Roxie Cowan, Realtor ®

(979) 203-7787 cell | (979) 836-0011 office |

 roxanne.cowan@coldwellbanker.com


Roxie Cowan, a native of Medina County in South Texas has been in the workforce for fifty years.  After one year of college at North Texas State University, she began her career at USAA in San Antonio where she worked for six years while starting her family.  In 1969, she began her postal career as a clerk/carrier in the Post Office in Devine, Texas.  After 20 years she attained the position of Postmaster which she held until her retirement in 1999, a career which spanned 30 years.

Shortly after that retirement,  Roxie began her new career in Real Estate,  starting out as a hostess in a model home for a new home construction business in San Antonio.  In a few short years, she got her license and went to work for Coldwell Banker DeeAnn Harper.  While there she again was a salesperson in new home construction, working  in a new construction subdivision where Toyota was building homes.  It was at this time that the call came to move to Brenham to share responsibilities with her daughter and son-in –law, newcomers to Brenham, in helping with her granddaughter who was in the third grade at the time.

She began her Real Estate business in Brenham in 2007 with a local company and has recently moved to Coldwell Banker Properties Unlimited.  Roxie is very happy to be back at home with Coldwell Banker; and is looking forward to helping homeowners  in the Washington County area for years to come.

 

“Just wanted to express our appreciation for the professional way in which Roxie has help in our search for a home. She is an accommodating, professional and sincere. She has gone above a beyond to help us. We feel that she has our interest and concerns at the very top of her agent duties.  We arrived early for our appointment a were greeted by your staff in a very warm and welcoming manner. Great TEAM. Roger was most engaging and friendly.  So far our experience had been very positive.   You have a great team from our perspective.” – Pete & Dianne