Below is an excerpt from a May 1 article published by the Telegram.
Glenn Grabiec, general manager for the Spring Valley Lake Association in Victorville, has earned the “Rising Champion” Vision Award from the California Association of Community Managers for his outstanding work managing the homeowners association.
The Rising Champion award recognizes a manager with less than two years’ experience who has exhibited drive, determination and exceptional abilities early in their career. Before entering the community association management industry, Grabiec served with the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department for 28 years. The award honored Grabiec for returning the homeowners association to solid financial footing and for completing several long-delayed projects within the community.
The Vision Awards are the top awards in the community association management industry in California, now home to nearly 51,000 homeowners associations. This year’s Vision Awards ceremony was held recently at the Disneyland Hotel in Anaheim, Calif., as part of CACM’s Southern California Law Seminar and Expo event which drew more than 1,200 community managers and HOA product and service providers.
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