Clovis/Portales Association of REALTORS®
Upcoming Elections for 2019 – 2020
Open Positions: 3 Director’s positions (2 year term) and the President-Elect (1 year term as president-Elect + 1 year as Association President + 1 year as past president aficionado).
** July 31 deadline for applicants **
Director qualifications – have served on a committee, have the desire to be a director, chaired one committee and be in good standing with CPAR.
President elect – have been a committee chair and have served on the board of directors for a full 2 year term and be in good standing with CPAR.
How to apply: Complete the application and return it to the CPAR office at 1321 Pile Clovis, NM 88101 or email it to email@example.com
Application for Elected Office
25 members of the Clovis/Portales Association of REALTORS® got together 7:30 am to 6:00 pm Monday to prepare our 3-5 year Strat-Plan.
The Gold Star Team – Charlotte Hamilton, Kayla Mitchell, Melissa Widner, Leah Cotton, Gayla Brumffirld
Landmark Title – Micheal, Jenifer, Julie, and Jay
Chris Wood from Frost Mortagage
AE Vicky Everhart and Current CPAR President Tammy Waters
Chris Wood from Frost Mortagage
We would like to offer our extreme gratitude to our trainer: Cindy Martin host: K-Bob’s Steak House, Breakfast sponsor and speaker: Chris Wood with Frost Mortgage, Lunch sponsor and speakers: The staff from Landmark Title, Dessert sponsor: Plateau Communications and happy hour sponsor: Tammy Waters from the Waters Group at Town and Country Real Estate.
Another successful Gold Scramble hosted by the Clovis/Portales Association of REALTORS®
Out 2nd Quarterly meeting “Realtor Rally” is TODAY at 12:00 meet us at the CPAR office 1321 Pile for an enlightening Safety presentation, new member inductions and meal (Pizza – $10.00 per person)
These homeowners have been recognized by your 2018 Home Pride Committee!
Homepride June 2018 Recognizes: 1321 Oakwood Circle Portales, NM
Homepride June 2018 Recognizes: 516 Diamondhead Clovis, NM
Homepride June 2018 Recognizes: Unlisted Clovis, NM
Homepride June 2018 Recognizes: 2209 W Beech Portales, NM
Have you seen a home you would like to nominate? Contact the CPAR office and let them know, so the committee can review your recommendations for the next set of nominated homes!
CPAR is one of the only Associations who’s members own their own building. In 1997 the building was dedicated to our then EO Tillie Shaw.
In 2017 renovations started inside and out but before that, there was a vote. A decision was to be made regarding the location of CPAR and the direction our association would follow. The question was: Do we keep the building and renovate or sell our location and rent an office space.
A formal meeting was held prior to the vote. It was interesting to learn a little history about the building along the way. Before the computer age there were pen and thermafax paper, carbon pages to make copies and revenue stamps. The introduction of calculators, typewriters and copy machines made it possible for the board to create and share listing booklets. The listings would be dropped off at the drive through, added to the next booklet and then delivered to each office.
Eventually office binders where created to change out listings by page, streamlining the process and laying the groundwork for our current MLS database systems.
TILLIE SHAW, CBOR/CPAR ** EO, 1973 – 2016 **
About Tillie: At the age of one her family moved to a farm near Floyd, New Mexico. She attended school in Floyd, graduating from Floyd High School and moved to Clovis to work for the Farmers Coop as their bookkeeper and Assistant General Manager. She married Harold Shaw on October 2, 1954, in Santa Rosa, New Mexico. They lived in Albuquerque until his death in 1962. Tillie returned to Clovis to work for the Curry County Treasurer. She later was elected as the first woman County Treasurer in 1964 serving eight of twelve terms as Treasurer and four terms as Chief Deputy Treasurer.
She later worked for the Clovis Board of Realtors as Chief Executive Officer, retiring in 1997. However retirement didn’t last long. She returned in 2001 to work part time but found she was working more than that. Tillie has been called a champion, a cheerleader and a dedicated worker by her friends and associates. These characteristics lead to several accomplishments and outstanding events with the Board of Realtors including establishing the Spirit of America Award and sponsorship of the Casa Esperanza fund (cancer house of hope in Albuquerque). Tillie was made an honorary board member of Casa Esperanza. In her spare time she enjoyed making rum cakes and peanut brittle that were shared with friends and associates throughout the state. Tillie was also a member of Professional Business Women’s Association.
In memory of Tillie Shaw the 2018 Casa Esperanza Golf Tournament was dedicated in her honor and a brick has been donated in her name.
Clovis, New Mexico
Mar 4, 1917 – Jan 18, 2017 (Age 99)
Information is deemed reliable, but not guaranteed. Subject to change without notice. Updated: 5-5-2018