Jefferson City Realtor earns Missouri Good Neighbor award

Realtor donates prize money to Samaritan Center

Alan Mudd has officially been named a good neighbor.

Mudd, a Realtor in Jefferson City for 36 years, was recently honored with the first Missouri Association of Realtors Good Neighbor Award.

Betsy Woodruff, director of marketing and communications with the Realtors Association, said the National Association of Realtors has a national good neighbor award they have been giving for 10 years. Since the establishment of that award, each state has been asked to nominate Realtors who have stood out in their communities through their volunteer work.

“And now in Missouri instead of just having applicants for the national award, we have decided to name a Missourian as a good neighbor and use them as our submission to the national award,” Woodruff said.

Mudd was chosen the winner by a panel of Realtors and association members. There were 12 Realtors nominated for the award Mudd received during the association’s annual January conference at Capitol Plaza Hotel.

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Mudd was nominated for and received the award because of his 20 years of volunteer work at the Samaritan Center.

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