Adoree Roberson

Adoree is very proud of her Legacy. All her Grandparents came from the Provence area of France in the late 1800s and settled in Kern County. At the time, according to the advertisements of the Southern Pacific Railroad, the Central Valley of California was beautiful, with a temperate climate. They all stayed. Adoree was born in Bakersfield and although she has traveled extensively, she has also stayed in her beloved Home Town!

She took an aptitude test at Garces Memorial High School and discovered many years later that she would only excel in two professions: Real Estate and Personnel. Fifty years later and a variety of unplanned events, she found herself wearing both hats as the owner and manager of Premier Realty.
Being in Real Estate since 1978, Adoree’s reputation is impeccable and she is recognized for her fairness, hiring ability, and management skills. She has brought together a team of outstanding and knowledgeable Realtors, who are like family.

Adoree was instrumental in bringing the First St. Jude Dream Home built in California to Bakersfield.
Her goal to help families with children who have devastating illnesses led her to be on the Mendiburu Magic Foundation Board dedicated to the Children in our community.
She is presently an Honorary Member of Bakersfield Breakfast Rotary. She was co-chair bringing the Wreaths Across America to our Bakersfield National Cemetery. To find out more visit:
Adoree is a twenty-year member of Christ The King Catholic Church and served many years on the Parish Finance Council.
She has been an active member of the Association of Realtors for the past 35 years. Adoree was also a past membership chair for the Women’s Council of Realtors.

Adoree’s class of 1960 adopted this phrase to be placed on the base of the flag post at Garces.

“Victory is ours who compete with honor and integrity.”

The above phrase is a great part of Adoree’s blueprint to life.

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