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LORI FOUNTAIN BALES, GREENFIELD & BEHR REAL ESTATE

Lori Fountain Bales began her real estate career in the Northern Shenandoah Valley as Owner and President of Fountain Homes - building beautiful, custom homes and setting herself apart with exceptional customer service and attention to detail. During the recession, like many others in the construction industry, Fountain Bales was challenged with making the best business decisions possible. After more than a decade of building quality homes, Fountain Bales decided to go back to her roots as a Counselor and went back to school to become a Health Coach.

Having earned a masters degree in social work from Wayne State University and a health coach certification from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, Fountain Bales has assisted adolescents, adults, families and athletes in the areas of weight management, nutrition, eating disorders, stress management, life balance, and overall wellness. Lori strongly credits her focus on Health and Wellness as the key to how she was able to manage the stress of the recession on her personal life - emotionally and physically.

In 2017, Lori’s best friend, Gillian Greenfield, gave her the exciting news that she was planning to start a new Real Estate business here in Winchester. Knowing that Gillian's efforts would be wildly successful, Lori felt called back to real estate and joined the team of Greenfield & Behr Residential as a Realtor.  Lori credits this new opportunity to Gillian Greenfield and Lisa Behr and is excited to be part of this new venture that is already wildly successful. Lori’s passion has always been getting to know her clients, and helping them sort through the many decisions and choices that suit their needs.

As a current board member of the United Way of Shenandoah Valley, Lori also gets to fulfill her desire to serve the community she loves as a volunteer. She is specifically passionate about single women and the struggles they face to care for their families and make ends meet, which is why she has chose the United Way’s One Black Dress initiative as the recipient of tonight’s funds raised.