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Vancouver Island Real Estate Board elected new executive

Vancouver Island Real Estate Board elected new executive - Submitted photo
Vancouver Island Real Estate Board elected new executive
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Ladysmith Realtor Guy Bezeau was sworn in as the 2012 President of the Vancouver Island Real Estate Board (VIREB) at the professional organization’s Annual General Meeting held Feb. 24, 2012 at the Vancouver Island Conference Centre.

Also sworn in during the ceremony were President-Elect Gary Gray (Port Alberni) and Past-President Jim Stewart (Nanaimo).

The VIREB board of directors for 2012 include: Heather Parker (Campbell River), Corey Zaal (Comox Valley), Margo Hoffman and Frank Fairly (both from the Parksville — Qualicum Beach area), Jennifer Merilee (Nanaimo) and Jason Finlayson and Blair Herbert from the Cowichan Valley.

Dignitaries at the AGM included Canadian Real Estate Association Regional Director Moss Maloney, BC Real Estate Association (BCREA) President Rick Valouche and BCREA’s Director for Regional III Jennifer Lynch, Real Estate Foundation of BC (REFBC) Chief Executive Officer Jack Wong and REFBC Vice Chair Kelly Lerigny, Real Estate Council of BC’s Susan McGougan and Subhadra Ghose, Chilliwack and District Real Estate Board Executive Officer Steve Lerigny, Fraser Valley Real Estate Board Executive Officer Rob Philipp, and from the Victoria Real Estate Board Executive Officer David Corey and President-Elect Shelley Mann.

VIREB represents more than 1,000 REALTOR members in nearly 90 member offices on Vancouver Island (north of Victoria).

 

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