About Doris Hopkins-Graeter
Doris Hopkins Graeter grew up in Williamson County on a working farm and ranch. She and her parents raised cattle, horses, goats, pigs and sheep, specializing in Registered Herford Bulls. They also raised hay, corn, maze and cotton. If you know anything about that life, you know she grew up working hard. She attributes her strong and honest work ethic to that life. After graduating she moved to Burnet County, married and has raised her family here. Her grandchildren are being raised in Burnet County also. Her roots run deep in Texas.
With a strong devotion to God and Family, she exhibits strong values and morals. Her previous career was in the Child Abuse field and Crisis Response for Law Enforcement. She loves people and loves to help them. Her belief is that we should all give back and make a difference, that is how she has lived her life. She has gotten many awards and honors; Volunteer of the Year, Law Enforcement of the Year, award for chairing the committee that developed the Boys and Girls Club to name a few. Something that has made a great impact on her life was aiding with the recovery of the Challenger and receiving a letter of gratitude and picture of the astronauts that lost their lives from NASA.
Doris wants to help you with all of your Real Estate needs by giving you the very best personal service she can, with an eye on every detail. Whether you are buying, selling or investing Doris is here to make the experience a pleasurable one. “Doris is looking for friends for a lifetime, not clients for a month.”