Katie Dixon is New to McGraw

Katie Dixon has joined McGraw REALTORS® Memorial Office. Dixon was born and raised in Tulsa and graduated from Jenks High School. She graduated from Paul Mitchell Cosmetology in Springfield, MO and spent several years as a hair and make-up artist in Missouri until she and her family moved back to Tulsa in 2014.

Dixon received her real estate license in the Spring of 2019, and said she joined McGraw because of the “positive, energetic environment,” she felt. In her spare time, she enjoy educating women on hair styling and make up, and being a mom to her kids.

Tammy Perry is New to McGraw

Tammy Perry is a highly respected REALTOR® in the Tulsa community with a great reputation of serving her clients with top-notch service. Tammy is enthusiastic and energetic with a true passion for what she does. Tammy attended Northeastern State University & Pittsburg State University (more…)

Rachel Dudley is New to McGraw

Rachel Dudley has joined McGraw REALTORS® Rockford Office. Dudley was born and raised in Tulsa and graduated from Edison High School. She obtained a Bachelor’s in Finance from Oklahoma State University in 2014 and has spent her professional career in Oil & Gas Accounting. Dudley enjoys cooking, traveling, her three dogs, and spending time with her friends and family.

Dudley obtained her real estate license in April 2019, and said she chose McGraw because, “Being a new agent, the assistance McGraw provides when you are getting started is a big factor.”

Matthew Gray is New to McGraw

Matthew Gray has joined McGraw REALTORS® Rockford Office. Gray was born and raised in Tulsa and graduated from Thomas Edison Preparatory High School. He obtained a Bachelor’s in Finance with an Accounting and Energy Finance minor from Oklahoma State University and received his real estate license in June of 2018.

During college, Gray was a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon as well as the National Society of Leadership and Success. He has volunteered with the United Way throughout his collegiate career, serving weekly at the food bank and various charity events. Gray chose McGraw because, “I have a passion for real estate and want to learn as much as I can, and I felt McGraw was the best place for me to do that.”

History in the Re-Making: Designing Harwelden

Perched on the edge of a chimney, looking out across Riverside Drive and the Arkansas River, is a small stone gargoyle. For nearly a century he has watched as the seasons and the city change around him, secure on his ledge come what may. To most, his very existence is an oddity. When people think of Oklahoma, it’s more dust and tornados, not gargoyles and Gothic architecture.

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