Realtor Honors Award Winners and New Board of Directors |

Realtor Honors Award Winners and New Board of Directors

Richard Morris, real estate broker with Gold Star Realty, of Rifle, and Joe Carpenter, of Land Title Guarantee Co., of Glenwood Springs, were honored as 2005 Realtor of the Year and 2005 Affiliate of the Year, respectively, at the Glenwood Springs Association of Realtors Annual Inaugural and Awards Luncheon on Oct. 12, at Rivers restaurant.The Realtor of the Year Award is the most prestigious award given by the GSAR and honors a distinguished career within the Realtor organization. The Affiliate of the Year Award characterizes the essence of impeccable business standards and is someone who works with the Realtors of the area to provide the consumer with excellent service. This is the second consecutive year Joe has won this award. Both awards were presented by the 2004 Realtor of the Year recipient, Amy Luetke, broker/owner of The Property Shop Inc., Glenwood Springs.Newly elected officers for the 2005-06 board of directors were sworn in by Michael Labout, 2006 president of the Colorado Association of Realtors. They include Bob Fullerton, Glenwood Brokers, president; TJ Guccini, Rocky Mountain Realtors, New Castle, vice president; Debbie Eberspecher, Colorado Heritage Real Estate, Battlement Mesa, secretary/treasurer; and Jack Pretti, Colorado Heritage Real Estate, Battlement Mesa, CAR director. Not in attendance were Marci Pattillo, The Property Shop, immediate past president and CAR director, and Danette Dickey, Colorado Heritage Real Estate, Rifle, president-elect. Three appointed directors serving on the 2006 board include Brad Mastro, Buzick & Associates, Glenwood Springs; Francisco Ruiz, Mi Casita Real Estate, Glenwood Springs; and Bill Blanton, Mason & Morse Real Estate, Carbondale.The Glenwood Springs Association of Realtors has a membership of nearly 300 individual Realtors who work in 80 offices from Parachute to Basalt, as well as 50 affiliate members.

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