The Grand County’s Association of Realtors presented its Realtor of the Year Award and first-ever Distinguished Service Award, honoring two members for their service to the community and in particular their assistance in the recovery efforts of East Troublesome Fire.
Andrea Cox, broker and owner of Re/Max Resorts of Grand County, is the 2021 Grand County Realtor of the Year in recognition of his 31 years in the real estate industry and his three years with the Grand County Board of Realtors.
In addition to his work in real estate, Cox has also received the award for his involvement with community organizations such as the National Sports Center for the Disabled, Grand Lake Historical Society, Grand County Arts Council, Grand Lake Yacht Club and the Children’s Hospital of Denver.
Additionally, Brenda Freeman of LIV Sotheby’s International Realty received the Distinguished Service Award for her work assisting community members affected by the East Troublesome Fire.
Both Cox and Freeman helped organize and raise money for the East Troublesome Fire Recovery Fund and helped create the Adopt-a-Family Committee to provide food and clothing to families who had lost their homes. House.
Freeman also volunteered for a housing campaign with Grand County Economic Development to find temporary housing for those displaced in the fire and served on the Colorado Association of Realtors Wildfire Grant Committee.
The Grand County Association of Realtors also named its 2021-2022 Board of Directors on September 16. The President is Carrie George from Keller Williams Top of the Rockies Real Estate and the President-Elect is Carrie Flynn from Real Estate of Winter Park.
The two general managers are Monica Anderson of Re/Max Peak to Peak and Angela Sandstrom of West and Main Homes. Cox is this year’s Secretary and Treasurer and Past President is Nicola Dixon of Keller Williams Advantage Realty.
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