Angella was raised 25 miles south of Eufaula which made Lake Eufaula the prime location for beaches and lake fun. After graduating from McAlester High School in 1982 she set off for Southeastern Oklahoma State University. She earned a bachelor's degree in Art and Elementary Education in 1986.
Due to her mother's successful career and love for real estate she became a licensed realtor in 1987. Over the years she also earned a master's degree from Oral Roberts University in Administration.
Angella feels the most rewarding job in life is being a mom which is why she loves real estate. Finding homes for families allows her to still connect to her own family. She is married with 2 kids.
They own DNA Creative Homes who build in Oklahoma's newest resort town in Eufaula, Carlton Landing. As a family they embrace the beauty of a life lived near the lake.
Angella loves the view of sunrises and sunsets over the water. She says the sparkling reflection of the night sky make her thankful to live on Lake Eufaula.
When she is not helping people find their perfect lake home, she enjoys time with her girls and animals. They have sheep, donkeys and two herding dogs. She dyes the sheep's wool and spins it into yarn. Running with her Blue Healer is a favorite pastime.
Featured Lake Eufaula Lake Homes
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Located on the east side of Oklahoma and spanning Haskell, McIntosh, Pittsburg, and Okmulgee counties, Lake Eufaula is the largest in the state.
Eufaula is a flood pool for the Canadian, North Fork Canadian and Deep Fork rivers. The cities of Eufaula, Longtown, and Texanna are nestled along the lake.
Eufaula Dam was approved by congress in 1946 to provide flood control, hydroelectric power, water supply, navigation and recreation.
The U.S. Army Corp of Engineers construction ran from 1956-1964. Eufaula consumes 102,000 acres, 600 miles of shoreline with an average depth of 23 feet ranging from 12 to 87 feet.
At its completion, Lyndon B. Johnson came to Oklahoma on September 25, 1964 for the dedication.
With two state parks along its shoreline recreational activities abound. Boating, fishing, swimming, hiking, hunting, golfing, horseback riding, swimming beaches, camping, kayaking, and more are offered.
Eufaula is a well-known tournament lake home to largemouth bass, Kentucky bass, crappie, catfish, sand bass, stripers, sunfish, channel catfish and blue catfish.
Renting a house boat for recreation and retreat is another unique opportunity one can take on the lake.
The City of Eufaula is home to the annual event Whole Hawg Days and Poker run. Guests can enjoy rodeo, mutton bustin', a parade, vendors, activities for kids and a hawg cook off.
At the Eufaula Powwow on Labor Day weekend Native Americans come together to share traditional songs, dancing, arts, crafts and food with the community. A variety of tournaments, swimming and camping are also part of this historical event.
Another annual treat is the Lake Eufaula Sailboat Bucket Run. Sailboat enthusiasts come together to enjoy camaraderie and racing.
From the Native American history and design of the lake as a flood pool where 3 rivers merge to mutton bustin' at the hawg fest, Lake Eufaula has a little bit of everything. Having a resort, two state parks and numerous other camping gives the surrounding community something for everyone to do.
Whether you are looking for a family home or weekend retreat Lake Eufaula an excellent choice for everyone!