Pat Sury, CRB, CRS, GRI, SRES
Montague Miller & Co. Westfield
500 Westfield Road
Charlottesville, VA 22901
Phone: (434) 227-4444
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|Immediate Past President|
Mary Dykstra, ABR, CRS
3801 Electric Road
Roanoke, VA 24018
Phone: (540) 989-4555
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Bradley Boland has been a licensed real estate agent since 1975 and a licensed broker since 1978. He is currently the principal broker and owner of Keller Williams Realty of Dulles. He has worked in all areas of real estate including residential home sales, land development, construction of commercial and industrial buildings, and property management of large investment grade assets including retail shopping centers and apartment complexes. Over the years, Brad has owned and managed various real estate companies and has been responsible for overseeing hundreds of millions of dollars of real estate sales. In 2011 he was voted REALTOR® of the Year by the Dulles Area Association of REALTORS®.
At the national level, Brad is serving his 6th term on the National Associations of REALTORS®’ Conventional Financing and Lending Committee and also serving as a National REALTOR Poltical Action Committee Fundraising Trustee. At the state level, he is currently serving as the Virginia Association of REALTORS®’ 2014 President. Brad has also served as Chairman of the Virginia RPAC Board of Trustees, Chairman of the Professionalism Work Group, and in 2009 chaired the Public Policy Committee, in addition to serving on numerous other committees and work groups. Brad is also a graduate of the 2007 Virginia REALTORS® Leadership Academy and is a long-standing member of the VAR Honor Society.
At the local level, in 2009 he served as Chairman of the Board of Directors for the Dulles Area Association of REALTORS® and in 2011 was elected as President of the Blue Ridge Association of REALTORS®. He has received many achievement and production awards and prides himself on his work toward the enhancement of professionalism in the real estate profession.
Brad and his wife Elaine live in Purcellville and are the proud parents of five beautiful daughters. They operate Fields of Athenry Farm where they specialize in the raising of nutrient dense lamb, cattle, and poultry for wholesale and retail purposes.
Deborah Baisden has been a licensed Realtor® since 1989. She is a consistent, active top producer in the Hampton Roads area with Prudential Towne Realty and has volunteered with her local association since joining.
Deborah has served on many committees and advisory groups and the Board of Directors for the Hampton Roads REALTORS® Association and was the Chairman of the Board in 2004. Her activities include chairing the Awards Committee for 3 consecutive years, Chair of the Realtor Foundation Chairing the Resale Committee, Executive Committee and Trustee of the Hampton Roads REALTORS® Association PAC. Awarded Realtor® Salesperson of the Year in 1999 and the Code of Ethics Award in 2005.
Deborah’s continued involvement locally evolved naturally into the Virginia Association of REALTORS® in 2005 when she was appointed to Public Policy Committee and in subsequent years to Governance Review Workgroup, Strategic Planning Group, Budget Committee, Awards Review Group and served on the Board of Directors from 2008 to 2011.
At the National level, Deborah sits on the NAR Board Jurisdiction Committee since 2010 and recently served on a Presidential Advisory Group on Membership Structure. Currently an RPAC Crystal R Contributor , Deborah remains passionate about the issues facing our industry and the public we serve.
With a Fine Arts Degree from the University of Waterloo in Canada, she served as the Curator at the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia until moving to Virginia Beach and beginning her real estate career in Hampton Roads. Deborah is a supporter of the Relay for Life, Samaritan House, March of Dimes and the Children’s Hospital of the King’s Daughter. She lives in Virginia Beach with her husband, Barry, who teaches visually impaired children with the Virginia Beach school system. She is the proud mother of a son Gregory who is a graduate of VCU Criminal Justice program and works for Kohls in Richmond, and a daughter, Alena, who graduated from SUNY at Albany with a Communications Degree and currently works in DC in Digital Media for Proof.
Since 1998, Bill White has been President/Owner of Joyner Fine Properties, a full service real estate company numbering over 130 agents with residential, commercial, farm & estate, and property management divisions with three locations as well as two satellite sales centers. Joyner Fine Properties is locally owned with national, international, and regional marketing network affiliations such as Leading Real Estate Companies of the World®.
Bill is an officer in Traditional Title, which is approximately five years old and represents six of the larger title companies throughout the United States. Prior to Bill's association with Joyner Fine Properties, he was associated with ITT Community Development Corporation, a wholly owned subsidiary of ITT Corporation. He held the position of Vice President with specific responsibilities for residential sales and property management, which had volumes of 30 million dollars in sales and a management portfolio of up to 8,000 condominium units. During his 30-year career in real estate
Bill has been involved in most aspects of commercial and residential sales and development. He holds several designations from the National Association of REALTORS®, is a past President of Richmond Association of REALTORS® and was awarded the Virginia Association of REALTORS® Salesman of the Year Award in 1983 and the Richmond Association of REALTORS® REALTOR® of the Year Award in 2007. He continues to be active in the Richmond Association of REALTORS® as well as the Virginia Association of REALTORS®.
Bill's philosophy for Joyner Fine Properties encompasses continued controlled growth and a perpetual concentration on customer/client service with a specific goal of adding value to every transaction in which Joyner Fine Properties is involved. Joyner Fine Properties is consistently one of the highest producing real estate companies per capita when compared to other real estate companies their size in the greater Richmond area.
Pat Sury is the Director of Relocation & Business Development for Montague Miller & Company in Charlottesville, Virginia and has been an active member of the Charlottesville Area Association of REALTORS® (CAAR), serving as its President in 2005, since 1998. Since joining CAAR, Pat has been awarded all of the local Association’s prestigious awards including “Realtor of the Year”, “Sales Associate of the Year”, “Rookie of the Year” and “Ethics in Action”.
In addition to Pat’s volunteer service with her local association, she has been a member of the Virginia Association of REALTORS® (VAR) Board of Directors since 2011. Prior to serving on the Board, Pat has chaired, or been a member of, 18 VAR committees or work groups. She is a graduate of the VAR Leadership Academy and a major RPAC donor.
On the National Level, Pat served several terms on NAR’s Risk Management and Federal Taxation Committees. She recently completed a three-year chairmanship position with Central Virginia’s American Red Cross. Her background in accounting, budgeting and treasury from Monsanto Company and Anheuser-Busch Companies has been an asset to her in her real estate career. Pat is a former CPA and holds an MBA from St. Louis University.
Mary Dykstra is a partner with MKB, REALTORS® in Roanoke and has been an active member of the Roanoke Valley Association of REALTORS®, serving as its president in 2005; in 2008 she was named RVAR’s Realtor of the Year.
Mary has chaired several Virginia Association of Realtors committees, and has been a member of the Board of Directors since 2006. At the national level, she is a member of NAR’s Board of Directors, was a member of the 2013 Issues Mobilization Committee, and will be the 2014 Major Investor Council Representative for Virginia.
Mary serves her local community as a member of Roanoke’s Architectural Review Board, as a board member of Roanoke City's Board of Equalization, and as a Court Appointed Special Advocate for Abused and Neglected Children. She lives in Roanoke with her husband and has two children.
Terrie L. Suit was appointed as Chief Executive Officer of the Virginia Association of REALTORS® on September 23, 2013. Terrie’s real estate career began in 1985 and quickly shifted into real estate lending by 1988. She continued in this field for two decades. In 1996, Terrie received a gubernatorial appointment to the Virginia Real Estate Board. Soon after, she was elected to the Virginia House of Delegates where she served the 81st District from 2000 to 2008. During her time as a Delegate, Terrie served as chair to the General Laws Committee, the Housing Sub-Committee and the Virginia Housing Commission. As a Delegate, Terrie was recognized by legislative peers and constituents as an expert on housing policy to include real estate licensure, common interest communities, landlord tenant issues, real estate finance, foreclosure and building and fair housing issues.
In April of 2011, Terrie was appointed by Governor Bob McDonnell to be Virginia’s first Secretary of Veterans Affairs and Homeland Security after previously serving in the predecessor position of Assistant to the Governor for Commonwealth Preparedness. As the daughter of an Army Officer and the spouse of a Navy SEAL, Terrie worked diligently to fulfill Governor McDonnell’s goal of making Virginia “the most veteran-friendly state in the nation.”
Terrie is a graduate of Old Dominion University with a Bachelor of Science in Political Science. She currently is working towards a Master in Business Administration Degree at the University of Mary Washington. Terrie and her husband, Tom, reside in Stafford County.