Realtor association members earn emeritus status


Real estate professionals in the area were honored with Realtor Emeritus status during the South Metro Denver Realtor Association weekly Metro Market Pulse meeting July 12.

According to a news release, the honor recognizes the honorees' contributions to the real estate profession and service to the communities they serve. The recipients boast 40 years of cumulative membership in the National Association of Realtors.

The honorees:

Marilyn Brath, RE/MAX Structure; Jeffrey Burke, J.S Burke, Broker; Paul Finger, Paul Finger & Associates Inc.; Richard Guntren, Guntren Real Estate, Inc.; Jay Holliday, Holliday Properties; Douglas James, RE/MAX Masters Millennium; Larry McCain, McCain R.E.; Lori Magazine, RE/MAX Masters Millennium; James Murrell, RE/MAX Masters Millennium; Barbara Remillong, HomeSmart Realty Group; Arnold Stein, RE/MAX Masters Millennium; and Mary Sue Tate, RE/MAX Masters Millennium.

“The South Metro Denver Realtor Association's membership includes some of the nation's top producing Realtors, and they are all dedicated to superior customer service and the advancement of the real estate industry,” Marcel Savoie, chairman of the board of the South Metro Denver Realtor Association, said in a news release. “Those who earn the emeritus distinction represent the best of the best. Forty years of service to their clients, our association, NAR, and the communities that have helped fuel a remarkably success career in real estate is an extraordinary accomplishment. On behalf of our staff, membership, and affiliates, we wish to congratulate them on their achievements.”

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