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Executive and Audit Committees Named for 2002.

The Appraisal Institute's Executive Committee for 2002 will include: Tom Motta, MAI, SRA, President; Brian Glanville, MAI, Immediate Past President; Alan Hummel, SRA, President Elect; Gary Taylor, MAI, SRA, Vice President (nominated only at this time; to be confirmed in November); Dick Odom, MAI, Chair of the Regional Chairs Committee; Dick Powers, MAI, SRA (Region IV); Dave Hamilton, MAI, SRA (Region I); and two additional members from the Board of Directors, whom Motta will choose.

Two new members were also named to the Audit Committee for 2002; they are Tom Power, MAI, SRA, from Colorado and Matt Smith, MAI, SRA, from New York.
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Date:Jun 22, 2001
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