SOURCE: Georgia Association of Realtors

Georgia Association of REALTORS

February 27, 2012 14:00 ET

Georgia REALTORS® Induct First Hall of Fame Class

Georgia Senator Johnny Isakson Among Those Honored

ATLANTA, GA--(Marketwire - Feb 27, 2012) - Bill Boatman, 2012 President of the Georgia Association of REALTORS® (GAR), announces the inaugural class of the Georgia REALTORS® Hall of Fame.

The Hall of Fame recognizes members of GAR who have demonstrated consistent support of the REALTOR® organization for at least 30 years, and who have had a strong influence in the real estate industry. GAR named 14 individuals to its first Hall of Fame class. These individuals set the bar for the Hall of Fame, having proven themselves as champions of the REALTOR® association and captains of industry. The 2012 Georgia REALTORS® Hall of Fame is comprised of the following outstanding individuals:

  • John W. Cox*, Dunwoody
  • Bob Disharoon*, Fayetteville
  • George Holtzman, Hinesville
  • Ed Isakson*, Atlanta
  • U.S. Senator Johnny Isakson, Atlanta
  • R. Neal Jackson, Monroe
  • Al H. Jennings, Jr.*, Atlanta
  • Harriet Konter, Savannah
  • Lawrence J. Konter*, Savannah
  • Harry Norman, Jr.*, Atlanta
  • J. Carl Schultz, Atlanta
  • Tony Serkadakis*, Marietta
  • John S. Thibadeau, Sr., Cumming
  • Ward Wight, Sr.*, Atlanta

"These individuals represent the best of the best in real estate in Georgia, past and present," said Boatman. "Georgia REALTOR® Hall of Fame honorees are an example of what every REALTOR® should strive to be."

The Georgia Association of REALTORS® is a voluntary professional association of approximately 26,000 licensed real estate brokers and salespersons engaged in all aspects of the real estate business throughout Georgia. GAR is the leading advocate for the real estate industry in Georgia, committed to protecting private property rights and free enterprise, maintaining ethical and professional standards, and enhancing the public's awareness and confidence in REALTORS®.

*Please note that asterisk (*) indicates honorees who are deceased.

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