About Debbie Turpin
Debbie Turpin fell in love with the Northern Neck more than 20 years ago after visiting her cousin, Doc Lyons, who just retired as the Sheriff of Northumberland County. In 2002, Debbie obtained her Realtors License and decide to relocate to the Northern Neck. She and her mother built a home in Mallard Bay, a great waterfront community on the Great Wicomico River, and since then, has enjoyed the relaxed lifestyle and lifelong friendships that come with being a resident of this area.
Debbie was born and raised in Radford Va. where she worked several interesting jobs before finding a career that taps into her full potential. Debbie worked as an armed security guard through the DOD at Radford Army Ammunitions Plant, Crayola and she worked as a VHDA Property Manager for Section 8 Housing. Debbie found that she really enjoyed meeting new people, listening to their life stories and trying to help them better their lives. Debbie is a very family oriented person and enjoys assisting other families in finding a place they can call "Home", and where they can have a lifetime of new memories. That is why Debbie Turpin became a Realtor!
*Virginia Realtor License in 2002
*Virginia Broker License in 2009
*Member of Northern Neck Association of Realtors
*Member of Virginia Association of Realtors
*Member of National Association of Realtors
*Consecutive Gold and Silver Award winner
"As a Realtor, I will never lose sight of what's important to my clients and have the market knowledge, experience and dedication it takes to help them make an informed and educated real estate decision. I will always be committed to providing professional service every step of the way!"
Northern Neck of Virginia
Years in real estate
Family and Faith
On my bucket list:
To go to Alaska.
Any where on a cruise ship!
Woodworking & Crafts