Jennifer graduated from Texas Christian University in 2011 with a bachelor's degree in advertising/ public relations and a minor in business. She has lived in Parker County for over 17 years on a horse ranch where her family raises and trains cutting and reined cowhorses. With her extensive knowledge of the equine world, she's naturally drawn to farm and ranch real estate, specializing in equine properties. Jennifer serves on the board of directors of the Southwest Reined Cowhorse Association, which is a non-profit organization. In September of 2012, she acquired her real estate license to join three of her passions into a business; people, horses and real estate. "I believe the key to success is service to others, help enough people get what they want and you will have everything you want."
Tony is the son of Jan Lynch. After graduating from Aledo High School in 1976, he graduated from McMurray College in Abilene, Texas.
After graduation in 1980, he went to work for the Crowley school district teaching middle school math and coaching for two years. He then attended real estate school and two years later went back to school and received his real estate broker's license. Tony sold real estate for Century 21 Lynch and while there began building homes. He received many top sales' awards while selling real estate.
Ryan attended Aledo High School and then went on graduate from the University of North Texas with a bachelor's degree in hospitality business management. He started his career in the investment side of real estate in early 2010. He joined Century 21 Lynch and Associates in September of 2011.
Ryan lives in Aledo with his wife and three children. They are members at Willow Park Baptist Church and active in Aledo youth athletics.
Ashlee was born and raised in Weatherford. She graduated from Weatherford High School and earned her Associates Degree from Weatherford College. After working in healthcare administration for 6 years, Ashlee decided to stay home a raise her daughter. A few years at home left Ashlee ready to return to work. She started as an administrative assistant at Century 21 Lynch and while working there discovered real estate was a good fit for her career because of her passion to be of service to others. She then became a licensed realtor and began her career in October 2015.
Ashlee lives in Weatherford with her husband, Ryan, and daughter Addison. They are members at Oakridge Church of Christ and Ashlee enjoys spending time with her family, reading, and playing soccer. Ashlee is also a member of the East Parker County Chamber of Commerce.
Raised in Fort Worth, I moved to Weatherford in 1993. Here I found the big city conveniences with the down home small town appeal. Parker County is growing in leaps and bounds, and being a part of it is exciting and rewarding.
To help a young couple with their first home or to be a part of finding that special dream house, are just some of the more rewarding experiences of being a Realtor. It most definitely is a privilege and responsibility to be a part of something so important in peoples' lives.
My life has truly been blessed. From my wonderful wife of over 20 years to my beautiful daughter, and loving parents half a century wed. Through those I love grows a strength within that sustains and inspires me. Life's true rewards do not come with a price tag, and sometimes just listening can make all the difference.