Business briefs: New associate joins Colorado Group Realty
Steamboat Springs — New associate joins Colorado Group Realty
Kristin Lile has joined the Colorado Group Realty team. She is the newest associate, which includes a group of over 60 owners and associates.
Lile has been in the real estate industry for almost 30 years. Her real estate career began in the title business, where she worked as a title policy verifier, and later as a real estate/loan closer for title companies and law firms in Tennessee, South Carolina and the Front Range of Colorado. Her goal is to exceed her client’s expectations throughout the entire real estate process by delivering exceptional customer service and knowledge.
In addition to her real estate profession, Lile spent some time as a portrait photographer. Photography allowed Lile to continue working with people and led her to getting her real estate license to become an agent.
Lile and her husband met at Hendrix College in Conway, Arkansas, and have been married for 30 years. They are outdoor enthusiasts. They enjoy skiing, biking, boating, hiking and camping.
“We are excited to have Kristin join Colorado Group Realty. She brings unique skills, which will benefit her clients as well as contribute to the diverse range of skills and independent thinking that makes Colorado Group so successful,” said Lori Thompson, broker/owner.
Hotel hires engineering director
The Steamboat Grand has hired Paul Barry as its engineering director.
“Paul brings a wealth of knowledge not only in the arena of engineering, but across the Steamboat community, having played a part in some of the biggest projects in the Yampa Valley, including the construction of the Steamboat Grand,” Mike Lomas, vice president and general manager of the Steamboat Grand, said in a press release. “His commitment to quality work combined with his leadership and hospitality management skills will help elevate the Steamboat Grand to new levels.”
Barry’s duties will include making sure all hotel equipment and facilities are in compliance with local, state and national codes and regulations; as well as creating and implementing annual facility maintenance and improvement plans to provide a clean, safe and comfortable experience for hotel guests.
Barry has an extensive background in facilities management in Steamboat previously operating BARRY Construction Management Company for 10 years as well as acting as construction manager for Drahota Development Company, American Skiing Company and MCC Construction.
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