Jacquie Simon became a real estate broker in 2018 after a 30 year career with USDA - Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS). NRCS and Jacquie's agricultural degree taught her the best management practices to preserve and conserve the land. Now, as a real estate agent, she can use her conservation and wildlife knowledge to assist buyers to find the property that best fits their goals. Jacquie was born and raised in the flat lands of Adams County. She married her husband Bill in 1996. They live on a small family farm in Calhoun County where they raise corn, soybeans and cattle. She loves walking her silver lab (Lucy) on the farm and sharing her free time with their grandchildren. She attends church in Godfrey and lives her faith in all that she does.