Lindeman receives award for dedication

MOUNT VERNON — The Knox County Board of Realtors recognized its best at a year-end banquet Thursday at the Mount Vernon Country Club.

“I think we can all agree that the most important element in real estate is people — building relationships with one another,” said past president and emcee Sibley Poland.

Al Lindeman was the top award recipient of the evening, earning the Crystal Mile Award from the board. The award goes to someone who has served on the board of directors, as an officer and committee chairman and someone who has gone above and beyond with their time and service for the organization.

“For the past 30 years, he’s dedicated himself to his real estate career. He’s been involved in so many aspects, including chairing the golf committee,” Poland said.

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  • Joshua Morrison/News Al Lindeman was awarded the Crystal Mile Award for his dedication and service to the Knox County Board of Realtors during a banquet Thursday at the Mount Vernon Country Club.
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  • Joshua Morrison/News New officers were sworn in at the yearly Knox County Board of Realtors banquet held at the Mount Vernon Country Club on Thursday night. From left, director Shad Bevington, director Jeff Kusner, president Rogena Shank, vice president Gina Oswalt, past president Martha Edelblute and secretary/treasurer Chris Harmon.

 

Fred Main: 740-397-5333 or fmain@mountvernonnews.com and on Twitter, @mountvernonnews

 

 

 

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