Residential Real Estate Agents
Office: 423-756-2400 x114
Graham Walker Burns is a graduate of Girls Preparatory School, Chattanooga, Tennessee, and University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, North Carolina. At UNC Graham was President of the Women’s Honor Council and named “Outstanding Senior Woman”. She joined Herman Walldorf & Co. in 1994. Graham is a Certified Residential Specialist, and a graduate of the Realtor Institute of the National Association of Realtors. Graham specializes in residential sales in the greater Chattanooga area. She has served on the boards of the Chattanooga Association of Realtors, Chattanooga Nature Center, Scenic Land School, and Junior League of Chattanooga. In addition, she has served on the Endorsing & Ranking Committees of the Southern Tennis Association and the Tennessee Tennis Association. Graham and her late husband, Arthur Lee (Bud) Burns, Jr., have seven children: Carol Kutchins, Lee, Jim, Graham, Lucy Rose, Edy Gervin, and May Burns. Graham has eleven grandchildren.
Mary Ann Rennick
Office: 423-756-2400 x115
Mary Ann Rennick has been a sales associate for over 40 years and has been with Herman Walldorf & Co. since 1984. She is a graduate of Harcum Junior College in Bryn Mawr, PA. She worked as a legal secretary for a number of years and also as secretary to the President of a large engineering firm in Philadelphia, PA. She resides on Lookout Mountain; is licensed in both Tennessee and Georgia; served on the board of a large condominium complex for a number of years; has been involved in the development and sale of condominiums for over 20 years. She presently specializes in residential and condominium sales.
Bill was raised here in the Chattanooga area on top of Signal Mt. He is a graduate of Red Bank High School class of 85. He was a member of the first Red Bank High School Soccer Team and participated in the JROTC program. He attended and graduated from North Georgia College where he received a BA degree in History and a commission in the United States Army as a 2nd Lt. While in college, he became a member of the PI Kappa PHI fraternity and a member of AUSA. He entered the Army at Ft Knox, KY September of 89 and attended the Armor Officer Basic Course. In the spring of 1990 He was assigned to the 1st CAV DIV at Ft. Hood TX. From there, he deployed with the 1st CAV DIV to Saudi Arabia and subsequently participated in combat operations to oust the Iraqi Army from Kuwait. After redeployment back to the States, he held numerous leadership and staff positions in the Army culminating as a Captain with the 1/11th ACR in Ft Irwin CA assigned as the S1 for the Army’s elite Opposition Force at the National Training Center where he voluntarily resigned his commission to start a new civilian career.
In January of 1997 he made the transition to manufacturing management with the Georgia Pacific Corporation in their packaging division. He worked in manufacturing management for 15 years with two other 500 fortune companies, Johnson Controls Incorporated and Amstrong World Industries. In the summer of 2010, he attended TREES in Chattanooga and took the State and National Real Estate exam. He joined Herman Walldorf & Company in mid August 2010. Bill looks forward to a rewarding career in real estate with Herman Walldorf & Co by helping and serving people looking to buy or sell realty in the area where he grew up and love; Chattanooga, Tennessee.
Bill resides on Signal Mt with his daughter Sarah. They enjoy spending quality family time together and doing lots of outdoor activities that the surrounding Chattanooga area has to offer.
Office: 423-756-2400 x107
Having lived in Chattanooga all his life, Charlie knows Chattanooga and its people! He graduated from the relatively new -at- the- time Normal Park School in North Chattanooga (now a premier magnet school), then Baylor School, and Tulane University in New Orleans. He has always had a rich sense of history and place and love of the South, which probably emanates from being so aware of the Civil War history in and around Chattanooga that he was raised with as well as in my New Orleans days. That is a city that before and after Katrina will always be in his heart for its grace, charm and welcoming party attitude.
Charlie’s father, the founder of the Herman Walldorf & Co., Inc. met and married Florence Holzer from New Orleans in the late 1920’s. Flora Harkey, his wife, is also a native of New Orleanian and Chattanooga transplant. They have four children and 10 grandchildren. Son Will Walldorf is a professor at Wake Forest University. Daughter Polly Walldorf Tran is a commercial designer and mother of 2 sons in Boston. Sara Walldorf McNabb is a mother of 3 in Roswell, Georgia (a Realtor with the company prior to her marriage). Nathan Walldorf, a founder of Young Life in Guatemala, is a third generation Realtor with the firm beginning in 2005. His wife Eda has just entered the real estate business part of his support team. Nathan has 2 sons. Nathan and Charlie are the father-son team approach who combine youth and experience.
Accomplishments include being named Realtor of the Year, President of Chattanooga Association of Realtors, director of Tennessee Association of Realtors, past Deacon and Elder of Lookout Mtn Presbyterian Church, Goodwill/Tulane Alum/Baylor Alum/Salvation Army/Houston Museum/a founding member of the Bessie Smith Jazz Festival and Lookout Protection Association present or past director positions. He holds the Graduate, Realtors Institute and Certified Residential Realtor designations. Walldorf has been recognized nationally for production by Relo, Leading Real Estate Companies of the World’s production and service to the luxury market network.
Charlie and his brother, Rudy, own Herman Walldorf Company, the firm their father began in 1926. They are proud of the rich heritage, integrity and commitment their family has brought to Chattanooga real estate and proud of the level of service their salespeople offer. Herman Walldorf & Co. is the oldest real estate family name in Chattanooga, yet prides itself on being up-to-date, and relatant – seeing the needs of buyers and sellers alike so well.
Charlie enjoys traveling, entertaining, Dixieland jazz, water sports, gardening, swimming, snow skiing, fishing, hiking, city biking, playing with grand children and anything out of doors.
Office: 423-756-2400 x140
Nathan Walldorf grew up the son of a realtor and the grandson of the founder of Herman Walldorf & Co. He has been around real estate his whole life. Nathan graduated from Baylor High School in Chattanooga, TN, and went on the get his Bachelor’s degree at Denison University in Granville, OH. Since graduating from college, Nathan has worked at serving others in youth ministry and in mission work in Guatemala with Young Life. Nathan takes the same honesty, integrity, and service from being in ministry into his real estate career. When working with Nathan, the customer is first and their best interests come before his own. His goal is to work harder than any other agent to sell your home or to find the home you are looking for. Nathan currently attends Lookout Mountain Presbyterian Church and lives on Lookout with his two sons and wife. Nathan presently serves on the Lookout Mountain Presbyterian Church home missions committee, on the Young Life Chattanooga committee, and on the Chattanooga Association of Realtors community outreach committee. He has won accolades such as the Accredited Buyer’s Representative designation for his extra course work in real estate, and he is working to achieve the E-Pro designation for extra training in real estate technology. Nathan specializes in land sales, residential sales, condo sales, and retreat property sales. On October 30, 2007 – Nathan has successfully completed the REALTOR e-PRO® course to become one of a select few real estate professionals to earn the prestigious certification offered through the National Association of REALTORS®.