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Gremillion joins local RE/MAX Realty as agent

NATCHEZ — RE/MAX Elite Realty recently announced that Mary Ellen Gremillion has joined the agency.

Gremillion has more than nine years of real estate experience.

Working in diverse markets from south Texas to Baton Rouge, Gremillion is eager to assist her clients in the Miss-Lou.

“Mary Ellen will be an asset to our office,” broker Patti Sanders said. “Her knowledge and experience should be a great complement to our services.”

Gremillion resides on Lake Concordia with her husband, Jean Maurice Gremillion. She has two children and a grandson. She enjoys working and spending time with her family.

“I am a customer-driven Realtor, dedicated to achieving results and providing exceptional customer service. If you are in the market to buy or sell, I will put my years of real estate expertise to work for you.”

Gremillion is licensed in Louisiana and Mississippi. Contact her on her cell 601-493-3359 or 601-445-5555 at the office. RE/MAX Elite Realty is located at 119-A Jeff Davis Blvd. in Natchez.

 

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