Thomas Wright was born and raised in Salt Lake City, Utah. He graduated from the University of Utah in 1997 with Bachelor of Art degrees in Marketing and Russian. Thomas graduated from Quince Orchard High School in the Washington D.C. metro area in 1991 after being selected to be a United States Senate Page by Senator Orrin Hatch and former Senator Jake Garn.
After the prestigious firm of Lewis Wolcott & Dornbush Real Estate was affiliated with Sotheby's International Realty Thomas became a partner, where he serves as the President and Principal Broker of Summit Sotheby's International Realty.
Prior to joining Summit Sotheby's International Realty, he was a top producing agent with Prudential Utah Real Estate where he was licensed for several years. He also served as the marketing director for Coldwell Banker Premier Realty and was responsible for the marketing initiatives for several hundred real estate agents in offices all across the state of Utah.
Thomas has implemented many innovative and successful real estate marketing strategies and ventures that have influenced the residential real estate brokerage industry across the country. He was a former partner of the largest real estate photography company in the United States and co-authored two patents related to online lead generation. Thomas has also been a national speaker in the real estate industry, speaking to large and small groups about lead generation, effective management of leads, innovative sales techniques, and web site creation.
Thomas is an avid amateur golfer. While in high school, his team won the Maryland State Golf Championship. Thomas then played for the University of Utah, participating in several major NCAA competitions, most of which were won by Tiger Woods. Thomas enjoys traveling the world, which has included a three week safari in Africa, a two week golf excursion to Scotland and an Arctic Circle fishing adventure for Northern Pike. Thomas is a civically-minded citizen and has been elected and appointed to serve on several key organizations in the community. Thomas is married to Caroline Wright and has three daughters and one son.
A native of Salt Lake City, David received his undergraduate and law degrees from the University of Utah and began his very diverse real estate career by working as a sales agent. The technical side of the real estate business quickly captured his interest and he decided to attend law school, focusing on real estate and contract law. After graduating from law school, David worked as a lobbyist in Washington, D.C. before returning to real estate and forming and managing a title insurance and escrow agency. Those years provided him with in-depth experience through hundreds of complicated real estate closings.
David was next appointed Director of the Utah Division of Real Estate. He began by restructuring state-wide real estate education programs for real estate agents and brokers. He also implemented the adoption and revision of numerous new standardized real estate forms for use throughout the State of Utah. In 1987, David took his experience in real estate sales, title insurance and escrow, and real estate brokerage regulation, and applied it to private law practice with an emphasis in real estate and real estate brokerage law. He served as general counsel to the Utah Association of Realtors® and to the Park City Board of Realtors®. Based upon the real estate education programs he initiated at the Utah Division of Real Estate, David is one of the most highly recognized real estate instructors in the State of Utah.
Sharon was born and raised on a ranch in Lost Creek, Utah, where the value of hard work was instilled in her from a very early age. Helping on the farm, riding horses, and racing dirt bikes equaled living the true country dream.
Sharon’s real estate career began at the early age of 16, when she was an assistant to four top producing real estate agents. Having obtained her graduating credits early, she gained experience while on a work release program. After high school, Sharon obtained her real estate license and began working for a real estate brokerage in Park City, Utah, while also attending business management classes. She was originally hired as an assistant to a group of top producing agents, but was quickly promoted to Listing Coordinator and then Transaction Coordinator. Sharon’s ability to quickly master any position and to produce outstanding results resulted in her promotion as Accounting Manager for the brokerage. When that brokerage was acquired by Summit Sotheby’s International Realty, Sharon’s excellent people skills and knowledge, combined with her willingness to work hard, proved invaluable in her current position. Her loyalty, dependably and outstanding performance has earned her the trust of many.
Sharon married her high school sweetheart, Scott, and they reside in Coalville, Utah. Sharon’s true passion for life is being a mother and she and her husband have two beautiful girls, Kennedy and Everly.
Tami Whisker spent most of her childhood in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, moving to Utah in 1982, when her parents transferred here with American Express. She graduated from high school in South Jordan and obtained her Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication from Southern Utah University.
Drawn to Summit County by the people and the lifestyle, Tami moved to Park City after college and worked in hospitality management for 16 years. She started her successful Real Estate career in 2005 and has worked with several top-producing teams, earned numerous designations and has received the Sustaining Masters Professional Achievement Award from the Park City Board of Realtors®.
An avid volunteer, who believes in giving back to her community, Tami has been very involved with the Park City Board of REALTORS®, served as President in 2012, and continues to serve as a Director. She also sits on the board of the Peace House and assists with the annual Egyptian Theater fundraiser. Other organizations that have benefited from Tami’s talents are; the Friends of Animals, the American Cancer Society, and the Soaring Wings Education Foundation fundraising committee.
Tami’s experience, organizational skills, efficiency, attention to detail, collaborative attitude and ability to get along with just about everyone, make her a natural manager and she has served as Training Coordinator and on the Agent Leadership Council at her previous brokerages. Recognized by Summit Sotheby’s for her excellent work ethic and leadership abilities, she was invited to join the company in 2013, and is currently serving as Vice President of Operations. She is passionate about making beneficial changes that will move the team forward, while enabling agents to work more efficiently and effectively.
Tami and her husband, Mark have a daughter, Nicole, and two dogs. She loves golfing, the beach and volunteering.
Court Klekas is dedicated to providing his clients with the finest service available. His in-depth knowledge of the development market, as well as the new and resale home market, is unmatched within Summit County. A full-time agent since 1976, he has twice been named “Sales Person of the Year” by the Park City Board of Realtors and earned the Master of Professional Achievement Award from both the Park City and Salt Lake Board of Realtors.
Court began his career in real estate in 1976, has had a Broker’s license for 20 years, and has been a Branch Broker for 19 years. Court has been the listing agent for over 30 developments in the Park City area, including lots, single family homes, condominiums, and hotel condominiums. He also has represented large multi-use developments that include lots, custom homes and single family homes. His extensive background and expertise in the various stages of development, including the entitlement process, planning, design, and the successful marketing of a new product, makes him an invaluable asset to our agents and our company.
Away from real estate, Court spends his time with his wife Susan and their four children. They are all involved in a hobby that has turned into a passion – Martial Arts. Every member of the family is a Black Belt and the family owns Bobby Lawrence Karate School in Park City. Court has been with Master Lawrence since 1989 and is the “Head of School” and a 5th Degree Black Belt. Karate is a good balance to the demands of the real estate business and it is rewarding to teach students who range in age from 4 to 62 years of age!
Originally from California, Bruce and his wife moved to the Park City area in 1998 and now live in the Heber Valley. He graduated from the University of Southern California in Engineering with a minor in Geology.
Bruce is a partner of Summit Sotheby's International Realty and launched the Sotheby's Brand in Utah in 2008. He brings over 25 years of real estate experience to Summit Sotheby's including raw land development, commercial and retail property development and management, and residential and farm and ranch ownership and development. In addition to direct participation real estate in Utah, California and Texas, he has owned and managed businesses in the related industries of banking and mortgage finance.
Bruce enjoys assisting the Sotheby's agents with the negotiating skills he has developed in his commercial property and big parcel development history. He also enjoys golf, fly fishing and the outdoors, and is a true optimist concerning Park City's real estate future.
Scott Webber is a partner of Summit Sotheby's International Realty and the President of Fuller Sotheby's International Realty in Colorado. The firm has 7 sales offices, and 200 broker and support staff associates serving some of Colorado's best-known luxury markets in metropolitan Denver, Boulder, Evergreen, Castle Pines and the Vail Valley. A third generation, 35 year real estate brokerage management veteran, Scott is personally responsible for and closely involved in the day-to-day operation of each aspect of the business. His experienced team of people sells over $1 billion of properties a year, and is the leading firm in the competitive Denver luxury market. They take great pride in their affiliation with the exclusive Sotheby's International Realty organization, and work hard to represent each client and property with deep commitment, high energy, and substantive marketing and brokerage services.
Scott's successful career includes 20 years with Coldwell Banker where he built and was President of a 26-office company, and NRT, Incorporated, the largest real estate brokerage company in the industry, where he served as Senior Vice President. He joined Sotheby's International Realty in 2008 when he acquired the Denver, Colorado firm, Fuller Towne and Country Properties, and entered into a long term licensing agreement. Scott is also part of Summit Sotheby's International Realty with 4 offices in Park City, Deer Valley and Salt Lake City, Utah, and Sierra Sotheby's International Realty with 4 offices on the north and south shores of Lake Tahoe, Nevada and California. He is a past president of the Salt Lake City Board of Realtors, a past director to the National Association of Realtors, and holds the GRI, CRS and CRB professional designations. He is a graduate of the University of Utah and a member of the World Presidents Organization. He is an avid alpine skier, golfer, private pilot and Beechcraft Bonanza owner, and Harley Davidson enthusiast. He speaks fluent German, and has a unique appreciation for the music of U2: and the countries of Switzerland, Austria and Scotland, and the island of Maui, where he often travels.