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WSRAR honors members

WSRAR honors members
November 27
00:00 2013

(pictured above: David Cooper poses with his award.)

The Winston-Salem Regional Association of Realtors (WSRAR) handed out several honors last week.
David Cooper was the 2013 Thomas W. Lambe Jr. Hall of Fame inductee, an honor that recognizes WSRAR members who have been active for at least 10 years and have made contributions to the real estate industry and WSRAR organization that have had an enduring effect.

Cooper, the owner of Cooper Realty, has been a member of WSRAR since 1977.
“David has so much knowledge of the real estate industry and has endured the highs and lows of our business,” said WSRAR President Kristina Farrell. “He has such a positive attitude and is a great addition to the list of Hall of Fame inductees.”

Charles Miller was named the 2013 Realtor of the Year for making significant contributions to the real-estate industry through professional and volunteer endeavors.
Miller has been in real estate since 1981 and is the CEO of Miller Hatcher Commercial Real Estate.

“Charles has served in many capacities for our Association, including the Realtors Commercial Division president in 2011. Charles is always willing to volunteer and serve our Association,” Farrell said.

Jeff MacIntosh (center) accepts his award from Jody Peske (left) and WSRAR President Kristina Farrell.

Jeff MacIntosh (center) accepts his award from Jody Peske (left) and WSRAR President Kristina Farrell.

City Council Member-Elect Jeff MacIntosh received the 2013 Citizenship Award. The honor was established in 1990 to recognize realtors for their contributions to the betterment of their community through outstanding public service.

MacIntosh has been in real estate since 1985. He is a broker with Leonard Ryden Burr Real Estate. He currently serves on the Business 40 Task Force Committee, the Peters Creek Community Initiative, the Living Room Board and the Advisory Board for the Holly Avenue Neighborhood Association.

“Jeff has volunteered in many capacities for our Association as well as in the community,” Farrell said.

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