Nancy Youngblood Dearnley


Nancy is a graduate of the University of Georgia with a degree in animal sciences.  Her original plan was to attend vet school but after graduation she decided that veterinary medicine was not her calling.  In the mid 1990’s Nancy built her first home when a local builder went out of business and forfeited a lot that her father had developed back to his company.  Armed with only a set of plans and a foundation put in place by the previous builder, Nancy’s father encouraged her to finish the home.  The second house that Nancy built was her personal home that she and her husband, Scott, lived in for 18 years.  It was after building this home that Nancy decided she wanted to make a career out of homebuilding.  In August of 1997, Nancy and her father, Richard H. Youngblood Jr., founded Youngblood Properties LLC and the rest is history. Since then Youngblood Properties has become one of Richmond’s premier custom home builders. Nancy has served on the Board of HBAR (Home Building Association of Richmond) as well the executive committee of the Sales and Marketing Council.  Youngblood Properties is also a member of HBAV (Home Builders Association of Virginia) and NAHB (National Association of Homebuilders).  Nancy is also very active in the community as a volunteer at the Richmond Animal League and Richardson’s Rescue.  Her dedication and hard work has saved the lives of countless Richmond area animals.  Outside of work, Nancy enjoys traveling, boating, shopping, floral design, and spending time with her beloved cats and golden retrievers, Jake and Elwood.

Dick Youngblood


Dick is a graduate of Virginia Military Institute with a degree in civil engineering.  After graduation he served as an engineer with the United States Air Force for four year in Atlanta, GA.  After leaving the military, Dick joined the engineering firm of Wilbur Smith and Associates in Columbia, SC.  An assignment with this firm to design roads for Henrico County brought Dick to the Richmond area in the mid 1960’s.  In 1971 he left Wilbur Smith and formed the engineering firm Bremner, Youngblood & King which changed to Youngblood, Tyler & Associates PC in 1980 and is still in business today.  Dick helped develop many notable subdivisions all around the Richmond area such as Wynham, Wellsley, Cedar Chase, Ashcake Station, and more.  Outside of work Dick enjoys boating, fishing, gardening, travel, and spending time in Wilmington, NC where he was born and raised.

Judy Youngblood


Judy grew up in Lexington, VA.  It was there she met Dick Youngblood while he was attending VMI. After their marriage, Judy worked for Georgia State University in Atlanta while Dick was stationed there with the Air Force.  When life brought the Youngblood family to Richmond, Judy went to work for Porter Realty, a commercial real estate company, as an office manager and bookkeeper.   She worked at Porter for 25 years before retiring.  After a short but sweet retirement, Judy and agreed to re-enter the workforce to handle bookkeeping and office duties for Youngblood Properties, LLC.  She is truly the glue that holds the back end of the business together.  In her spare time Judy enjoys playing the piano and organ, sewing, gardening, going to beach, and spending time with her children and cats.

Jeffrey Jarrelle


Jeff graduated from Midlothian High School in 1977 and started his career in the residential carpentry trade.  In 1982, he opened his own carpentry business, J.E. Jarrelle Contractors, where he worked with many area home builders.  Jeff formed a relationship with W.L. Stinson Inc. in 1987 when he was hired as a framing subcontractor.  His role transitioned into superintendent in 1995 and he worked in that capacity until Stinson retired from the construction business in 2014.  Shortly thereafter, he came aboard with Youngblood Properties as the newest member of the team. Over the past 40 years, Jeff has been involved in countless custom home builds.  He has truly seen it all!  In his free time, Jeff enjoys spending time with his family and friends and riding his motorcycles.

Dan Luttrell


Dan completed a 10,000 hour apprenticeship at Newport News Shipbuilding and then spent another 5 years there as a submarine hydraulics system designer.  At Reynolds Metals Company as Development Engineer, he designed and implemented conveying systems for aluminum cans for 10 years.  After that, he was promoted to Technical Services Engineer, working another 10 years, primarily in the beverage packaging industry.  Since 2005, after learning residential construction techniques, Dan has been employed by Youngblood Properties as Construction Manager and Superintendent.  He is an absolute craftsman and approaches everything he does with an eye towards detail.  Now approaching retirement, Dan enjoys spending his spare time with grandchildren and in his shop producing artistic woodturning.  He has been an officer of Richmond Woodturners, promoting woodturning, for 17 years.

Scott Dearnley


Scott is married to Nancy Youngblood Dearnley, a founding member of Youngblood Properties, and has been their sales manager in 2006.  Scott graduated cum laude from Hampden-Sydney College with a degree in economics and received his accounting degree from the College of William and Mary.  He began his career in the early 1990’s with the accounting firm Deloitte & Touche.  After 6 years in public accounting, Scott moved into industry as an accounting manager with Massey Energy.  It was Nancy who convinced Scott that real estate may be an exciting and dynamic alternative to his career in corporate accounting.  That is when it all began and Scott has not looked back.  Currently an associate broker with Joyner Fine Properties, he excels in both new home sales and re-sales.  Sales volume awards include being a RAR Distinguished Achiever since 2004 and a Top 10 producer for Joyner Fine Properties since 2007.  Outside of the office, fishing, boating, travel, cooking, music, tae kwon do, his pets, and volunteer work keep Scott very busy.  For additional information on Scott, please visit his website at www.ScottDearnley.com.