RESO Honors Outstanding Volunteers at 2017 Spring Tech Summit

Raleigh, NC – May 8, 2017 – (RealEstateRama) — At its sold-out Spring Technology Summit in Austin, Texas recently, the Real Estate Standards Organization, or RESO, honored more than two-dozen of its leaders and members for their outstanding personal contributions with its 2017 Spring Tech Summit Awards. Collectively these individuals contributed thousands of annual volunteer hours to the seven RESO Workgroups and one key committee, which drive the organizations vision to streamline the real estate industry.

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Jeremy Crawford, CEO of RESO, first announced the Awards recognizing RESO’s 2016 officers:

  • Art Carter, CRMLS, 2016 Chair: Recognized for outstanding leadership and dedication
  • Rob Overman, Robotik Software, 2016 Vice Chair: Recognized for outstanding leadership and dedication
  • Richard Renton, Triad MLS, 2016 Treasurer: Recognized for outstanding dedication and service
  • Rebecca Jensen, MRED, 2016 Secretary: Recognized for outstanding dedication and service

Crawford then honored the chairs of the seven Workgroups and its Technical Committee, including:

  • Rob Larson, CRMLS: Recognized in appreciation for outstanding service as the 2016 RESO Data Dictionary Workgroup Chair
  • Paul Stusiak, Falcon Technologies: Recognized in appreciation for outstanding service as the 2016 RESO RETS 1x Workgroup Chair.
  • Mark Bessett, CRMLS: Recognized in appreciation for outstanding service as the 2016 RESO PUID Workgroup Chair
  • Greg Moore, RMLS: Recognized in appreciation for outstanding service as the 2016 RESO R&D Workgroup Chair
  • Chris Lambrou, MetroMLS: Recognized in appreciation for outstanding service as the 2016 RESO Internet Tracking Workgroup Chair
  • Scott Petronis, eXp Realty: Recognized in appreciation for outstanding service as the 2016 RESO Transport Workgroup Chair
  • Rick Trevino, Metrolist: Recognized in appreciation for outstanding service as the 2016 RESO Payloads Chair
  • Chad Curry, CRTLabs at the National Association of REALTORS® : Recognized in appreciation for outstanding service as the 2016 RESO Technical Committee Chair

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“Each of these leaders selflessly volunteered their time, talent and energy all to promote a common RESO goal,” said Crawford,” “The support of their companies has been simply incredible as has this massive volunteer support, which is helping to drive efficiency throughout the real estate industry.”

On behalf of each Workgroup Chair, Crawford gave final award recognition to 17 individual RESO members whose contributions went “above and beyond” throughout 2016 he said, including:

  • Keith Schreifels, Black Knight Financial Services: Recognized for outstanding personal contributions to the Internet Tracking Workgroup
  • Cal Heldenbrand, FBS: Recognized for outstanding personal contributions to the Internet Tracking and Transport Workgroups
  • Shaun York, Homes.com: Recognized for outstanding personal contributions to the Internet Tracking Workgroup
  • Gayle Ludemann, MRED: Recognized for outstanding personal contributions to the Payloads Workgroup
  • Matt Cohen, Clareity Consulting: Recognized for outstanding personal contributions to the Research & Development Workgroup
  • John Breault, MLS PIN: Recognized for outstanding personal contributions to the Research & Development Workgroup
  • Cass Herrin, Moxi Works: Recognized for outstanding personal contributions to the Payloads, Data Dictionary, Research & Development and PUID Workgroups
  • Connie Saldana, Rogue Valley Council of Governments: Recognized for outstanding personal contributions to the Data Dictionary Workgroup Accessibility Features
  • Cody Gustafson, FBS: Recognized for outstanding personal contributions to the Transport Workgroup
  • Ashish Antal, MLSListings: Recognized for outstanding personal contributions to the Transport Workgroup
  • Bob Kimpland, Garden State MLS: Recognized for outstanding personal contributions to the PUID and Data Dictionary Workgroups
  • Paul Hethmon, Clareity: Recognized for outstanding personal contributions to the Transport and Research & Development Workgroups
  • Richard Torp, MRED: Recognized for outstanding personal contributions to the RETS 1x, Data Dictionary and Payloads Workgroups
  • Kim Hutchinson, RMLS: Recognized for outstanding personal contributions to the RETS 1x and Data Dictionary Workgroups
  • Demian Quinonez, CRMLS: Recognized for outstanding personal contributions to the Transport Workgroup
  • Geoff Rispin, Templates 4 Business: Recognized for outstanding personal contributions to the RETS 1x Workgroup
  • Sergio Del Rio, Templates 4 Business: Recognized for outstanding personal contributions to the Transport Workgroup

“Volunteers are the lifeblood of RESO,” Crawford said, “and these individuals collective efforts is what’s shaping real estate data standards for the future,” Crawford added. “Our hope is the examples they set will encourage others to join and become more involved in our Workgroups,” he added, noting Workgroups are open to all RESO members, with call-in meetings held monthly.

More information about RESO Workgroups and how to can be found online at https://www.reso.org/committees-and-workgroups.

About RESO

The mission of the Real Estate Standards Organization (RESO) is to create and promote the adoption of standards that drive efficiency throughout the real estate industry. RESO incorporated in November 2011, as an independent, not-for-profit trade organization that was previously a section of the National Association of REALTORS®. RESO has more than 625 active members, including NAR, multiple-listing services, real estate associations, brokerages and industry technology providers. For more information, visit www.reso.org. Contact RESO via email at

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