Angie’s Corner: Enjoy the small prizes.

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Most of us miss out on life’s big prizes. The Pulitzer, The Nobel, Oscars, The World Cup. But, we’re all eligible for life’s smaller prizes… a pat on the back, a kiss behind the ear, a four-pound bass, a full moon, an empty parking space, a crackling fire, a great meal, a glorious sunset, hot soup, a cold beer.

Angie Tsitouris is the Director of First Impressions at Homestead. Each month she will share a little life wisdom.

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Meet the New Homestead U VP of Operations

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Holly Golebiowski, VP of Operations for Homestead U

Holly joins the team as the VP of Operations for Homestead U. She is a graduate of Tiffin University with a BA in Business Administration. She is from the village of New Riegel, Ohio, that is small in size, but known throughout the state for their BBQ Ribs. The village was so small that they did not field a high school football team and there were 32 people in her graduating class!

Holly has over 17 years of industry experience.  In her career, she has served in the full spectrum of operating roles, including several on-site and corporate management positions with such organizations as Peak Campus Management, College Park Communities, the student housing division of GMH Communities Trust (NYSE: GCT), and Dinerstein Companies.

In her free time she enjoys spending time with her husband on their boat. When not on the boat she is typically spending time with one of her 7 brothers or 2 sisters that she is very close with.

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Employee Spotlight: Kelly Yarter

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Name: Kelly Yarter

Job Title: Leasing Consultant

Property: The Ranch at Star Pass

1.) How long have you been with Homestead?: Almost 3 years.

2.) What were you doing before Homestead?: Working in aviation.

3.) Where are you originally from?: Odessa, TX. Home of Friday Night Lights!

5.) What are your two favorite hobbies?: Crafts and garage sale shopping.

6.) What would you most like to tell your 13 year old self?: “Trust your instincts.”

7.) If you could have coffee with three people, dead or alive, who would it be? Jesus, my late grandma, Georgia, and John Wayne.

8.) Who is the most famous person you have ever met?: I’ll pick Sydney Pollack, because we actually became friends.

9.) What is your dream vacation?: Dubai and stay in the Burj Al Arab.

10.) What is the one thing, you can’t live without?: My lipstick/balm.

11.) What is your proudest moment at HA/HU? A dad came in as his son was moving out, to thank me for being here for him. He gave me a thank you card with a Cold Stone Creamery gift card inside.

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Angie’s Corner: Carpe Diem

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Appreciate the small things and be present in the moment. What do I mean? Well, it seems today, younger people are about immediate gratification. Instead, why not appreciate every small moment? We don’t get to stay on this crazy, wonderful planet forever and the greatest pleasure can be found in the most mundane of activities. Instead of sending a text, pick up the phone and call someone. Call your mother or best friend, have a conversation about nothing in particular. Those are the moments to hold onto.

Angie Tsitouris is the Director of First Impressions at Homestead. Each month she will share a little life wisdom.

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2017 Race for the Cure • Donna & Cheryl’s Crusaders

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Homestead America HVAC Training

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Our very own Brandon Bradley, Maintenance Supervisor for Shaker Square, put together an HVAC training class for the HA maintenance team. They learned quite a bit including transitioning from R22 to 427A and 410A. Michael Fisher helped with the 410A training. Afterward lunch was sponsored by Chadwell Supply and invited all Maintenance Supervisors and Community Managers.

 

 

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The Quest for the Ben Franklin Award Begins!

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It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Spring cleaning at Homestead America!

The 9th annual Ben Franklin contest was kicked off in style. As last year’s winner, the Team at Shaker Square took the ball and (wrapped it in saran wrap) and ran with it.  A great team building day was had by all!

The kickoff marks the official start of our industry’s busy leasing season.  The Ben Franklin contest is a fun way of appreciating all the hard work that goes into preparing our sites for the season.  We pride ourselves on providing the best resident life experience possible and that often starts with curb appeal.  We want our residents to appreciate a beautiful place to come home to and our guests to feel at home and want to make their new home with us.

Thus, the dawn of the Ben Franklin contest!  In June awards will be given for Best Curb Appeal and for Best Team Effort so stay tuned!

Good luck everyone!

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