Dale Denelle is a lifelong resident of the waters off the shores of South County. Swimming for the then South County Seals he started as a minnow and was soon known as "Dale the Whale"! Dale never felt the need to drift too far - attending "school" and living within 10 nautical miles on most of the local reefs/neighborhoods. Today you might find him on a U.S. Coast Guard boat as a staff officer for the Auxiliary in Point Judith. Along with his team they will keep you in the channel and out of the turbulent waters. Drop by a Newport Boat Show and you may even catch him in his Uniform!
A native Rhode Islander, Denny Denelle graduated with a degree in Economics from the University of Rhode Island. After graduation he served 2 years in the United States Army stationed at Ft. Bragg, N.C. and in Vietnam.
Denny?s career in sales and marketing began with the Eastman Kodak Company where he learned valuable skills in promotion and customer service as well as in business, management and administration.
Married, the father of two sons raised in South County and who attended local schools, Denny is aware of the needs and wants of the local community. He knows the schools, neighborhoods and the benefits of living in southern Rhode Island. Denny is dedicated to identifying and meeting the specific needs of each client. This attention to detail and service ensures satisfied customers and future referrals!
Ron Denelle is the founder & CEO of R. D. Denelle and Company, Inc. since 1968. Prior to 1968 Ron attended R.I. public schools, served in the 3rd Infantry, (Presidential Honor Guard), at Arlington Cemetery in Virginia, and the White House under President Eisenhower. He graduated from U.R.I. in 1960 thanks to the G.I Bill, and worked for U.S. Steel Corporation in sales management for eight years in Pittsburgh, Boston and Cleveland. He founded the firm in the summer of 1968 after bringing his family home to South County from Cleveland, Ohio.
Christie Denelle Creamer
Christie has a passion for helping others realize their dream of homeownership. As a wife, mother and former elementary school teacher her nurturing instinct helps to find clients the perfect match. Christie has lived in South County for most of her life, leaving only for college in Boston, this gives her the inside edge on the best schools, neighborhoods, restaurants, recreational activities, doctors and almost everything else about the area. Call her anytime she loves to welcome people to our beautiful community!
Carol lives in Plum Beach and is often seen walking early in the morning with her Poodle Katie or playing tennis in the neighborhood. If you are buying or selling property in southern Rhode Island, give Carol a call. She has a wealth of Real Estate experience to draw upon. Carol has achieved the GRI designation and completed course work in CRS. She has been a best seller at Denelle Realtors for more than 25 years.
?By Land or by Sea? is Paul's motto. A Yacht Broker in South County for 35 years, he is the expert if you desire water front living. Paul has intimate knowledge of all South County's waterways with a keen eye to what the boater would desire to "live the dream" here in southern R.I. Take a boat ride with Paul and see all the properties from the "right" angle...sea level. We live in South County because we love the water ?and we have some of the finest waterways on the eastern seaboard. The American Dream... waterfront home, a dock and a center console. Time to make it happen - life is short!
Jean Manning Albert
Jean Manning Albert joined Denelle Realtors after an almost 20 year career in advertising production, sales and public relations. Jean is a long-time resident of South County and has a great appreciation for the area and all it has to offer. A graduate of the Prout School and the University of Rhode Island, Jean's deep roots in the community are a valuable asset to her as she assists clients with their real estate needs. She volunteers in the community and is very involved in breast cancer advocacy and has served on the boards of both the Rhode Island and the National Breast Cancer Coalitions. She lives in Bonnet Shores with her husband Lloyd and their children Jack and Katie and their Havanese Rory.