RIP: After Four Year Battle With Pancreatic Cancer, Allie Beth Allman and Dallas Lose Jack Jacobs

By Candy Evans / June 11, 2018 / 1 Comment

Word came early today that Allie Beth Allman & Associates executive vice president Jack Jacobs, adoring father and husband to luxury real estate powerhouse Doris Jacobs, father to their two beautiful powerhouse daughters, passed over the weekend. Jack, who passed away early Sunday morning, June 10, losing his four-year battle with pancreatic cancer.  “We cannot […]

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Tracye R. Levit, R.I.P.

By Candy Evans / February 26, 2018 / 1 Comment
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House Nightmare: the Body in the Walls

By Heather Hunter / June 29, 2017 / 1 Comment

I sometimes refer to our current home as “the nightmare house.” Since moving in a year ago, the list of expensive (and downright gross) repairs we’ve had to undertake is the stuff of bad dreams. But that’s really all hyperbole. Singed electrical boxes and floors that reek of dog urine are not my actual nightmare. […]

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Bill Lenox: Dallas Entrepreneur, Maverick, Philanthropist, and Family Man

By Karen Eubank / February 23, 2017 / 0 Comments

Bill Lenox lived life beautifully. He loved people, fine food, beautiful art, and being an entrepreneur. But most of all Bill, like his oldest son, Jason Lenox, loved people. He had a heart bigger than his beloved Texas, and that heart gave out last month. It’s a tremendous loss not only for his family, but for […]

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Dax Pass, R.I.P.

By Candy Evans / September 7, 2016 / 0 Comments

It is with a heavy, grieving spirit we report that Dallas has lost one of our brightest real estate talents. Dax Howard Pass, Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty Ranch and Land broker extraordinaire, husband of Caroline Summers, and father of three, passed today peacefully following complications from a heart attack suffered over the weekend. He […]

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Dallas Mourns Loss of Neil Emmons

By Bethany Erickson / March 31, 2016 / 1 Comment

  The political and real estate worlds of Dallas were rocked today with the news that tireless advocate of neighborhoods and preservation of Dallas’ architectural history Neil Emmons apparently passed away in his sleep overnight. He was 45. Robert Wilonksy reported in the Dallas Morning News that Emmons, who has been serving as a City […]

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