Meet Susan Barron





I traveled the globe with Pan American World Airways for many years, but when it came to settling down, Vermont said "home" to me. Being a member of my little community and making a contribution has enriched my life. I have served in the following capacities: Hospice volunteer and Board Member, American Cancer Society volunteer and six-year member of its New England Division Board of Directors, Chair of the Board of the Vermont Folklife Center, Development Director for my town's Community Center and fund raising consultant to the Rochester Public Library.  I have dedicated over three decades to the restoration of an abandoned Greek Revival church in New Haven Mills.  My background in dealing with people, marketing, architectural studies and my passion for historic preservation has given me a solid basis for listening to my clients and understanding their needs. My interests include gardening, piano, hiking, snowshoeing, cooking and yoga. Let me share my enthusiasm for life in Vermont with you!

Susan is recognized as an Accredited Home-Staging Specialist and is awarded the AHS Designation.

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Contact Susan via email with any questions you might have at Susan@BrooksBarron.com or call her at (802) 767-3231.

SHARING AND GIVING

 

Living in Vermont means being a part of your community. The people of Vermont's small towns give generously, often in small ways. I am always delighted when I have done a favor for someone, that I often am thanked with a loaf of freshly-baked bread or a plate of cookies. We frequently take a dozen free-range, organic eggs from our Buff Orpington chickens to our hosts at a dinner party. Better than a bottle of wine! It is an unwritten Vermont rule that the basket or pan a gift came in should not be returned empty.

I have found great fulfillment in volunteering. I have served as Vice President for Development for Pierce Hall Community Center here in Rochester. This 1916 building will serve as a theater for the entire White River Valley, and have centers for seniors and teens as well as a fitness center and meeting rooms.

I also have been involved in the restoration of a small, abandoned church that was built in 1851 — the Union Church of New Haven Mills. Preserving Vermont's architectural treasures is important to the beauty of the state and I am proud to be able to contribute. The Preservation Trust of Vermont has guided us along the way.

Having lost my first husband to cancer, and as a cancer survivor myself, I have a passion for eliminating this dreaded disease. I have volunteered for the American Cancer Society for many years, serving in several capacities... as a board member of the Northeast Division, as a Relay for Life team captain, fund raiser for the Burlington, Vermont and the Boston Hope Lodges, and selling flowers for Daffodil Days. The hope, bravery and caring of my fellow volunteers has been enormously inspiring.

For many years I was a volunteer for my local Hospice, and served on the board as treasurer. I was director of the Annual Addison County Hospice Arts Auction, which brings in nearly half of their operating budget.

Because Vermont is so small, I have met many of the people who are involved in charitable activities around the state. These community connections have helped develop the trust we value in our real estate practice.

—Susan

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