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RE/MAX Suburban Broker Associates Honored For Sales Achievements

A number of Glen Ellyn and Wheaton broker associated were granted membership in honorary clubs from RE/MAX.

Broker associates at RE/MAX Suburban in Glen Ellyn and Wheaton were honored recently for their sales successes in 2012.

Both the Glen Ellyn and Wheaton associates were named to membership into one of five honorary clubs, each recognizing a level of sales achievement.

Associates at RE/MAX Suburban Wheaton were named to the following honorary clubs:

Chairman’s Club: Lance Kammes — Members annual sales achievements place them among the industry’s most successful professionals.

Platinum Club: Sue Hedlund — Membership in the Platinum Club goes to an exceptionally productive group of RE/MAX affiliates. 

100% Club: Florence Chillemi, Laura Gates-Keogh, Kathryn Loth, Susann Rhoades, Roger Rossi, Cheryl Shurtz and Lizz Sokolowski — Those who earn membership in the 100% Club have reached an outstanding level of sales productivity. 

Executive Club: Donna Karner, Sherwood Kraemer, Fred Nelson, Jack Nies, Steve Randolph and Don Westerholm — Executive Club membership recognizes a group of affiliates whose sales productivity is well above the industry norm.

Lifetime Achievement: Lizz Sokolowsk — RE/MAX recognizes its broker associates for outstanding achievements made during their RE/MAX career

 Hall of Fame Honors: Susann Rhoades, Cheryl Shurtz and Tony Stefancic — Inducted into the RE/MAX Hall of Fame for helping a minimum of 350 clients close real estate transactions.  

Associates at RE/MAX Suburban Glen Ellyn were named to the following honorary clubs:

100% Club: Nanette Bauer, Lisa Cleaver, Jane Lampert, Litsa Lekatsos, Karen Lippoldt, Mary Beth Lynch, Haya Miller, Cindy Purdom and Garry Vallo — Those who earn membership in the 100% Club have reached an outstanding level of sales productivity.

Executive Club: Pat Borland, Leigh Borland, Kathy Iaccino, Barbara Oborne and Cynthia Voss — Executive Club membership recognizes a group of affiliates whose sales productivity is well above the industry norm. 

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