Linda Koehl grew up on the Edwards Plateau in Rocksprings, TX. The daughter of a school superintendent/rancher, Linda spent many hours on horseback and with her brother and sister in sheep and goat pens. Summers were spent in the Nueces Canyon at her grandmother’s house, playing dominos and swimming in the Nueces River.
She attended Coastal Bend College in Beeville, earning a degree in Dental Hygiene. After working for twelve years in Texas, she moved to Switzerland to practice there.
Linda spent her thirties traveling the world and writing country music in Nashville. Finally, she settled down in Uvalde and married Dr. Charles Milton Koehl. They have one son, Carlos, who is a student at Texas A&M University, and two grown children, Grady (and his wife, Mandy) and Casey (and his wife Daneane), who are also Aggies. They are all members of the First United Methodist Church. Linda and Milton worked side by side in his dental practice (during which time she earned another degree in counseling psychology) and after more than thirty years in dentistry, Linda chose real estate as her next career.
Linda sells all kinds of real estate, and she’s more likely to be found out and about, looking for listings or buyers, than at her desk. In her spare time, she’s busy with her theater group, The Uvalde Good Eggs, or picking and grinning with other singer/songwriter friends somewhere! People are Linda’s passion, and she’s always ready to go the extra mile (literally and figuratively) to match properties with the people looking for them.