REALTOR® Mary Johnson’s Charity ‘Kindness Above Everything’ (KAE) Wins Award

Mary Johnson
Mary Johnson (left) of Realty Executives Elite Ltd. receives the Ontario REALTORS Care Foundation Spirit Award at the Ontario Real Estate Association’s 2015 Leadership Conference in Toronto.

For Mary Johnson of Realty Executives Elite Ltd. in London Ontario, home is most definitely where the heart is.  Johnson has helped countless families find homes throughout her diverse, nearly 20-year career in real estate, and also mentors real estate professionals in her role as Owner of one of London, Ontario’s top brokerages.  Her consideration for others, attention to detail, tenacity and hard work extends beyond the everyday operations of Realty Executives Elite Ltd. and the London real estate market, and deep into the community Johnson serves.

“Mary has, for many years, been quietly helping people in need, always operating under the radar and not bringing any attention to herself,” said Carl Vandergoot, President of the London St. Thomas Association of REALTORS®.

At the Ontario Real Estate Association’s 2015 Leadership Conference in Toronto,  Johnson was awarded the Ontario REALTORS Care Foundation Spirit Award, in honor of the charitable work she does through an organization she founded, Kindness Above Everything (KAE), which exists “to improve the lives of local impoverished families through financial support.”  KAE connects with local agencies to find the hidden needs of families in the community, ranging from children to seniors.

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For more information about KAE, contact Mary Johnson at maryjohnson@realtyexecutives.com.

Realty Executives Premier to Restore 1927 Building

Mike and Pam TezakHistorical renovations are well underway at 310 E. Lincolnway in Valparaiso, Indiana, where Michael and Pam Tezak of Realty Executives Premier have operated their business for seven years.   Last month the Tezaks purchased the building and immediately began renovations, with plans to restore their office space to it’s original 1927 look.

The Chicago Tribune featured the Tezak’s story recently — click here for more.