2019 WVAR Immediate Past President
Lisa Lyons is the Broker/ Owner of Hometown Real Estate Associates and Hometown Property Management. She is licensed in WV and OH. She obtained her Real Estate license in 1993. Furthering her education, she obtained her GRI in 1995, Broker license in 1998, SFR and CRS in 2010 and CNE in 2013.
She has served on and chaired several local and state committees. She was local Board President in 1998 and 2004. She has also been a director and treasurer for her local board. She has served on the state board since 2008
Born in Parkersburg and raised in Moundsville WV. She graduated from John Marshall High School. She now lives in Williamstown with her husband and grandchildren
Barbara Belcher is very proud to be a part of the real estate profession in West Virginia and Virginia. I have been assisting buyers and sellers find that property they cannot live without or moving on to embrace the future since 1997. I am a licensed Broker in both West Virginia and Virginia and have the GRI designation. Before my real estate career I was in the wholesale grocery distribution business for 21 years in the whole sale grocery distribution business. I have a business degree from Bluefield State College that I received going at night, started in 1989 and graduated in 2000.
I have been a state director of the West Virginia Association of REALTORS© since 1998 (with a leave in 2008). I have served on all of the committees and have been honored to chair the Education Committee twice; the last time in 2014. I strongly believe that education is a large part of a successful real estate agent. I am a member of the Mercer-Tazewell County Board of REALTORS© and have served as President, Vice President, Treasurer, Secretary and chairperson of several committees.
I am so excited to begin this new position with WVAR and hope to fulfill the obligations as President 2019 to the members of the West Virginia Association of REALTORS©
I raised my younger sister (16 yrs. apart) after our parents passed and the “man” in my life now is my five year old nephew, Uriah, he calls me “Nana”!! My sister, Mary, passed in March of this year with a hard fought battle with cancer but she was my biggest supporter when it came to being part of the West Virginia Association of REALTORS©.
We find it hard sometimes to have family gatherings because of everyone’s obligations and schedules but we always make the best of the time we do share. I thank my family for their love and support.
2019 WVAR President Elect
The future is bright for WVAR and it’s members, 2019 should be a dynamic year and I look forward to playing my small part. I have served as the President of the Huntington Board of Realtors on two occasions, over fifteen years as a Director and currently serve as Chair of the MLS Committee. I’ve been a member of the WVAR Board of Directors since 2010, as Chairman and Vice Chairman of the at times eventful, Government Affairs Committee. These roles, in part, have prepared me to take the next step in leadership with WVAR. I am excited to have the opportunity to continue to serve the WVAR members in the capacity of President-Elect, 2019.
I began my career in the Real Estate industry in 1999 and became the Broker / Owner of Great American Realty in Huntington, WV in 2002. I obtained and maintain my Real Estate Brokers license in WV, OH and KY and actively work in the field everyday showing and listing property in addition to my responsibilities as a Broker. I have closed over two hundred fifty million dollars ($250,000,000) in personal transactions during my career (a minuscule amount compared to some Realtors) and I can tell you that I remember the easy ones and the tough ones; the big ones and the small ones. They all matter and are important, what we do is important. The aforementioned and one dollar will get you a cup of coffee at McDonalds. In other words, we all understand that this is a; what have you done for me lately, business. To be successful, we must continue to produce. We have all heard the old saying, those that can, do, those that can’t teach and lead. I don’t fully believe that. I feel that my experience on the front line of the Real Estate industry has prepared me to lead, others draw their leadership qualities from different life experiences
My wife of thirty two (32) years, Brenda, and our family have lived the real estate business together. With the purchase and development of our personal Real Estate portfolio, the late night showing and listing appointments and the sometimes untimely phone calls. My daughter Jordan and son Clayton and their spouses along with our five (5) grandchildren have or will be touched by my chosen profession over the years. We help our family and our clients reach their real estate goals; finding their first or final home, helping them build their investment portfolios, settling an estate, etc….. What we do, matters to many. I look forward to serving you, the WVAR members and working with you to improve our organization in all ways that I can.
2019 WVAR Treasurer
Robert L. Wright II serves as Broker-Owner of Warfield Realty, LLC and Broker for Silverheels Property Management LLC. Wright is a highly accomplished REALTOR® being named 2010 State Realtor® of the Year for West Virginia. He is licensed in WV, OH, SC.
Wright specializes in Commercial real estate and has been in the business since 1996, earning his GRI in 1999 and Certified Commercial Investment Member in 2001. He has also earned NAR’s Green designation and is a certified Short Sale and Foreclosure Resource specialist and a Certified Negotiator.
He is a past president of the Parkersburg Area Association of REALTORS® and West Virginia Association of REALTORS®. He served on the WVAR Professional Standards Committee and was WVAR treasurer for 2011 and 2012. Wright was an active instructor for the WVAR Education Institute and played a central role in writing and improving a new GRI program curriculum that was introduced several years ago. The GRI program has since been overhauled a couple of times. He was an instructor of the pre-licensure real estate course for WVU-Parkersburg.
Wright currently serves on the Boards of Downtown PKB, Parkersburg Area Community Foundation and serves as its Treasurer and was recently appointed to the Parkersburg Utility Board. He is married to Mary Endrizzi Wright and they are very proud of their two children Carmella and Trey and are Grandparents to the amazing Jonah.
2019 WVAR Vice President
Amy White is the Broker/Owner for Coldwell Banker Home Town Realty, a company that was named the Number 1 Coldwell Banker company in West Virginia for 2017. She was named Realtor of the Year for West Virginia in 2009.
Amy holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Business and has been licensed since 2000. She has earned NAR’s GRI, ePro, ABR and SFR designations and has completed the 90 hour appraisal course requirements. Specializing in training and agent development, Amy worked with WVAR as Director of Education from 2009-2012. Prior to that, she worked with the Education Committee to develop New Member Orientation, Realtor Tool Kit, and other agent development programs.
She served the Potomac Highlands Board of Realtors as President for several terms and as their State Director and has been named their Realtor of the Year 3 times.
Amy is an instructor and content developer for the WVAR Education. She has taught the pre-licensure real estate course for Potomac State College and for Eastern Community and Technical College.
She and husband Shawn have 3 sons, Ethan, Camden and Jackson.
2019 WVAR Secretary
I am Pat Doss, I feel honored and privileged to serve and fill the position of Secretary of the West Virginia Association of REALTORS© for 2019. I have represented the Mercer Tazewell County Board since 2007 as Secretary , Director, Committee Chairs and serving on various committees and as State Director for 8 years and have found it to be a learning experience and it has expanded my knowledge of real estate at the national, state and local levels.
I am an agent with Century 21 Four Seasons Select Properties Bluefield WV and an active member with the Mercer Tazewell County Board of Realtors where our own Barbara Belcher will preside as State President for 2019. I have served on the MTCBR as Secretary and Director and in 2019 will be Treasurer for the board. I stay busy with various committees for the MTCBR, Century 21 FSSP and local organizations.
I am married and have 2 adult children. The first is a real estate attorney and the second is 1/3 owner and purchaser for a manufacturing company. I attend Concord College.
Previous to becoming a Realtor in 2006 I had been in insurance for many years. I decided to change careers after being off most of 2 years from a vehicle accident. The best decision I have ever made.
I am looking forward to serving the membership as Secretary of the West Virginia Association of REALTORS© for 2019.
|Steve Allen||2020||Kanawha Valley BOR|
|Jill Allman||2019||Greenbrier Valley BOR|
|Kay Booth||2020||Beckley BOR|
|Toni Carone||2020||Eastern Panhandle BOR|
|Tom Carpenter||2020||Wheeling BOR|
|David Darby||2019||Kanawha Valley BOR|
|Jay Deeds||2020||Eastern Panhandle BOR|
|Dawn Dodson||2019||Eastern Panhandle BOR|
|Sally Greathouse||2019||Weirton BOR|
|Charles Harvey||2020||Mercer-Tazewell BOR|
|Jessie Holmes||2019||Parkersburg BOR|
|Michele Hughes||2020||Potomac Highlands BOR|
|Dea Kennen||2020||Wheeling BOR|
|Susan Lawrence||2020||Harrison Co. BOR|
|Jessica Lipscomb||2020||Morgantown BOR|
|Lisa Lyons||2019||Immediate Past President|
|Mark Mansour||2021||National Director|
|Angela Mayfield||2020||Kanawha Valley BOR|
|Joe Miller||2019||Kanawha Valley BOR|
|Doug Montgomery||2019||Eastern Panhandle BOR|
|Mike Mullins||2020||Fayette Nicholas BOR|
|Rich Naseef||2019||Kanawha Valley BOR|
|Ryan Petrucci||2020||Morgantown BOR|
|Paige Powers||2020||Beckley BOR|
|David Roof||2019||Huntington BOR|
|Laura Rusmisell||2020||Weston Buckhannon BOR|
|Kelli Sobonya||2019||Huntington BOR|
|Debbie Stevens||2019||Elkins Randolph BOR|
|Debby Tanner||2020||Parkersburg BOR|
|Arthur Trusler||2019||Morgantown BOR|
|Amy White||2019||Vice President|
|Liz Wickline||2020||Greenbrier Valley BOR|
|June Williams||2019||Harrison Co. BOR|
|Nancy Williams||2019||Eastern Panhandle BOR|
|Lorre Wilson||2019||Huntington BOR|
|Andrea Winter||2020||Kanawha Valley BOR|
|Paul Yoho||2020||Fairmont BOR|