As the Board President of Central Mississippi REALTORS,® Chuck McGee credits his motivation to serve 2,100 members to his extensive leadership experience with the association he is committed to. Since 2012, Chuck has served in a myriad of leadership roles with CMR, the first of which was being a part of the MLS committee. In 2013, he had the opportunity to serve on the MLS Board of Directors and ultimately became the President of Central Mississippi MLS in 2016. As MLS President, he also served on the CMR Board of Directors. In 2021, he was elected to serve as the First Vice President of CMR.
With persistence and dedication, Chuck revisited his initial goal of completing his Associate Degree from Hinds Community College. Sparking a deep-rooted interest in real estate, he began taking real estate courses which were required to obtain his broker’s license. In 2014, Chuck began his successful real estate brokerage business, McGee Realty Services located in Florence, Mississippi, at the top of the appraisal business.
Chuck’s roots are in Simpson and Rankin counties. He matriculated through schools ranging from the Magee to Pearl areas. In 1990, he graduated 13th out of his class from Mendenhall High School. Chuck attended Hinds Community College for one semester, before answering his patriotic call to join the United State Air Force. Upon discharge from the Air Force, he served in a lower management role at a local linen company. In 1997, he began his blossoming appraisal career, and partnered with two other appraisers to invest in real estate through the purchase of homes to rent and flip.
Chuck is the proud husband to his loving wife, Melissa, whom he married in May of 1994. Together, they have been blessed with two amazing sons, Ian and Tyler.
Chuck contributes his strong penchant for serving the members of CMR to the countless blessings he has received in his life, which he is extremely grateful for. “I have learned so much about the association and myself through the various capacities I have had the honor of serving,” said Chuck. “I have a heart to give back to my community, and I’m thankful for the members of the association that have been so good to me.”