Real Estate in the White Mountains
Lisa O'Connell
Meet the Agent

Frank M. Smith & Associates, Inc.

Lisa and her family moved to Show Low in 1995 from the Tucson area. Originally from the Chicago area, Lisa attended college in Arizona and received her Bachelor's Degree from the University of Arizona. After many years in the social work field, Lisa earned her real estate license and has been with Frank M. Smith & Associates, Inc. since 2012. Additionally, Lisa and her husband Kevin, own and operate O'Connell Construction, Inc. They are currently in the process of building a spec home in Pinetop, AZ.

Lisa O'Connell - Agent with Frank M. Smith & Associates, Inc

Frank M. Smith & Associates, Inc. PO Box 1368, Pinetop, AZ 85935 Alison Stewart, Broker 928-242-9529
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    • 0 sq ft
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