Robyn Erlenbush, Broker/Owner of ERA Landmark Real Estate is pleased to announce that sales associate Betty Stroock has joined our Bozeman office.
Whether you’re new to Montana or a life-long Bozeman resident, Betty will help make your real estate experience a pleasure. Her deep roots in the community and her love for the area’s outdoor adventures shine through in every transaction. From a lifetime of experience in the land business, Betty knows that real estate is far more about developing a relationship with her clients than about sales. She will be your trusted professional every step of the way.
Betty is all about excellence — she’s proven it in every aspect of her career, as an environmental geology research scientist, a natural resource policy advocate and as a world-class nordic ski racer. She is a graduate of Dartmouth College and did her Ph.D. research at Cambridge University in England, mapping in the Pyrenees mountains of Spain. (Her fluent Spanish will gladly come out if you ask!) Her efforts have helped save the Yellowstone River and Yellowstone Park from toxic gold mine tailings, and vulnerable communities from harmful nuclear waste storage practices. Betty also happens to be the first woman ever to earn the title of US National Biathlon Champion and the only skier ever to win national championship medals twenty years apart (at ages 25, 26 and again at age 45).
When not busy keeping up with real estate trends and working with her clients, Betty enjoys Montana’s active lifestyle, hiking, running, cycling, rafting and camping, as well as alpine and cross-country skiing with her two adoptive daughters, both born in Guatemala.
Betty can be reached at (406)580-7312 or firstname.lastname@example.org