Meg moved to Dallas in the 1970’s and began her real estate career in the late 1980’s. While here, she established her community involvement with board memberships in the North Texas Food Bank, the Dallas County Historical Foundation, the Dallas Sesquicentennial Committee, the Dallas Welcoming Committee, and the Leadership Dallas Alumni. She was a member of the State Fair of Texas – Chairman’s Task Force, The University of Texas Alumni Executive Committee and the Charter 100.
She served as Chairman of the Dallas County Youth Services Board, the Dealey Plaza National Historic Landmark Designation for the Dallas Historical Foundation and the Dallas “40”.
In 2006, she moved to Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and continued her real estate career and community involvement with the First United Methodist Church, Leadership Baton Rouge Alumni, the Capital Area Network Group and the Mid-City Redevelopment Alliance board memberships.
Returning to Dallas in early 2017, she joined the Dave Perry Miller – Park Cities Office to continue selling real estate and to be closer to her daughter Paige Furr and her husband, John Rader. Her other daughter, Liz Vint Neveau and her husband Charley Neveau live in Enterprise, Oregon. Meg has 2 grand children in Oregon and 4 grandchildren in Dallas. When not helping her clients with their needs, she gardens, hikes, rides her bicycle and chases after her dog, Orla Jane.