Oklahoma Association of Realtors announces 2014 leadership

The association's next leaders hail from Tulsa, Oklahoma City and Ada.
by Richard Mize Modified: October 4, 2013 at 11:00 pm •  Published: October 3, 2013

Realtors Mary Terry, of Ada; Kacy Bell, of Tulsa; Chuck Harris, of Oklahoma City; and Pete Galbraith, of Tulsa, will lead the Oklahoma Association of Realtors and help guide state real estate policy in 2014.

The officers were selected at the recent association convention and conference in Norman: Terry, president; Bell, president-elect; Harris, treasurer; and Galbraith, secretary.

“This year's new leadership brings a wealth of real estate knowledge to the helm of this statewide organization,” said Joe Pryor, outgoing president, an associate of Redbud Realty & Associates in Edmond. “Those of us in the industry here in Oklahoma can't wait to see what initiatives this new team will take on first.”

•  As president, Terry will represent the association to the public, government entities and other organizations, as well as attend National Association of Realtors events. She will be responsible for installing directors at local boards of Realtors throughout the state and managing committees of the Oklahoma Association of Realtors.

Founder of Mary Terry & Associates Real Estate in Ada, Terry has served the association for more than a decade, previously acting as president-elect, treasurer, secretary, district vice president and state director. She holds the Accredited Buyer's Representative designation. She was 2007 Realtor of the Year in Ada and was the Ada Board of Realtors' Associate of the Year in 1997.

“We're excited to be coming together to lead OAR members toward a vision for the future,” Terry said. “We are all veterans of the industry and the organization, so we hope to use our experience and the great work of our predecessors to shape a fresh outlook for real estate.”

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by Richard Mize
Real Estate Editor
Real estate editor Richard Mize has edited The Oklahoman's weekly residential real estate section and covered housing, commercial real estate, construction, development, finance and related business since 1999. From 1989 to 1999, he worked...
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