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LIVING A LEGACY

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One of the most interesting and historic aspects of IREM is the number of families who have been a part of the Institute for generations. They have grown with IREM, witnessed changes in culture and real estate throughout the last 75 years and have passed down their knowledge, experience and stories to the sons and daughters who followed in their footsteps. This article profiles just a handful of the many IREM families who have created long and lasting legacies in the real estate industry. Second generation CPM, Bob Britigan did not get into real estate with the idea of continuing a legacy. For him, following in his father's footsteps was simply a byproduct of being in the business. The story of the Lum legacy in real estate began in the late 19th century, a time when the US was growing at a dramatic rate. Until this year, third generation CPM Win Nordblom didn't quite realize how far reaching his family legacy was.

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LIVING A LEGACY
One of the most interesting and historic
aspects of IREM is the number of families
who have been a part of the Institute
for generations. Many of these families have
been active in real estate since the turn of the 20th
century, long before IREM began in 1933. They have
grown with IREM, witnessed changes in culture
and real estate throughout the last 75 years and
have passed down their knowledge, experience and
stories to the sons and daughters who followed in
their footsteps. These families have not only helped
to shape and define our Institute over its 75 years,
but the profession of property management as well.
The following pages profile just a handful of the
many IREM families who have created long and
lasting legacies in th
								
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