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Peter Sieglaff

Peter Sieglaff was educated at Deerfield Academy, Harvard College, and the University of Virginia Law School. After college, he served four years in the Navy as an officer in submarines. After law school, Peter moved to Wilmington, Delaware, where he practiced law as a partner of Potter, Anderson and Corroon for 20 years. Peter vacationed in Boca Grande beginning in 1968 and moved to the Island in 1991. He began his real estate career in 1992 with the opening of the Buyer’s Broker of Boca Grande. Peter joined Gulf to Bay in 2004 and has bought or sold over 100 properties on Gasparilla Island. The Steffan • Sieglaff Team represented the Gasparilla Island Conservation Association for its purchase of the $20 million 30 acre conservation tract at the gateway to the Island. He has served on the Board of Directors of the Island School, the Boca Grande Health Clinic Foundation, and the Gasparilla Island Conservation and Improvement Association.  Peter has three children, seven grandchil- dren and enjoys golf, fly fishing and an occasional game of poker. He is a member of the Gasparilla Inn Beach Club and Golf Club. Peter lives, works and plays on the Island. 

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Angela Steffan

Angela Steffan moved to Boca Grande in 2009 when her husband, Dr. Michael Steffan, accepted the position as Medical Director of the Boca Grande Health Clinic. Angela is the President of the Boca Grande Preschool Board, is active at Our Lady of Mercy Catholic Church, has served on the board of the Gasparilla Island Conservation and Improvement Association, and is the past President of the Boca Grande Women’s Club. Her real estate career started at Crye-Leike in Memphis, Tennessee in 2004 and she is currently partnered with Peter and Zeke Sieglaff working as The Steffan • Sieglaff Team at Gulf to Bay Sotheby’s International Realty. A degree in Chemical Engineering from Christian Brothers University in Memphis and her seven years with IBM as a systems engineer laid the groundwork for her hard working “can-do” approach to real estate. A lifetime of community service and dedication to supporting family has molded her into the conscientious real estate advisor that will guide you through your important lifestyle/home buying or selling decisions. She and her husband Michael have four children ages 29-39 working in Baltimore, Winter Park, and New Orleans and two “adorable grandchildren”. Angela and Mike live in Boca Bay and are members of the Boca Bay Pass Club, the Gasparilla Inn Beach and Golf Club, and the Boca Grande Club and she enjoys fishing, golf, boating, paddle boarding and cooking. 

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Zeke Sieglaff

Zeke grew up in Wilmington, Delaware and was educated at the Holderness School in Plymouth, New Hampshire and graduated with a BA in history from Denison University in Granville, Ohio. Annual vacations to Boca Grande began at the age of two. After college he spent a year in Aspen Colorado, where his passion for fly fishing was born. During a “visit” to Boca Grande he caught his first saltwater fish on a fly on his first cast, a 125 pound Tarpon. We think the Tarpon caught him, making Boca Grande his home in 1992. Shortly thereafter Zeke got his real estate license and helped his father Peter open a real estate office on the Island. In 1997, Zeke and his wife Tory opened Boca Grande Outfitters and grew the business into an island institution. He also launched his guiding career, pursuing Tarpon on flies. They opened another shop in Tampa as well. Between his guiding and owning multiple retail stores, Zeke put his young real estate career on hold. His son and daughter were born and raised on Boca Grande. Zeke and Tory have spent time on various boards, including the Boca Grande Child Care Center and the Boca Grande Chamber of Commerce. Zeke and Tory left the Island in 2007 to pursue a larger retail opportunity on Philadelphia’s Main Line, creating Out There Outfitters. After a successful 10 year run in retail, Zeke and Tory sold the business and followed their hearts back to Boca Grande. In 2018 Zeke joined The Steffan•Sieglaff Team at Gulf to Bay Sotheby’s International Realty. Zeke is a member of the Scott Fly Rods Pro Staff as well as the Global Saltwater Angling Sales Manager for Eleven Experience, a luxury fly fishing and skiing travel company. He continues to guide clients each spring in pursuit of Tarpon.

The Steffan•Sieglaff Team had combined sales of over $64 million in 2018 and 2019. We are over $50 million to date in 2020.