Debra Green-Fletcher has been a resident of Goose Creek for 33 years.

Moving to Goose Creek in 1981 with her then four-year-old daughter, Jennifer, hers was the sixth family to move into Crowfield Plantation. “It has been a privilege to raise my family and build a successful real estate career in our community," she said. “ Goose Creek is truly a wonderful place to live, work and play. I have always been proud to call Goose Creek my home.”

Mrs. Green-Fletcher has been a Realtor for 33 years, and is currently a Realtor for Carolina One Real Estate and a member of the Charleston Trident Association of Realtors. This year, she will celebrate her 14th wedding anniversary with her husband, Thomas Fletcher. They attend St. John’s Lutheran Church.

She has one daughter, Jennifer Green, who is the joy of her life. Jennifer graduated from Stratford High School and earned her Bachelors and Masters Degrees from the University of South Carolina. 

Public service and commitment to community runs in her family. Mrs. Green-Fletcher has spent over half of her life in Goose Creek, but grew up in Mifflin, Ohio. Her great-grandfather was the mayor of her hometown in the late 1800s, and her grandfather, father, and uncle all served on the Mifflin Village Council. Through their examples, she learned the importance of community service and servant leadership. “I believe in Goose Creek and want to give back to the community that has given so much to me," she said.

Mrs. Green-Fletcher is the daughter of the late James Russell Myers and Annie Graham Myers. While she was raised in Ohio and studied at Ohio State University, her mother grew up in Russellville, S.C. and her family has deep roots in the Lowcountry for many generations.

“I believe elected officials and community leaders should be visible, accessible, and approachable,” said Mrs. Green-Fletcher. “I look forward to working with the citizens of Goose Creek as we work together to ensure the continued prosperity of our City.” 

 

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