Congrats to all of our award winning members! 


2016 REALTOR of the Year

Kimberly LaFleur 



 




The Greater Manchester Nashua Board of REALTORS® honors the REALTOR® who exemplifies the high standards of service and ethical behavior for their local board.  The REALTOR® of the Year applications are overseen by a committee each year that includes: the previous years ROTY and the previous year’s AOTY.  In addition, the current President of the board appoints 4 additional members to serve on this evaluation committee. 

The primary purpose of the GMNBR honor of REALTOR® of the Year is to encourage board participation, continued education, and service to the local board for its members at large.  Applicants for the REALTOR® of the Year Award will be evaluated by the points associated with their participation and service to the local board for the one year period identified at the top of this application. 






2016 Affiliate of the Year

Martha Cossey


 




The Greater Manchester Nashua Board of REALTORS® honors the Affiliate who exemplifies the high standards of service and ethical behavior for their local board.  The Affiliate of the Year applications are overseen by a committee each year that includes: the previous year’s ROTY and the previous year’s AOTY.  In addition, the current President of the board appoints 4 additional members to serve on this evaluation committee.

The primary purpose of the GMNBR honor of Affiliate of the Year is to encourage board participation, support, and service to the local board for its members at large.

Applicants for the Affiliate of the Year Award will be evaluated by the points associated with their participation and service to the local board for the one year period identified at the top of this application. 



2016 Good Neighbor Recipient

Peter Dalrymple





Established in 2002, the GMNBR Good Neighbor Award recognizes GMNBR REALTOR® members who have made an extraordinary commitment to improving the quality of life in their communities through volunteerism. Among the activities that qualify for consideration are involvements in affordable housing issues, efforts to improve the quality of education in an area, supporting community youth activities and work on other community based, not for profit agencies.
 
Nominees will be judged on their level of personal contribution to the community as well as their impact as a role model for other REALTORS®. The Good Neighbor Award is intended to recognize individual contributions not association or company wide efforts. The Good Neighbor Award recipient will receive a $1,000 donation to a charity of their choice on their behalf.