McGrath relocated to Alaska from California some years ago with husband, Patrick, to start and raise a family, live off the land, and take advantage of the benefits of the small town environment and neighborhood camaraderie synonymous with Petersburg and Alaskan residents. An active member of the Petersburg Elks Lodge and Sons of Norway, McGrath is also involved in many other community organizations including helping to build and volunteering at the local community garden, tutoring elementary through high school age kids, and has also coached “Girls on the Run”.
A 1999 PHS graduate, she went off to school in Idaho and then Washington where she earned a degree in Human Services. After graduating from Skagit Valley Community College she moved to Juneau until 2014 when a job opportunity opened the door for her, along with husband Erik and their two kids, to move back to her hometown. Lindsi brings to Anchor Properties, a lifetime of knowledge about Petersburg and surrounding area as well experience boating to and from remote properties.
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She is a real Alaska Pioneer, building a rock house with Petr in a roadless area near Petersburg. After homeschooling her daughter for first and second grade, she returned briefly to school to finish her Biology degree and obtain her teaching credential from UAS in Juneau. While teaching Math and Culinary Arts for Petersburg High School, she started a vacation rental business called the Lucky Loon LLC. Louise is now retired from teaching after 14 years at Petersburg High School, running her rental, spinning and knitting yarn, and working part time in the elementary school. She is excited to start a new adventure assisting clients in the purchase and sale of homes and properties in Petersburg.
Terri has been self-employed for over 28 years and has over 25 years in construction experience. Most of her experience was working with her husband on land development and she was DEC Certified for designing and installing septic systems. Terri excelled in job costing and estimating. She also started a retail store in 2002 and retired from that profession in 2017.
Terri decided to get her real estate license back and put all her energy full time, into helping both buyers and sellers with all their real estate needs.