CAAR Member Sue Plaskon Honored with Second Quarter Good Neighbor Award
The Charlottesville Area Association of REALTORS® (CAAR) has announced that Sue Plaskon of Long & Foster – Old Ivy is the second quarter Good Neighbor Award recipient. The Good Neighbor Award program highlights local REALTORS® who dedicate significant time and interest to projects that make a lasting impact on our communities.
Sue was nominated by her Broker Art Pearson and colleague Denise Ramey for her dedication, commitment, and fundraising efforts for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society Virginia – West Virginia Chapter.
In addition to serving on the Board of Trustees from 2008-2015, Sue also attended important annual meetings, seminars, and dinners. She has helped raise almost $50,000 since 2008 by increasing awareness and participating in various fundraising events and activities, including bike rides, luncheons, and walks.
This past year, Sue not only volunteered 10 hours a month but also encouraged others to volunteer 200 hours to the organization, positively impacting at least 12,000 individuals and their families affected by multiple sclerosis.
“It was a great honor to join CAAR and celebrate Sue Plaskon’s dedication and work on behalf of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society,” said Angie Miller, Associate Vice President, Community Engagement. “Sue has been a leader for our organization for many years and the impact of her work is far reaching. Sue has served on the Board of Directors as well as the ‘On the Move’ Luncheon committee. Her relentless work on behalf of those living with MS is immeasurable.”
A $250 donation was made to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society Virginia-West Virginia Chapter in Sue’s name.
Picture: CAAR President Donna Patton presented Second Quarter Good Neighbor Award recipient Sue Plaskon with a certificate and $250 check to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society Virginia – West Virginia Chapter.