Few know Southwest Washington Better:

Roger is a life-long resident of Southwest Washington. With over 300 closed sales in the last 113 years, Roger is very familiar with property values and market trends. He is familiar with neighborhoods, cities, rural communities, recreational facilities and the historic growth of the region. Roger is knowledgeable about local schools (K-12), Clark College, Washington State University-Vancouver and prominent industries.

Has Helped Build Livable Communities:

Through hundreds of hours of volunteer work, Roger has helped contribute to building livable communities in Southwest Washington. Some of his efforts include: St. Thomas Montessori School Board; Fort Vancouver Regional Library Forum Committee; Southwest Washington Youth Taskforce; Evergreen Schools Vocational Education Advisory Committee; Washougal Schools Foundation; Fire District #1 Commissioner; Camas/Washougal Youth Soccer Coach; Washington State Lewis & Clark Bicentennial Advisory Committee; and the establishment of a new 85-acre park on the Columbia River: “Captain William Clark Park at Cottonwood Beach.”

Customer-Centered Service:

Roger is committed to helping home buyers and sellers in achieving their goals and in completing their transactions in the best possible time-frame. He is familiar with a wide range of professionals who can assist in these efforts, including home inspection, appraisal, mortgage funding and closing. Roger uses the most up-to-date internet advertising technologies to market properties and to search for available listings.

About Roger:

In 2001, the Camas/Washougal Chamber of Commerce selected Roger as “Citizen of the Year” for his involvement in passing school bonds and levies, establishing the Washougal Schools Foundation and organizing the East County Lewis & Clark Bicentennial Committee. He is a graduate of Clark College, the University of Washington and holds an Masters in Public Administration from Portland State University. He is a former Clark College administrator where he served as the Coordinator of Admissions, Director of Student Programs and Athletic Director. While at Clark, he helped establish the Running Start program and served as a transfer advisor between Clark College and Washington State University-Vancouver and other regional universities. In 2005, Roger was selected as one of Clark College's "Outstanding Alumni." And, in 2012, Roger was selected into Clark College's "Athletic Hall of Fame." Roger’s unique background makes him a valuable resource for anyone moving to Southwest Washington.