Dave Kolodin Sales Agent
Born in Bloomfield, NJ, David Kolodin attended Colgate University after graduating from Bloomfield High School in 1952. Following the death of his father in 1953, Kolodin entered the U.S. Army, returned to Colgate and graduated in 1958. After a graduate study year at Colgate, Kolodin returned to the Bloomfield, NJ school system where he taught physics and chemistry until assuming a principalship from 1984 - 1989. Kolodin received his MA from Montclair State University. Upon retiring from the NJ job, Kolodin moved to Maine, assuming the principalship at Bristol School until 1995. Since 1997, Kolodin has been a real estate broker in Lincoln County, Maine.
From 1995 to 2017, Kolodin has been involved in a variety of endeavors, including as an assistant football coach at Bowdoin College, past president of Mobius, Inc., a local agency caring for handicapped individuals and as Director of Olde Bristol Days. In addition, Kolodin was honored as 2006 Realtor of the Year as well as President of the Lincoln County School Board Association. At present, Kolodin is president of the Bristol School Board, a member of the Maine School Boards Association and vice-chair of the AOS 93 School Board. Kolodin and his wife Elizabeth have three adult children having been married for 60 years and live in Pemaquid Harbor.
Dave Kolodin is our guardian angel! He not only sold us a house, he guided us, step by step, in finding the home of our dreams! Our adventure took almost two years. He patiently learned our preferences and he guided and advised, never pressuring us to make a quick decision. He stayed with us when we wavered and our offers ended in disappointment. Our long journey would have taxed the patience of any other broker, but not Dave. He knew when he had found our perfect home!
After four years in our home, Dave still checks in on us, ending every visit with the same sentiment, "I hope you are enjoying your retirement and loving your beautiful home!" David is more than a broker, he has become our friend! Sincerely,