Bright days lie ahead for William Means, and I aspire to lead it with the integrity, vision, and success this company has been recognized for since 1933.”

Lyles Geer

“After the ups and downs we have all experienced since last year, I am continually thankful for the time spent with my two granddaughters and my 94-year-old-mother. I am truly blessed to have such a wonderful family.”

Helen Geer

“I am thankful for my family, health, job and SO much more!”

Brian Walsh

“I am so grateful for the health and happiness of my family and for the amazing travel adventures we were able to experience together (finally) this year.  I am also so very thankful for the wonderful friends and clients who have allowed me to help them with their real estate needs or have referred me to their friends and family. And I feel so incredibly lucky to be part of an amazing community where I live, work and play.”

Michelle McQuillan

“Since the pandemic, I have become even more thankful for my good health and that of my family. Speaking of family, I have one who makes me not only grateful, but constantly proud. My grandchildren bring me more joy than I ever imagined possible. I’m blessed with an abundance of friends, both old and new. I’m always humbled and grateful for the clients who seek my assistance with such a major investment. For all these things I am truly thankful.”

Paula Yorke

“I am thankful for my wife, children and family. I am thankful for my friends and neighbors. I’m happy to live and work and play in the best city in America.”

Alex Brener

“I am truly blessed to be able to share Thanksgiving with both of my children and their spouses as well as my husband and his family this year. Wishing everyone a blessed Thanksgiving and please consider helping those families who are in need by contributing to the Lowcountry Food Bank.”

Helen Butler

“I’m thankful for good health and to have close friends, family and my sweet pup in my life.”

Sarah Vinyard

“I am so thankful for my faith, family, our good health and the fabulous city we all call home. I am thankful everyday for our warm climate, tennis, the beach, boating and simply our ability to enjoy the outdoors. I am thankful that I enjoy my job and have had an opportunity to help so many buyers and sellers in 2021.”

Jane Dowd

“This year, I am thankful to live close to my nieces and nephew, great friends and experience this wonderful city every day.”

Anne Merrill Crawford

“I am grateful for a year of health and happiness with my family and friends. I am also thankful for joining William Means Real Estate this year. The team is wonderful, and I am excited for the many years of success to come!”

Kaelin Hall

“I am thankful for my healthy, happy, loving family and for the many friendships we have developed over the years. I am also very grateful to live in the beautiful city of Charleston and look forward to many more Thanksgiving celebrations here.”

Sandra Di Salvo

“I am thankful to be celebrating Thanksgiving with my 86-year-old Mom and her 90-year-old cousin! We are thankful to enjoy them and what they have provided for their families as well as enjoy all of our cousins and a scrumptious Thanksgiving meal!”

Ann Daughtridge

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