Terry Floyd

Terry became a real estate agent in 1992 after working for many years as a city administrator, political consultant, and speechwriter. As part of the Columbia Zoning Administration and head of planning staff, Terry spearheaded Main Street redevelopment in the late 1970s. He also served as the administrator for the Columbia Landmark Commission, helping to save several buildings from demolition and even planting the trees we see on Main Street today! Born in Mullins, Terry moved to Columbia to attend USC.

He joined Wolfe & Taylor in 2017 and regularly treats his new colleagues to such culinary delights as banana bread and white chocolate macaroons, which earn him ribbons each year at the State Fair. Terry also enjoys gardening, coin collecting, and writing poetry and essays about growing up in a small town. He has one adult son who lives in Charlotte.

Barbara Lowrance Hughes

Barbara has over 40 years of real estate experience, in both sales and management, and has built a long list of repeat clients who have also become friends. Her favorite part of the business is working closely with her clients and helping them navigate the home buying and selling process. Barbara believes in personalized service and loves working in a boutique real estate firm.

Interlaced with her long and successful real estate career is her work on the theatrical stage. Barbara has appeared in numerous productions with Trustus Theatre, Workshop Theatre, and the South Carolina Shakespeare Company. She and her husband Nick Pizzey love to travel, especially to visit his family, including four precious grandchildren, outside London.

Calhoun McMeekin

Calhoun joined The Wolfe Company (now Wolfe & Taylor) in 1994 and soon became a top sales agent. As a third-generation Columbian, he knows these neighborhoods as well as anyone. He currently serves on the board of the South Carolina Youth Advocate Program and is a previous member of the City of Columbia Board of Zoning Appeals. Calhoun graduated from Hampden-Sydney College in Virginia in 1990 with a B.A. in political science and English.

He and Melinda have been married for two-plus decades and are the parents of two wonderful young adults, son Cal, who attends The University of South Carolina, and daughter Gretchen, who attends Clemson University. They are members of First Presbyterian Church. Calhoun’s hobbies include reading, boating, and fishing. His penchant for Clemson orange helps balance out the Gamecock garnet around the office.

Stacey Phillips

Stacey started selling real estate in 2014 after nearly a decade in pharmaceutical sales, including as a business manager in a large academic hospital, The University of Virginia. Her award-winning success in the pharmaceutical industry was a result of her dedication to providing product knowledge and exemplary service to physicians and their patients, and she has successfully transferred those skills to serve her real estate clients with the same level of commitment. Stacey has found her true passion in real estate, which runs in her blood, as her father was a builder and her mother owned a real estate company.

She earned her B.S. in business administration, with a concentration in marketing and management, from USC’s Darla Moore School of Business. Stacey and her husband J. William (Bill) Phillips, MD, a cardiologist with Providence Heart, have a son at Wofford College and two children at A.C. Flora High School. A Columbia resident for 15 years, Stacey has been an active volunteer in her community and at her children’s schools.

Chuck Plowden

Chuck earned his real estate license and joined Preferred Properties in 2013, moving over to Wolfe & Taylor after the merger. He enjoys helping his clients buy and sell homes throughout the Midlands. He graduated from the University of South Carolina with a degree in history. In addition to hoping the Gamecocks always win, Chuck likes to read and play golf and is a regular platelet donor. He is married to Leslie and has one adult son, Charles.

John Scullion

John joined Wolfe & Taylor in 2017 after nearly two decades as a REALTOR® at other local agencies. He was a member of one of the first graduating classes at Spring Valley High School and went on to earn a B.S. in management from the USC School of Business. He and his wife Marian, a longtime teacher and administrator in Richland School District Two, have a son in Canada and a daughter in Columbia who has followed her mother into the teaching profession. Marian and John share an interest in mid-century modern architecture and recently renovated their kitchen as a 1960s throwback.

Steve Taylor

Steve has more than 40 years of experience in real estate sales, construction management, homeowner association management, and apartment management. He is a South Carolina REALTORS® executive board member and the past president of the Central Carolina REALTORS® Association. He is past president of the Apartment Association of Greater Columbia, a member of the Community Associations Institute (CAI), and a Certified Property Manager (CPM®).

Steve is an alumnus of the University of South Carolina. He and his wife, Betsy, have three adult children and two incredibly adorable grandchildren.

Barkley Wolfe

As part of the fourth generation of family working in the field of real estate, Barkley appreciates the old ways as much as the new. No job is too small or too large. It is always an honor and privilege acting as an agent. Alumnus of University of South Carolina’s School of Business, Barkley enjoys hunting, fishing and spending time outdoors with his dogs.

Dana Wolfe

Dana started working in his family’s real estate business in 1981, joining his brothers Jack and Rhett and their father Oliver J. Wolfe. With over three decades of experience in property management and real estate sales, Dana now leads Wolfe & Taylor’s dynamic team of agents. He has a reputation for going the extra mile for his clients, sometimes literally, as he helps families buy and sell homes across the Midlands.

Dana has a B.A. in history from the University of South Carolina. He is a member of Shandon United Methodist Church, where he is active in his Sunday school class and volunteers for various missions. He and his wife Wendi have three sons.

Elizabeth Wolfe

Elizabeth earned her real estate license in 2016 following careers in nonprofit fundraising, politics, and journalism. She lived in Moscow and Washington, DC, before returning home to South Carolina. Working closely with both buyers and sellers, she has loved seeing her hometown grow and change through the years.
Elizabeth serves on the board of Pathways to Healing, the alumni committee of Heathwood Hall, and the world missions committee of the Episcopal Diocese of Upper SC. She has a B.A. in English and Russian language and literature from Smith College and studied international relations and economics at Johns Hopkins SAIS. She and husband, Chris Daves, have one son.