Scottsdale Area Association of REALTORS presents new elected leaders

The Scottsdale Area Association of REALTORS presents elected leaders for 2019 on behalf of Arizona real estate.

A celebratory reception marked the installation of the 2019 board of directors for the Scottsdale Area Association of REALTORS, according to a press release.

Since 1963, the group of Arizona REALTORS upholds and promotes the principles of ethical business practices in the real estate industry, the release said.

Board members represent the residential and commercial property real estate industry in the Scottsdale area and all are members of SAAR, the Arizona Association of REALTORS and the National Association of REALTORS, said the release.

“To serve as an officer or director of a trade association of this size is a big responsibility and an important commitment to our industry. These dedicated volunteers set the direction of our organization and they each bring unique strengths” says SAAR CEO Rebecca Grossman in a prepared statement.

The group of 13 elected and appointed leaders is headed by David Schmid, who was sworn in as president of the board for a one-year term.

Also celebrated that night were the accomplishments of SAAR members including: REALTOR of the Year, David Crozier; Affiliate of the Year, Thomas Uhlenberg, Emeritus REALTORS Odette Evans and Robyn Viktor and Citizen of the Year, Denise Resnick; as well as 16 graduates of the Leadership Academy.

Board members for 2019 include: President – David Schmid, President Elect – Sindy Ready, Vice President – Louis McCall, Treasurer – Jennifer Hillier, Immediate Past President – Becca Linnig, Directors: Paul Baker, Jan Green, Jay Jasper, Sandra Lunsford, Sean McGarry, Chris Nace, Peggy Neely and Affiliate Director – Thomas Newell.

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