Kingfisher Announces Top Agents for May

provided to Santiva Chronicle

Kingfisher Real Estate announces Mary Bonurant as the Top Listing Agent and Tommy Wiley as the Top Selling Agent for May.

Bondurant was born in Tipperary, Ireland. She and her parents settled in the northeast, where she began her real estate career at the age of 18. As the owner of Dunedin Hotel in Beach Lake, Penn., Bondurant mastered her strong grasp on hospitality. She served in the U.S. Air Force and the Pennsylvania Air Guard for 10 years.

Bondurant, a 24-year resident, has an unbridled passion for community and unity. Her areas of involvement are: Chair Woman of the Sanibel/Captiva Chamber of Commerce, founder of Let’s Pink Out Sanibel Captiva, organizer of our Island Thanksgiving Celebration, ABWA past president and Woman of the Year, a member of the Board of Directors for the Sanibel Historical Museum & Village, a member of Zonta, the Power Squadron and the Island Cotillion.

Bondurant’s ability to bring people together, laser focus and decades of real estate experience continue to award her as a power player in the marketplace.

A native of Fort Myers, Fla., Wiley began his real estate career nearly 40 years ago on the islands of Sanibel and Captiva.

Possessing decades of knowledge and diversity in real estate, Wiley has been involved extensively with all aspects of appraisals and vacation rental investments. With residential real estate sales being his specialty, buyers and sellers alike will benefit from his vast knowledge and attention to detail.

With a passion for Southwest Florida you will find this true outdoorsman enjoying time on the water with his wife Karen and son Eric along with “scooter” rides throughout the country. Nicknamed “The Guide,” Wiley knows all the ins and outs of Southwest Florida helping families realize their dreams.

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