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Amy Heath -  386.559.7203

Amy Heath is a lifetime native to Crescent City. She is the Owner/Broker at St. Johns Realty and Management and has over 13 years of real estate experience in Putnam County. Her knowledge of the area and it's people will surely compliment any real estate experience you may have. 

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Stehania Kennedy - 386.937.0075

Stehania Kennedy epitomizes integrity, energy, hard work, customer and creative service for every detail of your real estate transaction. She is passionate about the needs and goals of her customers. Stephania started her sales career selling shoes for a family owned shoe store in Palatka, FL when she was sixteen. Stephania immediately fell in love with sales; throughout her career she has sold everything from vacuum cleaners to decorated concrete. She feels it doesn’t matter what you are selling as long as you have the product knowledge and outstanding customer service. In 2016 Amy Heath talked Stephania into getting her real estate license and joining her at St. Johns Realty and Management; which she has loved.

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Shelli Ames - 386.559.4848

Shelli moved to Florida in 2014 from Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania. Before joining St. Johns Realty and Management, she worked as a social worker. Shelli believes in helping others. Shelli enjoys watching movies, listening to music and going to the beach. Spending time with her family is the activity she loves the most.

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Lila Mayo - 904.854.8425

Lila relocated from Amelia Island a year ago and is enjoying her new career as a sales agent with St. John’s Realty and management.  Once a restauranteur on Amelia Island, then a massage therapist for ten years.  In 2017 Lila and her husband chose to retire in Crescent City.

She absolutely loves South Putnam and wants to explore it with you and show you the natural beauty of the area. Lila is a vintage home enthusiast, and avid gardener and a founding member of the Purple Plum playhouse theatre group in Crescent City.  Her favorite people call her “Nana”!