Barbara Revels - Flagler County Commissioner, District 3 » Page 'Biography'

Biography

Barbara grew up in Flagler Beach and is a member of a historically prominent family. Her grandfather is the late George Wickline, who was a Flagler County Commissioner and later Mayor of Flagler Beach, serving in those positions for over 33 years. The Wickline Center in Flagler Beach is named after her family. Her mother Catherine Wilson is an author of “A New Beginning” a historical book about Flagler Beach and was the main driving force behind the Flagler Beach Historical Museum, which just celebrated its 10 year anniversary. Her father Bernie Wilson was a local Building Contractor in Flagler County for his entire adult life building many homes and other buildings throughout the community.

Barbara attended Flagler Beach elementary school through 6th grade and continued graduating from Bunnell High School in 1970. Attended Daytona Beach Community College. (Today: Daytona State). Immediately after graduation Barbara began working for the only real estate office in the county (before Palm Coast). Obtaining her real estate license in 1972. By 1982 Barbara had opened her own office and had obtained her Residential Contractors License. Continued on to obtain her General Contractors License by 1988. Coquina Real Estate and Construction, Inc. has been a real estate and construction entity in the community and is noted as one of the longest continual businesses as a member of the Chamber of Commerce.

Barbara has one son Jed Revels that is a Chief Engineer in the Merchant Marine industry, serving primarily on US Government ships. Barbara is married to Jerry Lloyd who manages the daily construction field activities for the business.

Professional accomplishments include:

  • President of the Flagler Chamber of Commerce in 1996
  • President of Flagler County Realtors in 1981 and awarded the “Realtor of the Year” in 1981
  • President of the Flagler County HomeBuilders in 1991 and 1995
  • Was President of the Florida Home Builders Assoc. (first woman) and was awarded the “Builder of the Year” in 2006 for the state of Florida
  • Was a National Director representing Florida and Puerto Rico for the National Home Builders Association

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