Three KCRAR members and its CEO were inducted into the REALTORS® Political Action Committee (RPAC) Hall of Fame this week in Washington, D.C. Scottie Broderick, Kipp Cooper and Jennifer Langston-Justus were all newly inducted into the Hall of Fame, indicating a lifetime contribution of $25,000 to RPAC. Additionally, Jim Gamble, who was originally inducted in 2010, this year was inducted into a new Hall of Fame level for a lifetime contribution of $75,000. These four members and staff, along with 2019 inductees Jeff Carson and Jeff Hill and 2020 inductees Bobbi Howe and Kathy Minden were all honored at a ceremony at the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) conference.
Broderick currently serves on multiple committees, including the KCRAR Kansas Advocacy Committee, the KCRAR REALTOR® Party Advisory Group and as a director for the Kansas Association of REALTORS®.
Cooper is CEO of the Kansas City Regional Association of REALTORS® and Heartland MLS, where he has been since 2015.
Langston-Justus currently serves as Chair of KCRAR’s RPAC Trustees for Missouri. She also is an active member of the KCRAR Missouri Advocacy Committee and REALTOR® Party Advisory Group.
Gamble is a past president of KCRAR, and has previously served on numerous KCRAR committees, including REALTOR® Party Advisory Group, Missouri Advocacy Committee and RPAC Trustees for Missouri.
These four individuals now join the list of all KCRAR RPAC Hall of Fame inductees:
- Scottie Broderick
- Jeff Carson
- Kipp Cooper
- Dennis Curtin
- Rob Curtis
- Jim Gamble
- Jeff Hill
- Bobbi Howe
- Jennifer Langston-Justus
- Judy Miller
- Kathy Minden
- Brenda Oliver
- Dan O’Neill
- T. David Rogers
- Elizabeth Rose
- Dan Sight
- Pat Tholen
Gail Dicus • July 22, 2022 at 3:20 pm
Congrats to all! We are grateful for the commitment and work you do for us .
Linda Cone • May 11, 2022 at 1:24 pm
Congratulations to all of you. You work hard for our association, state and national levels. All of you deserve this award