Sue Wilkerson

Sue Wilkerson believes in Ogden, probably more than most.  Watching the city change over the past 10 years has been inspiring to her – and provides her with the experiences to share with you on a blog dedicated to her love of Ogden.  So many times, those moving to Ogden just don’t have any idea how great it is here – her passion is contagious – you’ll be addicted soon to the mystique of the “outdoor recreation capital of the world”.

Sue’s dedication to community started at an early age, and was fueled by an internship with Congressman Leon Panetta in Washington, DC.  After graduating from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo in Agriculture, Sue went on to build a trucking business with her then-husband Ralph in Woodland, California. Moving to Utah in 1997, she spent some time in air freight, and then settled into real estate in 1999.  Starting with Coldwell Banker, she soon launched her brokerage Terra Venture Real Estate in 2002.  It led her to fall in love with Ogden and the historic districts, with the grand mansions of yesteryear. She is happily single and living in a historically-designed infill home in Ogden’s Trolley District.

You will find Sue most days at the  historic Heber Scowcroft Mansion,795 24th Street, Ogden, UT 84401 – or just give her a call …801.393.1188

A little more about Sue Wilkerson

Graduate of Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo (B.S. Agriculture)

Graduate of University of California, Davis (Certificate, Graphic Design)

Broker-owner of Terra Venture Real Estate

President, Junior League of Ogden

Spiker, (ambassador) Ogden Weber Chamber of Commerce

Chair, Medical Registration, Children’s Health Connection

Director, Northern Wasatch Association of Realtors

Commissioner, Ogden City Landmarks Commission

Publicist, Trolley District Citizens Action Network to bring Streetcar to Central Ogden

Host Family, 10th year, Ogden Raptors Baseball team

Zeta Tau Alpha Fraternity Alumni

Red Cross Women’s group

Member, Women’s Council of Realtors

Member, Jefferson Avenue Neighborhood watch

Member, Weber County Heritage Foundation

Member, National Trust for Historic Preservation

Very Active Member, Golds Gym