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Linda Owen, Linda McMahon and Michelle Corson
Not looking a day over 19, The Real Estate Council feted its 20th anniversary at The Joule last month raising a glass to honor 20 of TREC’s leaders over the years. TREC prez Linda McMahon, book-ended by former TREC presidents Linda Owen and Michelle Corson, tells us the constant throughout the 20-year journey has been the members. She says the engagement, personal commitment, and dollars raised by TREC members have fueled its engine. Moving forward, the function is to continue to provide value to members by helping them connect, make deals, influence others, and build a great city.
Karl Zavitkovsky, Michael Dardick, Michele Wheeler, Will Cureton,  David Gruber, Jim Berry
Granite Properties’ Michael Dardick (second from left) with City of Dallas’ Karl Zavitkovsky (on his left), and Jackson-Shaw’s Michele Wheeler, CLB Partners’ Will Cureton, MetroAmerican Developers’David Gruber, and 2010 TREC chairman, Deloitte’s Jim Berry, who says, “We're dealing with tough times, and The Real Estate Council continues to focus on pulling together our industry and our community." The Council's impact includes investments on a smaller scale, such as the St. Philip’s neighborhood and school or La Calle Diez, as well as investments with far-reaching impact such as the Dallas Land Bank or Woodall Rodgers Deck Park. Michael's a former TREC chairman, advisory board member, and D100 supporter.