Christ’s Family Clinic is pleased to announce the appointment of Marty & Myles Kelley to our Board of Directors! The Kelley’s have been wonderful supporters of the Clinic and we are thrilled they will now serve on our Board. Please take a moment to read all about Marty & Myles!
Myles was raised in Fort Worth, Texas. He attended Washington & Lee University and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics in 1981. He was a member of the Phi Delta Theta fraternity.
Myles has been in commercial real estate since 1983. He started with Henry S. Miller Co/Grubb & Ellis. He was a top producer in Retail for many years. He joined Moody Rambin Interests in 1997. He then went out on his own and established a brokerage and development company, Realty Ventures in 2002. He has been a member of ICSC, a National Shopping Center Organization for over 35 years. He represents national retailers and restaurants in locating in new properties throughout Texas and the surrounding states. Some of his major clients include Office Depot, Floor & Décor, Chili’s, Jack in the Box, La Madeleine, CarMax, Home Depot, and TGI Fridays. He has also developed numerous shopping centers and single tenant projects in Texas, Louisiana, and Mississippi.
He has been involved with the Real Estate Council of Tarrant County since 1983 and was the Chairman in 1995.
Marty Kelley was born and raised in Dallas. She attended SMU, where she earned a BBA in Marketing and a BFA in journalism and advertising. She was a member of the Pi Beta Phi sorority, and remains an active member in the Dallas Alumnae Club. After graduation, Marty worked with the Omnicom Group at DDB Needham Advertising as an account executive for GTE, Jeep-Eagle and American Airlines, international division.
Marty joined her family’s foundation in 1982, The Dr. Bob and Jean Smith Foundation, where she continues to serve as an executive board member. She is a member of the Junior League of Dallas, the Dallas Junior Charity League and The Dallas Women’s Club. She also served as co-chair for the “Wipe out Cancer” charity event in 1983 and served on the “I Have A Dream” Foundation for 9 years.
Today, Marty enjoys spending time with her beloved friends – old and new alike, travel, cooking, reading, golf, interior design, mahjong, card games and long walks.
In 1990, Marty married the love of her life, Myles Kelley, and together they have 3 children – Myles Jr. (’91), Brooks (’92) and Christiana (’94). Raising her precious family was always her top priority and she joyfully dedicated 100% of her time keeping involved in all of their school activities, sporting events and countless extracurricular activities.
Myles and Marty are members of Dallas Country Club and Highland Park Presbyterian Church.