Edmond Rodriguez promoted to Maintenance Supervisor at Northpointe

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Congratulations to Edmond Rodriguez on his promotion to Maintenance Supervisor at NorthPointe Student Apartments!

Edmond was born in Visalia, CA, and has been in maintenance for 30 years. He began with the California Department of Recreation and worked there for 11 years, which included a promotion to Lead Tech.  This prepared him for his role of Maintenance Director for a nursing home, a position he held for 7 years. After moving to Arizona with a home development company and pursuing his entrepreneurial spirit owning his handy business, Edmond moved into the apartment industry in May of 2012.
Edmond came on board with Homestead U when the company acquired The Ranch at Star Pass, and transferred to NorthPointe in January.  Edmond has been a huge asset to the property during the transitions within the maintenance department; we are very happy to have him as part of the NorthPointe and Homestead UTeam!

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Employee Spotlight: Issac Mensah

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Employee Spotlight

Name: Issac A. Mensah

Job Title: Maintenance Technician

Property: Shaker Square

 

 

1.) How long have you been with Homestead? 7 Months

2.) What were you doing before Homestead? Schooling

3.) Where are you originally from? Ghana, West Africa

4.) What’s your favorite part about your job? The problem solving aspect, and the teamwork

5.) What do you like to do outside of work? listening to music, play soccer and read

6.) What’s your favorite band or type of music? David Crowder Band (Gospel)

7.) What’s your favorite website? www.soccernet.com

8.) What’s your favorite local restaurant? Tee Jays

9.) What’s your dream vacation? Australia and China

10.) What’s the best movie you have seen recently? The Secret

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2013 CAA Expo at The Ohio Union

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Everyone had a great time at the 2013 CAA Expo! Homestead America made their presence known in their red “You Mustache Me about Homestead America” t-shirts. The team played their own scavenger hunt during the expo, of which those who completed the tasks were put into a drawing to win prizes at the after-party at El Vaquero. Now the question remains, how will the company top this next year?

 

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Getting to know our new Human Resources Manager, Laura Schulman.

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L_SchulmanGetting to know our new Human Resources Manager, Laura Schulman.

 

What were you doing before you joined HAHU?  Most recently (since August) I was working for myself doing HR Consulting. Before that I was doing HR for a company in Plain City.

What is the best thing about working in HR? Connecting with employees.  I love that part of my job.

Where are you from originally? Chicago.  Born and bred there.  Moved here with my family 7 years ago.

What is your favorite food?  French Fries

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Photos: HA / HU Managers Luncheon, 3/7/13

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Getting to know our new HAHU Operations Manager, Cheryl Bean!

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383288_10150450764143468_1738922568_nGetting to know our new HAHU Operations Manager, Cheryl Bean!

 

Previous company: I was with T&R for five years as Property Manager and then as a Regional Manager.

Where are you from? I am originally from Zanesville.

Favorite movie: Favorite movie is a hard one…I like comedies so let’s go with 40-Year-Old-Virgin.

What do you like to do for fun? I love spending time with my family. We enjoy golfing, bowling, and hanging by the pool in the summer.

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Donna Grove and her Locks of Love.

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183 (2)University Village Maintenance Manager, Donna Grove, has donated more than 12 inches of her hair to Locks of Love for the 4th time.  This time it was 18 1/2 inches!
Locks of Love is a public non-profit organization that provides hairpieces to financially disadvantaged children in the United States and Canada under age 21 suffering from long-term medical hair loss from any diagnosis.
Donna Said “I have a firm belief that when you give a part of yourself, not only do you grow as a person and soul, it will eventually come back to you in a way you never imagined.  You can give time to a child or lonely elder, money to someone in need when you have it, patience when someone really needs it, a smiley face at the end of an email or note, a quiet ear or shoulder when someone needs to vent, or simply hair that can help make a child with cancer feel less singled out.  And a smile with a nice comment to a stranger goes a long way (especially those strangers that you see every day and just walk past)!”
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Photos: Fair Housing Pancake Breakfast, 2/21/13

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