The Arizona REALTORS® recognized several members with awards for leadership, professional achievement and philanthropy at the association’s recent conference in Tucson.
Evan Fuchs of Bullhead Laughlin Realty in Bullhead City received the Tyler Strout Vision Award, given to a real estate professional who elevates the profile of Realtors and “exemplifies the association’s vision of the best prepared real estate practitioner with the highest standards,” a news release said.
The Arthur G. Crozier Distinguished Service Award was presented to Jerome King, of Long Realty Referral Associates in Tucson, for his service to the association and its “strategic focus areas.”
Travis Joralmon, of Realty One Group Mountain Desert in Flagstaff, received the Community Outreach Award for his work with the Special Olympics for more than 20 years.
The West and Southeast Valley of the REALTORS (WeSERV) received the Community Outreach Award for a Local Association for its secure lockbox program, providing free lockboxes primarily for older residents who may live alone or have a physical or medical condition. It allows emergency services personnel to access a home in emergency situations.
The Arizona Realtors also announced during the conference that the association donated $50,000 to the Florida REALTORS® Disaster Relief Fund to provide flood relief in Florida following Hurricane Ian.