Realtor members honored

MIAMI COUNTY — The Midwestern Ohio Association of Realtors (MOAR) recently held their mock trial and annual meeting. During the annual meeting the following members were recognized for their excellence and contributions to the association.

• Julie Beougher of Evans Title Agency in Tipp City was awarded the Affiliate of the Year. Julie accepted the award that recognizes affiliate members for their service and commitment to the MOAR association through committee participation, leadership positions and support of MOAR programs.

• Eddie Miller of Galbreath Realtors in Troy was presented the Rookie of the Year award. This award is given to new realtors who been licensed in the real estate industry for less than two years and who have demonstrated their professionalism and promise for the future, support the MOAR association and further their education.

• Jeri Barlage and Linda Murray of HER Realtors in Troy were awarded the Best Co-op award. This award exemplifies the realtors who are courteous and professional and go the extra mile to ensure a positive experience for all parties in a real estate transaction.

• Malia Hughes of Choice Properties Real Estate in West Liberty was recognized as Professional of the Year. This award is presented to members who embody the outstanding attributes of the realtors professional. This award recognizes those who have made the commitment to their Association, their communities and the real estate industry with their service and dedication. These realtors show their professionalism in their interactions with their clients and other realtors.

• Matthew Watercutter of HER Realtors in Troy was awarded the Broker of the Year. This award is given to a broker who contributes to their association, encourages their agents to participate and gives of their time, knowledge and leadership skills.

The Midwestern Ohio Association of Realtors has more than 475 realtors and affiliate members in Auglaize, Champaign, Logan, Mercer, Miami and Shelby counties.

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