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Fraser Valley Real Estate Board announced

Langley Homelife Benchmark Realty’s Jorda Maisey has been elected as a director for the Fraser Valley Real Estate Board.
Abbotsford’s Sukh Sidhu and Ron Rodson, (both of RE/MAX Little Oak Realty) will be president and vice-president, respectively.
Surrey’s Scott Olson (Macdonald Realty Olympic) is the president-elect.
Past president Deanna Horn, of Langley’s RE/MAX Treeland Realty, will serve as a member of the directorate.
The directors will be
Stephen Gammer, Macdonald Commercial Real Estate Services, Surrey
Ishaq Ismail, Century 21 Coastal Realty, Surrey
Jorda Maisey, Homelife Benchmark Realty, Langley
Mohamed Mansour, Sutton Group – Medallion Realty, Surrey
Sharon Wayman, Sutton – Premier Realty, Surrey
Ray Werger, Royal LePage Coronation Park, Surrey
Also serving on the Board of Directors, elected prior to the AGM:
Ralph Visser, Century 21 Ace Agencies Ltd., Abbotsford (chair Brokers Council)
Charles Wiebe, Landmark Realty, Abbotsford (chair Commercial Executive Council)
The new board takes office on March 1.

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