Smith elected to board
Gordon C. “Bud” Smith Jr., president and chief executive officer of Liberty Federal Savings Bank in Enid, has been elected to a three-year term on the board of directors of Heartland Community Bankers Association.
Smith is a member of the association’s federal and state affairs, budget and HCBA-PAC committees. He also serves as a member of the board of the association’s subsidiary, HCBA Services, Inc.
Liz Price earns award for sales
Century 21 Real Estate LLC recently recognized Liz Price, sales associate at the office, as one of the system’s top producers nationwide when it honored her with the Diamond Level Century 21 Masters Award.
Diamond Level status is awarded to an agent who has met minimum sales production of 50 closed transaction sides within a calendar year.
“Liz Price places her real estate wisdom and passion for life into her everyday business, helping to make clients more comfortable with the real estate transaction as they make what may be the most significant purchase of their lives,” said Doug Finnegan, broker and owner of Century 21 Homes Plus.
Century 21 Homes Plus earns quality service award
Century 21 Homes Plus recently won the Century 21 System’s National Quality Service Award.
“Receiving this award is a great honor and a testament to the focus and attention we commit to our clients in ensuring that they understand each and every step of the home buying and selling process,” said Doug Finnegan, broker and owner of Century 21 Homes Plus. “This award is a collective result of the efforts of each and every member of the Century 21 Homes Plus staff.”
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