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April, 2016 - Issue #138
Pam Ingram was the 2015 recipient of RE/MAX of Valencia & Santa Clarita
Pam Ingram was the 2015 recipient of RE/MAX of Valencia & Santa Clarita's Power of One Philanthropic Service Award.
"It's not just about selling houses," says Dave Rendall, owner of RE/MAX Valencia & Santa Clarita. "Our company is about 'community' - building it, cultivating it, investing in it. Every one of our agents is 100-percent committed to doing best by their clients and Santa Clarita, and I love rewarding those who consistently go above and beyond. Our most recent award winners epitomize how the combination of knowledge, experience and service can deeply benefit both
the consumer and the community."

From top left: Carol Anderson, Monica Barkley, Kathy Bost, Helen LaPrairie, Mike Lebecki, Paris Macivor, Ed Poulin, Miquel Soler, Sandy Troxell, Kathy Watterson and Neal Weichel
From top left: Carol Anderson, Monica Barkley, Kathy Bost, Helen LaPrairie, Mike Lebecki, Paris Macivor, Ed Poulin, Miquel Soler, Sandy Troxell, Kathy Watterson and Neal Weichel
Recently, Santa Clarita's number-one real estate company celebrated together while recognizing the brand's 2015 top agents and most philanthropic Realtor.

First up was the "Portrait of a Champion" award winners. These incredible agents aren't just top sales producers; they've proven time and time again that community relationships are the backbone of success in business - and life.

Carol Anderson, Monica Barkley, Kathy Bost, Helen LaPrairie, Mike Lebecki, Paris Macivor, Ed Poulin, Miquel Soler, Sandy Troxell, Kathy Watterson and Neal Weichel each have placed in RE/MAX of Valencia's top 10 at least five times. These 11 talented community supporters are responsible for over $5.5 billion in sales since the year 2000 and have assisted over 12,000 families buy or sell their home in that same time period. The portraits of these committed Realtors hang proudly in the office in Santa Clarita.

The Power of One Philanthropic Service Award went to RE/MAX Realtor Pam Ingram. Says Rendall, "Our clients and members of our community look to us for guidance on so many levels. We each seek to be a guiding light and example of service in Santa Clarita and beyond. It's said that, 'The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.' Pam Ingram embodies just that." Ingram has served as a president of Soroptimist; tirelessly committed herself to the SCV Chamber of Commerce; worked as president of the board for the Betty Ferguson Foundation; was a sponsor chair for the Women's Counsel at COC; and much, much more.
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