C. Lee Allen, Jr. is the Broker/Owner at RE/MAX Town & Country, a full service real estate organization with brokerage and property management divisions in Stanly County, North Carolina.
A servant leader within his community and the region, Lee is a member of the Albemarle Rotary Club, where he leads the weekly song, and is an active member of the Carolina Thread Trail Board. He has served on the board of the Stanly County Chamber of Commerce, served as the Chief Volunteer Officer of the Stanly County Family YMCA and is a member of the Carolina Multiple Listing Systems Board of Directors. In addition to his passion for supporting people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, mental illness and substance use disorders, Lee is also an advocate for education. He has served as President of the LANCE, the parent organization of Gray Stone Day School, a charter school in Misenheimer that is nationally ranked among the “Best High Schools” by U.S. News & World Report and currently serves on the board of the Gray Stone Foundation. He is a member of First Baptist Church Albemarle, where he serves the finance committee, teaches youth, sings in the choir and plays trumpet.
Lee is a graduate of The University of North Carolina at Charlotte, where he earned a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering degree. He has held professional roles in project and process management, technology implementation and software sales and implementation. His passions are solution identification, analyzation and implementation. When he is not working, Lee enjoys biking, swimming and running and is a member of the Uwharrie Running Club. He is an avid competitive triathlete and has competed in numerous triathlons including the Ironman World Championships in Kona, HI and is a Boston Marathon finisher.
A North Carolina native, Lee lives in New London, N.C. with his wife Mary Burt Allen. The couple has two children, Meredith, a 2016 graduate of UNC Chapel Hill who lives in Washington, D.C. and Jackson, a student at Campbell University.
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