About TridentTrident Rentals is a family owned, full service property management company proudly offering rentals in Shelter Cove, Palmetto Dunes, Shipyard and Sea Pines, as well as other prime Hilton Head Island locations.
General Manager and Broker in Charge, Charleston native Cecile O'Neill Eck is former owner of Charleston Resort Properties. She managed over 80 homes and villas in Wild Dunes, Isle of Palms, Kiawah and Seabrook. Licensed since 1983, Cele leverages her four decades of active property management experience for Trident.
Cele is current President of the Lowcountry Property Managers Association, where she has served as a Board Member for the past 8 years. Cecile serves as a member of the Town of Hilton Head Accommodations and Tax Advisory (ATAX) Board. A member of St. Francis by the Sea and an avid Gamecock football fan, Cele is mother of three adult children (who all worked in the family business) and grandmother of two. She can be seen most Saturdays during the summer personally checking properties and greeting arriving guests.
A 13-year island resident, Annie is originally from the Cape Cod area, where she owned and operated a painting contractor business. She is a certified stager and will enthusiastically assist owners with repairs and renovation items upon request.
Roz has lived on Hilton Head Island for over 10 years and is our resident "boat lady". She and husband Shawn live on their boat in Shelter Cove Harbour, a rich environment providing her with all the inside scoop on island activities. Roz works as our administrative assistant, books reservations and is always busy greeting guests who come into the office.
Our behind-the-scenes "Jack of all trades", John recently completed his MBA focused on financial analysis, revenue projections and data collection. He is also known to deliver gas tanks, change batteries and provide needed minor maintenance to keep our properties compliant and guests happy.
Our creative techno-geek, Tami commandeers our online SaaS providers, assists with our marketing campaigns, and lends understanding to those of us who may have been born last century. (She was too.)