Longtime Bowie realtor earns Emeritus status

 

(Seated) Jean Angove, longtime Bowie realtor, received the REALTOR Emeritus award during a Thursday lunch. (Right) Doyle Seigler, president of the county board, presented award along with(Left) Nicci Haynie, RCE multi-board manager of the Texas Association of Realtors. (Photo by Barbara Green)

Jean Angove, a realtor in Montague County for 40-plus years, was recognized by the Montague County Board of Realtors and the Texas Association of Realtors with REALTOR Emeritus status during a special lunch meeting of the county association on Thursday in Bowie.
Doyle Seigler, president of the county board, presented Angove, who has retired from the active real estate business with the award, along with Nicci Haynie, RCE multi-board manager of the Texas Association of Realtors.
Emeritus status is given to a candidate who has completed at least one year of service at the national association level or through the state or local level.
Service must be as an officer, director, committee member, regional coordinator, federal political coordinator or similar positions.
Angove served as TAR’s legislative liaison in 2004, was local board director from 2008-2010 and member of the political contact network from 1993 -1996.
Locally the realtor has been involved in many community organizations include Camp Fire Girls and Jim Bowie Days.Read the full story in the weekend News.