Experience.

Realtor Meredith Tomlinson and Assistant, Kaleigh Gillum

Realtor Meredith Tomlinson and Assistant, Kaleigh Gillum

 
 

Meredith is a Chillicothe native and

2001 graduate of Chillicothe High School.  In 2005 she graduated from Ohio University with a Bachelor of Science. Upon graduation she received a management position for a national retailer in Cincinnati, Ohio and soon after was asked to open a brand a new store in Ft. Mitchell, KY.  But, it didn't take long for her to make her way back ‘home’ when she married her husband, Andy, in 2006.  She continued in management with a daily commute to Columbus, but soon decided she wanted to make a career change in order to stay closer to home and begin to raising a family.

 

In 2006 Meredith became a licensed agent and in 2007 joined forces with her mother-in-law, a 25 year real estate veteran.   This was an amazing opportunity for her to learn the industry first hand from someone with much experience and success.  In 2012, Team Tomlinson joined forces as owners of Coldwell Banker Realty Champions.  After nearly 7 years as a team, Meredith decided it was time to branch out and develop her own identity as a local real estate professional.  

 

Since becoming a single agent, Meredith has grown her business exponentially each year while consistently ranking among the top local Realtors.  In 2016, she took a huge leap of faith and hired an assistant, Kaleigh Gillum.  Business didn't slow down and soon Kaleigh became a licensed agent as well. Together, they have achieved great success in a short amount of time.  Their skills compliment one another very well, enabling them to provide outstanding service to each and every client.

 

Meredith and her husband, Andy, reside in downtown Chillicothe with their two daughters, Grace and Maeve. They truly enjoy being active and volunteering their time in the community. She is a founding board member and president of the Mighty Children’s Museum, a sustaining member of Junior Civic League and past Gala chair, past chair for The United Way campaign and has served on the boards for Big Brothers Big Sisters and Adena Mansion and Gardens.