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Welcome John Gibson to Network

Submitted by Mary Powell, Network Real Estate
John's pleasant sense of humor and his ability to get the job done will certainly enhance his desirability as a Network Agent!
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John Gibson is our newest addition to the Network Real Estate team! John is excited to be working with the Network family because he enjoys working with all the friendly agents who are ready, willing and able to help him in this team-oriented atmosphere.

John’s first job in Grass Valley was in Civil Engineering. He was a Civil Engineering Designer and went on to become an Electrical Design Engineer. After he retired, he wanted to share his deep knowledge of the area, his research background and his desire to help people by getting involved in Real Estate. His motto in life is “to enjoy life to its fullest and help people along the way.” John’s pleasant sense of humor and his ability to get the job done will certainly enhance his desirability as a Network Agent!

John and his wife Patti have three boys and are looking forward to moving into their newly built home in Penn Valley. They feel fortunate to be able to embrace what Nevada County has to offer by participating in activities such as kayaking, hiking, bicycling, and swimming. This diversified agent is also a musician who has won several fiddling trophies and music awards. In his spare time he also enjoys playing both the violin and fiddle for several local orchestras.



The Network Family is excited to have John on board and appreciates his fortitude in ensuring that his clients’ needs are met.

You can reach John Gibson in our Grass Valley office at 167 S.




Auburn Street at (530) 432-8862 or email him at Gibson@gotnet.net. We wish him much success in his new venture!


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