Connie Oak Patton has been in business since 1979 with twelve years in consulting, treasury and contract risk management and sold over 100 million in real estate over the last 17 years in residential, development and commercial real estate. Formerly with the big eight accounting firm of Arthur Young, Big five firm of Ernst and Young, Northern Telecom, Inc (Now NorTel), Armco Financial Services and contract employee of General Electric. Client lists include CBS, Inc., Armco Steel, McGraw Hill to name just a few.
She has been a member of the President’s Club since 2004, received the National Sales Award for the last 4 years running, awarded the Lifetime million dollar club award for consist production well over a million dollars for over 10 years from the largest regional real estate firms in Wisconsin. In 2007, she was voted by her customers as a 5 star realtor in the Milwaukee Area. Having owned real estate in Nashville, TN for 6 years, Amarillo, TX for 2 & custom building her own home in Wisconsin in 2000 has deepened her knowledge and respect of relocation, building, and investment real estate in many different market places.
Her BIG TEN education was at University of Wisconsin Madison’s School of Business and was completed in 1979 with a BBA in Marketing Management and Risk Management. She also received an ARM, in 1980 (Associate in Risk Management) attended West Texas State University for International Business and taught at Middle Tennessee State University for the ARM program. She began an MBA at Marquette University in 1989. She also began her Masters of Science at University of Wisconsin Whitewater in Business Education and Marketing Education and completed 50 credits in 1998. She also taught real estate math at Waukesha Technical College in Wisconsin.
Her husband Joel Patton is her life and real estate partner and he has two sons at Riverwood High School in Fulton County. Connie’s daughter is 21 and is attending the University of Wisconsin Whitewater. They have a golden retriever, Carson. Her hobbies are tennis, golf, gardening and she was an inland lake sailor.
She has also served on the Foundation Board of Rogers Hospital where both she and Joel served as co-chairs for the Annual Foundation event.