Toni is a graduate of Lubbock Christian University where she majored in Organizational Communications and was on the Lady Chaparral’s Golf Team for 2 years. She also attended and played golf for the Lady Falcons Golf Team at Daytona Beach Community College in Florida. She attended Texas Tech University for a short time, where she became a diehard Tech Fan. Toni is a longtime resident of the Sweetwater area, born and raised in Colorado City a hop skip and jump down the road off I-20. She practiced property management for 3 years in the Midland and Dallas areas, before getting her real estate license. She was a realtor in Sweetwater for a few years before getting her broker’s license and decided to venture a few years later to open, Hunter Ranch & Realty.
Naming the brokerage after her daughter Hunter, when asked what she will tell her other children someday if they decide to have more, she simply said: “Well, they will all be little hunters”! She is very experienced and seasoned in the real estate market. She has been in the real estate field for over a decade and dedicated to training her agents to be knowledgeable, efficient and well sculpted for the position.
Wesley is a loving husband and incredible father. He is very motivated, hardworking and extremely personable with a never met a stranger temperament. Wesley is a Midland native but has roots in Sweetwater. His grandfather, Audrey Gill, was born and raised in Sweetwater and graduated from Sweetwater High School where he was presented with an award from Sammy Baugh for his successes in football. Wesley has a Bachelors’ degree in Marketing from Texas Tech University and received his real estate license over 10 years ago, so he is not new to the game.
Wesley is a scratch golfer, an avid fisherman and enjoys pretty much anything outdoors. He practiced real estate for a short time after college but was soon offered a position in sales where he built himself up the ladder to an upper management position. After moving to Sweetwater to get closer to family, he worked as a contract pumper for several years. With the recent drop in oil field prices and production he has decided to come back to real estate where his experience in sales and customer service will excel.