Processor / Office Manager for Newberry Office
Christina graduated from Vanguard High School in Ocala then attended Santa Fe College. Christina worked in restaurant management for 10 years before getting married and having 2 children, Charlene and Stephen.
Christina began her career in the title and real estate industry in 2009 as an assistant for a local real estate attorney, where she worked her way up to Title Processor and Office Manager.
Christina works in the Newberry office and feels her knowledge of the area helps her to better serve the realtors, buyers and sellers. Christina enjoys helping everyone to successfully navigate the process from the signing of the contract to the closing table with as little stress as possible. In her free time, Christina enjoys reading, cooking and volunteering.
Processor / Office Manager for High Springs Office
Danielle married Tim Marden in 2001 and has two children, Tyler, who is graduating from Newberry High School in 2023 and Nicole, graduating from Newberry High School in 2025. Tim is a City Commissioner in Newberry, so family ties and love of community are strong and run very deep. In her free time, Danielle enjoys spending time with family and friends, quiet time at home by the pool or a girl’s weekend trip to the beach!
Danielle walked onto the Real Estate scene in 2014 when she accepted an administrative position with Brent E. Baris, P.A., and in the past 8 years has learned so much about title processing and real estate closings.
Customer service is her strength, as well as organization and attention to detail, so it is no wonder she has thrived in this industry! Working each day with new buyers, sellers or borrowers, as well as keeping up business and friendly relationships with lenders, realtors and teammates is an enjoyable balance at the office. She loves to facilitate closings, organize the office systems and keep the well-oiled title machine running.
Ginger has close ties to this community and she considers it her TOWN! She has seen so much growth through the years. Her dad sold vehicles at Jim Douglas Chevrolet and her mother worked at a local grocery store, Kahlich’s Grocery. Growing up, she worked at a local retail store owned by her parents.
In her free time, Ginger loves watching college and professional football. She loves to go to the beach and ride around seeing new places. Her hope is to live on the river or the beach one day. For now, she will stay in the area surrounded by her daughter, son-in-law and grandson. She has family in South Carolina, whom she loves to visit.
Julie worked in banking and as the Clerk of Court in her early life. She began her career in real estate law in the late 70s. She has enjoyed working in real estate and seeing people happy as they are closing on a new home!
Julie’s immediate family all work in law enforcement and she has deep ties to this community. In her free time, she loves to spend time with her family. She is an avid reader, loves animals and wildlife, and enjoys watching sports, GO GATORS!
Natalie Lloyd grew up in Jacksonville and Orange Park Florida but was born in Gainesville. She attended Orange Park High School and earned an Associate of Arts degree after attending St. Johns River State College and UCF.
Family and business opportunities brought her to Newberry in 2005, where she bought her first home and in 2007, bought a gifting business that she ran successfully for 14 years. According to Natalie, “After growing up around the city of Jacksonville, I really appreciate a small, tightly knit community like ours.”
Natalie and her husband Jarod live in High Springs and have two children Anniston, age 16 and Christian, age 12. Natalie enjoys spending time with her family and traveling. She also enjoys photography, a vocation she acquired by managing a portrait studio throughout high school and college.
“Throughout my career I have enjoyed helping people celebrate special moments and there is no bigger milestone than buying a home. I know how gratifying that is, and I am grateful to help others experience the pride and excitement of home ownership.”