Maryann McLeod Crush has over 30 years experience in the real estate industry and is the President/Founder of MCM Properties, Inc. - a South Boston real estate sales, leasing, management, development and specialty services firm. Maryann is a member in good standing of the Greater Boston Real Estate Board, The Massachusetts Association of Realtors, The National Association of Realtors and The Massachusetts Property Owners Association.
A fourth generation South Bostonian, Maryann resides in South Boston with her two daughters along with her mother, brother and large extended family, instilling in her children the relevance of family values and traditions, community service and life long friendships.
Among her outside interests, Maryann is a collector of antiques and period pieces. She is an accomplished cook and has amassed a 100+ book cook's library. She has a particular affinity for horses, owning and breeding for more than twenty years, Morgan Horses, known as the premier American-bred horse, and is a member of the Morgan Horse Association. Her Morgan mare, Damsel, holds the record as the fastest trotting Morgan in the world. Her home and office features paintings, prints, collectables and books on horses of all types.
Civic involvement is an important commitment to Maryann both personally and professionally. She has been appointed or elected to the following civic organizations and committees: South Boston Neighborhood Leaders Group, South Boston Residents Group, South Boston Waterfront Committee, South Boston Design Advisory Committee, Boston Convention and Exhibition Center Design Advisory Committee and South Boston Main Streets.
Among her many charitable and social service endeavors, some of which are done anonymously and remain so, is her membership on the boards of the South Boston Boys and Girls Club, The Boston Boys and Girls Club Overseers Committee, South Boston Community Health Center, serving as Development Committee Chair, The LaBoure Center, serving as its Chair, The South Boston Harbor Academy Charter School, Cofounder and current President of St. Peter Academy, as well as the late Congressman J. Joseph Moakley appointee to the South Boston Betterment Trust, serving as President.
Among her formal recognitions, Maryann has been honored by her peers and is the proud recipient of the South Boston Civic Association's Shamrock Award for Community Service, the Catholic Charities/LaBoure Center Community Service Award and the Marion Manor Community Service and Leadership Award.
Aware of the need for committed benefactors, Maryann has formed the MCM Charitable Trust for the express purpose of continuing her and the company's important roles as stewards of the South Boston Community.