Homestead U Welcomes Ally Herron and Meagan Smith

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We are pleased to welcome Ally Herron and Megan Smith to our Marketing Team at Homestead U!

Ally Herron will take over as Marketing Director at University Village in Columbus. Before Homestead U, Herron was with Crawford Hoying where she worked as the Corporate Trainer and Property Manager at Olentangy Commons.  She brings to Homestead U 13 years of experience in  the industry.  Herron graduated from Ohio State University and LOVES OSU!  She is married and has 2 furry kids, Sadie, a 5 year old Sheltie and Cassidy, a 1 year old Collie.  She has 5 nieces and nephews and loves to hang out with them whenever possible! She is very thrilled to join the team and brings a lot of enthusiasm with her!

 

 

 

 

Meagan Smith will be our new Marketing Coordinator at River Park and River’s Edge in Athens. Smith is a recent graduate of Bowling Green State University with a degree in Visual Communication Technology. Before coming to River Park she was the Web Editor with The BG News. In her free time, Smith enjoys reading and going to Cleveland Indian games. She loves puppies and is convinced that she will marry country singer Luke Bryan one day (even though he is already married).

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Employee Spotlight: Harry Bechtel

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Employee Spotlight

Name: Harry Bechtel

Job Title: Bus Driver

Property: University Village

 

1.) How long have you been with Homestead? 1.5 years with Homestead and 23 years with UV

2.) What were you doing before Homestead? Budgeting and Management with The State of Ohio

3.) Where are you originally from? Rayland, OH

4.) What’s your favorite part about your job? Interacting with Residents

5.) What do you like to do outside of work? Work on classic cars

6.) What’s your favorite band or type of music? Country

7.) What’s your favorite website? Ebay

8.) What’s your favorite local restaurant? Golden Corral

9.) What’s your dream vacation? Florida

10.) What’s the best movie you have seen recently? Gone in 60 Seconds

Harry shared a couple changes and memories with us during his time with University Village

• They had 3 old style school buses, one was standard shift and I was the only person who could drive it. There was only one stop on campus, and four or five drivers. We now have seven buses, ten drivers and seven stops on campus.

• My favorite memory was when we purchased a brand new bus from Indiana and I got to drive it back to the property. This was bus #4, a 1997 Carpenter, which is still in service today. Older employees may remember it being called “Graffiti” because there was a mural of Ohio Stadium and a portrait of Gordan Gee and Woody Hayes painted on it. The bus has since been painted to match all the others.

 

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Homestead U Hosts Successful March Madness Tournament Challenge

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We hosted our first annual Homestead U March Madness Tournament Challenge!  We are very pleased with the turnout, with over 700 students playing on a national level.  We hope to grow participation with this event next year. Wil McCloy, a CA at The Ranch Lubbock, took home the $500 prize for the corporate pool.

Congratulations to all of our winners:

University Village (The Ohio State University) : Elizabeth Taylor, $1000
RiverPark(Ohio University) : Braden Schaefer, $1000
The Ranch (Texas Tech) : Zach Giddens, $1000
The Ranch at Star Pass (University of Arizona and Pima College) : Tyler Ermisch and Kamree Cady, $500 each
NorthPointe (University of Arizona and Pima College) : Briana Chavez and Aaron Rosen, $500 each

Thanks again for playing with us, and best of luck next year!

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Photos: The First Annual Ranch Roast – Lubbock, Texas

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•Photos by Pamela Ramirez

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Photos: NorthPointe vs. The Ranch Star Pass Volleyball Tournament

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Photos: University Village Springfest

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University Village Maintenance Techs Earn Promotions

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Josh Harris (left) and Thomas Gullett of University Village both recently accepted Maintenance Supervisor positions with Homestead America.

 

University Village Maintenance Techs Josh Harris and Thomas Gullet both recently accepted promotions with Homestead America. Harris accepted the position as Maintenance Supervisor at Winchester Oaks in Columbus. And Gullet was promoted to Maintenance Supervisor at The Village at Appian Way in Gahanna.

Both have been held in high regards as Maintenance Techs at University Village during their time there. Homestead America Regional Manager, Cheryl Davis, said that they are both excited to have their own properties to take care of.

University Village Maintenance Supervisor, Donna Grove, said of Gullett “He is truly a success story for our company – having started out as a painter working for someone else, moving to a maintenance trainee and grounds, becoming a full fledged maintenance tech, and now moving on to his own property.  It shows that with hard work, you really have a lot of potential with Homestead!”

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Village West and Hillary Hunt Honored by ApartmentRatings.com

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Village West Apartments and Property Manager, Hillary Hunt, were recently honored by ApartmentRatings.com with their Top Rated Award.

The annual awards recognize properties with outstanding resident satisfaction ratings as measured on ApartmentRatings.com. Only approximately 5% of the properties listed on the site qualify for award consideration, making winning a Top Rated award an exclusive and admirable accomplishment.

Congratulations to Hillary and Village West for being awarded this great honor! Read the reviews Here.

 

 

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