Patrick R. Haynes, Jr.
Owner & Broker, Bacova
Pat Haynes has been a resident of Bacova in Bath County, Virginia for over thirty years. Just after graduating from Princeton University, he came to Bath County to be the Tennis Director for The Homestead in 1974. In 1981 he purchased the Bacova Guild and was its CEO until 1996. From 1997-2002, Pat was a Real Estate Sales Associate, and in 2003 he
received his Real Estate Broker's License. Since 1980, he has owned and managed Bacova Properties, a real estate investment and property management company. It is currently the largest single source for
commercial, residential, and vacation rental property in Bath County. Bacova Property's commercial locations are easily recognized by the distinctive Bacova Jockey statue located just outside each property. Pat has been active in community organizations serving as a two term President of the Bath County Chamber of Commerce, and Co-chaired the Bath County Bicentennial Committee. In 2003, he was voted Business Person of the Year.
Selby M. Schwend
Vice President, Sales Associate
A native of Tulsa, Oklahoma, Schwend moved to Bath County from Houston, Texas in 1995 where he lived for 35 years. He received a Bachelors Degree in Business Administration from the University of Houston and formed his own graphics design and exhibit production company in 1974. The Quest Corporation
primarily served the homebuilding industry in producing custom sales environments. He served on the board of the Greater Houston Builders Association and as President of the Sales and Marketing Council of
that organization during his career there. He sold the firm in 1995 and moved his family to a farm in Millboro, Virginia. He is a past president and
former director of the Bath County Historical Society and the Millboro Ruritan Club.
He currently resides in Millboro with his wife, Kathie.
Glenda F. Burke
Glenda is a native Virginian, born along the coastal shores of Virginia Beach. She moved to Bath County at an early age and resided in the Millboro area on a large family farm along the Cowpasture River. She attended Bath County High School and graduated in 1991. She worked for five years in the Group Sales department at the Homestead Resort handling corporate convention clients and large group bookings. She advanced to the Marketing department in the Homestead corporate office and worked for six years in sales and marketing. She handled advertising and marketing at the Homestead until she decided to become a freelance media specialist. She received her Real Estate License in 2004 and joined Bacova Properties as a sales associate. She currently resides in Hot Springs with her son, Will.
Samuel J. Snead, Jr.
Jack is a native of Bath County and comes from a long line of
Sneads that first came to the Warm Springs Valley in 1723. He received
his BBA from the University of Miami in 1967, then on to
graduate school at the U of M and later, the Harvard School of Design
in Golf Course Architecture. He formerly served as Director of Golf
Operations for the Greenbrier (White Sulpher Springs, West Virginia),
The Boca Raton Hotel and Club (Boca Raton, Florida) and Boca West
(Boca Raton, Florida). He is currently the Chief Executive Officer of
Sam Snead Enterprises, Sam Snead Course Design, Sam Snead Golf, Inc.
and Slammer Rentals, Inc. From 1990 until 2002, he served as agent and
manager for his father, golfing legend Sam Snead. He has been a
licensed real estate agent since 1983. He currently lives on the family home
place with his wife, Ann.
Trina Hylton Minter
Trina Minter has lived in the
Allegheny Highlands for 6 years where she has served the older
citizens and families of both Bath and Alleghany County as a licensed
Nursing Home Administrator.
rural Floyd County, Virginia, Trina grew up in a real estate family,
her Grandfather being in the timber industry, her father a surveyor
and her mother a real estate sales person and broker for the past 25
graduating from James Madison University with a Bachelors of Business
Administration in both Management and Marketing, Trina received a
Master of Science in Gerontology/Nursing Home Administration from the
University of North Texas.
Trina has worked as an Administrator in Long-term Care in differing
capacities for the last 14 years.
her husband, Steve Minter and daughter Meredith, Trina is an avid outdoorsman enjoying fly
fishing, kayaking, canoeing, hiking, skiing and snowboarding the
incredible streams and mountains of
Allen is a native Virginian who grew up on
his family's apple, peach, and dairy farm in Botetourt County. He
graduated from Bridgewater College with a degree in Business
Administration and Economics. He currently serves on the Bridgewater
College Board of Trustees. Allen retired after 30 years in the
telecommunications industry as President and CEO of R&B
Communications. He has served on numerous charitable and industry
trade boards. Currently he serves on the boards of RGC Resources and
the Bank of Fincastle. As a homeowner in Hot Springs, Allen enjoys the
many outdoor activities Bath County offers; including golf, tennis,
hunting, fishing, hiking and horseback riding. He is also a ski
instructor in the winter at the Homestead.
Margo Oxendine is a professional writer
and real estate sales agent with a passion for Bath County and its
history. She graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University with a
degree in theater, and then spent seven years working for Mel Fisher's
Treasure Salvors in Key West, Florida. After seven years writing and
performing comedy in San Francisco, Margo moved back to Bath County in
1986. She covers Arts and Leisure for The Recorder newspaper, and has
been a real estate agent since 2005. She and her little dog Brownie
live in Healing Springs, overlooking the Cascades Golf Course.