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Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC recently announced the winners of the brand’s most prestigious awards during the company’s annual international conference, the 2015 Generation Blue Experience. The Chandler Barton Spirit, Preserving the Trust and Coldwell Banker Hero of the Year awards recognize the sales associate, manager, and broker/owner affiliated with the Coldwell Banker® brand who best exemplify leadership, business excellence, and service to others. The winners were nominated by their peers and selected from approximately 88,000 professionals affiliated with the Coldwell Banker network worldwide.

“The highest honors are given to those within the organization who go well beyond daily responsibilities to benefit communities worldwide,” says Budge Huskey, president and chief executive officer of Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC. “The 2015 recipients embody and preserve the brand’s heritage and core values.”

The 2015 winners of the company’s most prestigious awards are:

Coldwell Banker Chandler Barton Spirit Award
Rick Canup
, Principle Broker, CEO and Owner of Coldwell Banker Rick Canup, REALTORS®, in Lubbock, Texas.

Named after Chandler Barton, president of Coldwell Banker Real Estate from 1989 to 1996, this accolade honors a “can do” attitude and ongoing legacy that leaves a lasting impression on the Coldwell Banker network through an ability to overcome obstacles to achieve objectives.

Canup earned this year’s award for his 40-year career in real estate and infectiously positive spirit. He established his company in 1977 and became an affiliate of Coldwell Banker Real Estate in 1984. Canup is a renowned business figure in Lubbock and his firm is a leader in that market. His motto, “Do the right thing…Value others…Be the best…Choose life” personifies his commitment to the success of his sales associates and staff.

Coldwell Banker Preserving the Trust Award
Edward Prodehl, 
president and owner of Coldwell Banker Honig-Bell in Joliet, Ill.

The Preserving the Trust Award honors a member of the Coldwell Banker network who has consistently and successfully exemplified the heritage of high standards, trust, loyalty and customer service throughout his or her affiliation with the Coldwell Banker brand.

With 45 years of experience in the real estate industry, Prodehl’s success can be attributed to his strong character, smart business decisions, and integrating and investing himself into the communities where he has lived and worked. Over the course of his career, Prodehl has grown his company from 20 agents and two offices into a Midwest powerhouse with 1,200 agents and 51 offices with over 10,000 sides and more than $42 million in adjusted gross commission (AGC) revenue in 2014.

Coldwell Banker Hero of the Year Award
Coldwell Banker D’Ann Harper, REALTORS® in San Antonio, Texas

The Coldwell Banker® brand is known worldwide for its charitable efforts. The brand and network support the efforts of a seemingly limitless number of diverse organizations ranging from Habitat for Humanity, Toys for Tots and Adopt-a-Pet.com to the hundreds of localized programs. The Coldwell Banker Hero of the Year embodies the brand’s passion for giving back to the communities we serve.

The 2015 Hero of the Year, Coldwell Banker D’Ann Harper, REALTORS® became part of the Coldwell Banker network in 1989 with 18 sales associates. Today, that number has grown to more than 300. Led by broker/owner D’Ann Harper, the company is a philanthropic leader in the San Antonio area as well as a top Coldwell Banker firm with over 4,000 sides and more than $26 million in AGC in 2014. Coldwell Banker D’Ann Harper, Realtors® hosted the first annual FORE! Any Baby Golf Tournament, raising $64,000 for Any Baby Can, a foundation that provides direction and guidance to families of children with special needs, and successfully made more than 7,000 children’s holidays brighter with their company-wide event involving stuffed animals called the “Bear Hunt.”

For more information, visit www.coldwellbanker.com.

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