Our Support Staff

Becky Selbee

Becky smallBecky Selbee is Dan's invaluable administrative assistant, having joined the team in April 2008. Her responsibilities include managing the office work flow, setting appointments, and keeping our technology running smoothly. She was born and raised in El Paso, Texas, lived in Lubbock, Texas for three years before moving to Albuquerque, New Mexico, and lived there for 18 years. She landed permanently in the Mother Lode in 1999 and now makes Cedar Ridge her home.

Becky brings to the practice a long background in bookkeeping and accounting (and common sense!). She had been a real estate agent prior to joining the team. These experiences, as well as having recently put children through college, means she has first-hand awareness of today's economic issues and shares the same personal challenges as many of our clients.  Becky is the president of the Tuolumne County Women's Network, a graduate of Leadership Tuolumne County, and serves on their Executive Board. She is also an ambassador for the Tuolumne County Chamber of Commerce and serves on the Special Events Committee to plan events around the area.

Becky enjoys hiking, camping, and reading. She loves spoiling her two granddaughters who live nearby. She and her husband, Dave, have six children who have all grown up and moved out, nine grandchildren, one cute kitty cat, a sweet sheltie puppy named Sadie, and an aquarium full of beautiful fish.  ecky's favorite thing to do, when not helping clients with their passwords, is to travel, particularly enjoying the Wine Train in Napa and of course Disneyland

Ella Coville

EllaElla Coville is Kim's indespensible administrative assistant, joining with Kim and the team in 2015. 

Ella is a jack-of-all-trades, responsible for scheduling and general administration, and specific management for multiple health insurance plans for our clients.

She was born and raised in North Carolina and still possesses her wonderful Carolina accent, y'all. In an earlier time, she lived for a memorable year in the middle of New York City, spent several years in Alaska serving in the US Air Force, but has made the Mother Lode and Sonora her home for the past 40 years.

Ella has quite the varied background of experiences, including four years of military service (she is a Vietnam Veteran 1972-76). In the Air Force, she was the first woman to serve as air traffic controller for the Alaska Strategic Flight Line. After her air traffic control days, she was the first woman to "fire the industrial kiln" for Merck Inc. (you will have to ask her what that entails) as well as making a living by driving serious heavy equipment, including dump trucks and a Cat 380 Loader. Ella is involved in community activities, including past volunteer service with the Mountain Women's Resource Center. 

For fun, she loves to travel and camp, and has a real fondness for water-skiing, motorcycles, and charity bike rides with her Harley guys and gals. 

Ella and her Shih Tzu dog named Hercules look forward to meeting you.