Scott McLeay
Scott McLeay
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I was born in South Florida. My parents were immigrants, and at the time were not even American citizens. We went to Washington DC when I was six years old to watch my parents be sworn in as citizens. I will never forget the patriotism demonstrated by my parents. My dad had his priorities straight. I was taught the following priorities early in life, God, family, and country. I live my father's lessons every day. We moved to Tennessee when I was 10 years old after moving all around the southeast. I have lived here ever since with the exception of a short time around college. I am the father of two of the most wonderful human beings ever, and my children have given me three grandchildren. I’ve retired from the fire service after 38 years. I have served in multiple capacities in the world of emergency services. I have been chief of maintenance of the fire department shop, firefighter, emergency medical responder and business owner of an emergency services repair facility. Currently I still serve as a part-time instructor with Tennessee state fire school. I have learned many disciplines, and the value of hard work after having served under so many great leaders. I will apply the skills of hard work, devotion and determination in helping you in your quest for your dream home or your desire to sell your existing home.

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