Jenny Gamble is a Dallas native and a third generation Realtor. She grew up in Preston Hollow and is a graduate of Ursuline Academy. She received a Bachelor's degree in Elementary Education from Texas Tech University. After graduating from college, she taught Kindergarten at University Park Elementary & Good Shepherd Episcopal School. In 2004, Jenny became a licensed Realtor and joined the family business at Russell Trenary, Realtors.
As a full time real estate professional, Jenny prides herself on excellent customer service. Her attention to detail and knowledge of the Dallas market make her an asset to both buyers and sellers. Jenny takes the time to listen and understand the unique needs of each client and works diligently to help achieve their goals. Personal integrity, high standards of excellence and award winning service have helped Jenny develop lifelong client relationships and a thriving, referral-based business.
In addition to holding Accredited Buyers Representative and Seller Representative Specialist designations from the National Association of Realtors, Jenny is a multi-year winner of the Five STAR Service Award and has been featured in Texas Monthly for outstanding service and customer satisfaction. She is a member of the Real Estate Negotiation Institute and a Certified Negotiation Expert. Jenny is also a member of the Institute for Luxury Home Marketing and holds the Certified Luxury Home Marketing Specialist Designation and Million Dollar GUILD.
NOTE: All associates are members of MetroTex Association of Realtors, the Texas Association of Realtors, and the National Association of Realtors.
Betsy is a native of East Dallas, grew up in Lake Highlands, and attended Lake Highlands High School. After earning her hotel/restaurant management degree from the University of North Texas, Betsy enjoyed a successful career with Marriot Hotels. In 2007, Betsy earned her Texas real estate salesperson's license. Her experience in the hospitality industry now complements her work in residential sales. Betsy serves every client with the highest levels of attention to detail and customer care. Additionally, Betsy is on the Board of Directors of the White Rock Lake Foundation and is a past board member of the Resource Center of Dallas. Betsy offers a global and local perspective of real estate and has lived in diverse parts of the United States, including New York City, Chicago and Washington DC. In 2000, she returned home to Dallas and resides in Old Lake Highlands near White Rock Lake. Driven by the satisfaction of making housing and lifestyle dreams a reality, Betsy is a valued member of Russell Trenary, Realtors.
Although she wasn't born in Texas, Mary considers herself a Texan. Raised in Dallas, she attended Ursuline Academy, which is where she met Jenny and her father Rusty. After graduating from high school, Mary went to Texas A&M, where she earned a Bachelor's degree in Education in 1998. She taught in Richardson ISD for 8 years. Mrs. Green became very interested in real estate with the purchase of her first home. When she was pregnant with her second child, Mary completed the coursework and became licensed as a Realtor. She was thrilled to join Russell Trenary, Realtors in 2006. Mary believes it is important to invest in client relationships so she can truly understand their wants and needs. She prides herself on providing excellent customer service, not only to her clients but also to all those she comes in contact with. Mary enjoys working with people, and she finds personal satisfaction from helping her clients find that perfect house or by helping them sell a house so they can move on to something else. When she is not working, Mary enjoys volunteering at school, hanging out with friends, and spending time with her husband and three sons.
Lindsay Thomas grew up in Dallas and graduated from Ursuline Academy of Dallas. She then received a BBA in Public Relations from Texas Tech University. After college Lindsay moved back to Dallas and spent the next decade working for D Magazine. While working at D Magazine, Lindsay spent countless hours driving from sales call to sales call, all the while scoping out every Dallas neighborhood (and beyond!). She also helped create and execute marketing campaigns for Fortune 500 companies as business development director for D Magazine's custom content agency. In 2012 Lindsay joined Russell Trenary, Realtors in order to combine her passions for real estate and Dallas with her many years of sales and marketing experience. She also uses her real estate skills to assist clients for her family home building business, Thomas Development and Construction. Lindsay and her husband Matthew build and remodel homes all over the Dallas area. When she's not focusing on real estate or building homes, Lindsay enjoys cooking, traveling, doing triathlons, and spending time with her husband and daughter.
Russell ("Rusty") Trenary grew up in Dallas, Texas, where he graduated from St. Mark's School of Texas in 1966. He then attended Vanderbilt University, receiving a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering in 1970. After working as a engineer for several years, he completed a Master's in Business Administration from Pepperdine University in 1977, after which he shifted his career to focus more on real estate and development. Rusty obtained his Texas Real Estate Saleperson's License in 1973 and his Texas Real Estate Broker's License in 1980. Trenary and Associates, Inc (doing business as Russell Trenary, Realtors) was formed in 1988 with the purpose of providing consulting and real estate services for development, sales and leasing, property management, and owner construction representation for residential and commercial properties. He has enjoyed the process of running this small family business, which has included his daughter (Jenny Trenary Gamble) and his mother (Ann Trenary, who has since retired).
Mr. Trenary has served as a DCAD Appraisal Review Board member, Advisory Board Member to the Trinity River Authority's Denton Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant, consultant to Lake Turner Municipal Utility District #1, and Chairman of Construction and Operations Committee of Farmer's Branch Chamber of Commerce.