Linda Gleadle

Linda and her husband Ian raised their kids, Nicole and Brian, in Woodinville.  They built their “future retirement home” on Camano in 2000 and spent many summers enjoying island life until the kids were off to college. They then made the move to Camano full time in 2010.

Linda has an undergraduate degree in Business Administration, concentration in Accounting from the University of Washington. She worked as a corporate accountant for a real estate development firm in Seattle, then for an international medical device manufacturer in Redmond, prior to stepping into the role of full time mom.   She maintained her skills working for several non-profit organizations as a volunteer treasurer & secretary and continues to manage the books for her husband’s photography business.

Not quite ready to retire with the move to Camano, she stepped back in to the real estate world with a part time job for Windermere Real Estate/CIR as a project administrator and bookkeeper in their Community Association Management division.  She loves the connections she has made through her job and with the volunteer opportunities provided through Windermere sponsored events where she became aware of the variety of programs offered by the Camano Center.  She looks forward to becoming more involved with the Center and making new community connections.