Meet the expert staff behind Pioneer Title Company.

Brian Fair

Brian Fair is our owner, guiding the company vision, managing special projects, and compiling local stats. He honed his attention to detail during his 20 years as a CPA and 15 years as a debt purchaser and collector. With a knack for understanding and leveraging data to make informed decisions, he is able to help agents increase business and target specific markets.

When not crunching numbers, you can find Brian on the golf course, supporting his wife Sasha’s thriving art career, or enjoying his newest role- rescuing abandoned animals. Given his extreme attention to detail, Brian understands that even the small things matter. He recognizes that it’s a privilege to be in a position to care and speak for the “least of these.”

Courtney Mitchell
Escrow Officer, LPO
Courtney entered the industry while still in high school by supporting her mother’s real estate business. Years later she transitioned to a career in title and escrow and has become one of the Valley’s most trusted escrow officers. She enjoys the unique challenges of each transaction and finding creative solutions to meet the individual needs of clients.

Raised in Entiat, she is a graduate of Entiat High School and continues to live there with her family. When she does step away from the office, you can find Courtney spending time outdoors with her family and supporting her kids’ sports and activities.
Teddie SHales
A 21-year industry veteran, Teddie Shales has built a strong reputation thanks to her friendly personality and obvious love of people. As an Escrow Officer, her favorite part of her job is witnessing her clients’ excitement at signings, knowing that they are taking a big step toward realizing a dream.

While the Wenatchee Valley has been home for well over 20 years, Teddie spent 4 years living in the Middle East, where she taught preschool in Abu Dhabi.
Yaneli Perez
Escrow Assistant, Marketing

Yaneli began her escrow career in 2020 and quickly realized a passion for helping first-time homebuyers through the transaction. She understands that the process can be confusing and enjoys walking clients through the process and maintaining close contact through to completion. Yaneli was raised in Manson and recently moved to the Entiat Valley and has studied at the University of Washington and Eastern Washington University. Currently, she is studying Marketing at Western Governors University.

Yaneli is bilingual and enjoys providing photography and cinematography services to friends and family.

Carol Offill
Customer Relations Manager

Carol has an extensive background in the industry, having spent 10 years in real estate and brings an additional 15 years of experience in title and escrow to the company. This background has enhanced her natural attention to detail and allows her to ensure that every transaction is accurate and timely.

Carol enjoys meeting new people and the interaction with clients and team members and thrives when ensuring that clients are comfortable. She is often the first person that clients meet, and always makes a fantastic first impression.

A native of Ephrata, Carol moved to the Wenatchee Valley in 1991 and spends her free time gardening and camping with her family and two dogs. She is a lover of Hawaiian culture and tries to visit once each year.

rhonda Yarnell
Rhonda Yarnell has been with Pioneer Title Company for over 25 years. She started as a “poster,” which had her recording paperwork at the courthouse and entering documents in the company’s title books. Nearly 3 decades later, research on various properties is still the favorite part of her work as a Title Officer.

A native of Oroville, Rhonda moved to Wenatchee in 1988 and enjoys spending as much time as possible with her grandkids.
Tyler Robinson
title officer

As a Title Officer, Tyler Robinson loves examining title reports to learn the history of each property that crosses his busy desk. And, having worked as a bartender for 12 years, Tyler is a pro at keeping track of details and loves working with diverse personalities.

A Wenatchee native, Tyler enjoys spending time with his son, playing golf and Kokanee fishing with his family.

Carma figuerora
title assistant
Carma Figueroa is an Escrow and Title Assistant who is currently studying for the LPO exam. Her warm personality is a perfect complement to this busy environment. Carma has worked for Brian for 15 years and managed thousands of lawsuits in collection litigation. Brian relies on her to humbly fill any role that has an immediate need, or tackle special projects as they arise.

Having served two missions to Guatemala, Carma has a knack for cooking a variety of delicious Spanish dishes.
Rachel Brunner
Rachel Brunner brings her three decades of business experience to the company, ensuring that the work behind the scenes keeps pace with front office closings. Her extreme attention to detail keeps the finances of the firm flowing in the right direction at all times.

Originally from Pendelton, Rachel moved to the Wenatchee Valley in the early 80s, and has enjoyed tending her flower gardens and sewing costumes for various high school stage productions ever since.