Craig Dow and Jaime Dillon have spent most of their careers saving lives, literally. With Craig a retired firefighter and Jaime a labor and delivery nurse, they know the importance of making sure people fully understand every available option in order to make the most educated final decision. With experience in high stress environments, Jaime and Craig have mastered the art of staying calm while still being resourceful. They will always give honest, straightforward answers. After all, if you can trust them with your life, you can trust them with your home.
Since meeting in the mid 1990’s while training to become EMT’s, Craig and Jaime have remained friends for over 20 years. As longtime Marin residents with kids in local schools and active community involvement, their lives often overlap. With a passion for helping people any way they can, adding real estate to their long list of parallels was no surprise.
Jaime and Craig bring an immense amount of patience, empathy and understanding to the real estate process. Both pride themselves on their ability to listen, ask questions and prioritize the needs of their clients. After working stressful, high intensity jobs, Craig and Jaime effortlessly provide a voice of reason during the real estate decision process. They agree that buying or selling a home can be overwhelming and tedious, but they work together to bring clarity and ease to any situation.
Jaime has been in the Bay Area since she was a baby. Her local knowledge spans from San Francisco to Marin, where she lives and has raised her 4 children in San Anselmo. Jaime attended Marin schools from elementary thru high school, where 2 of her 4 children are currently enrolled! She has worked at Marin General Hospital for over 18 years as a Labor & Delivery nurse and is an active volunteer in the Ross Valley community.
Craig moved from New Jersey to California in 1984 and purchased his first home four years later in San Anselmo. He holds an AS degree in applied science, with a specialty in aircraft maintenance. After working for United Airlines in their Maintenance Operations Center, Craig became a firefighter with the Ross Valley Fire Department, where he held the position of fire captain/paramedic until his retirement.
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