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Robert Cullen Receives Member of the Year Award

Robert Cullen

Robert Cullen of Redwood Trust Deed Services was awarded the Dorothy Schick Member of the Year Award at the UTA’s annual meeting, held online October 5th during the Association’s 45th Annual Education Conference.

“Robert has been an active member of the Education Committee, ensuring that a focus of the sessions be on small trustees,” said UTA President, David Dutcher. “He led our Small Trustees Roundtable as a facilitator last year. He has been our annual Golf Tournament Chair for the last three years, ensuring that the tournament be professional, fun, and a tribute to it’s namesake, Phil Adleson.”

The award honors members for their service and contributions to the Association and the industry and is given to a member who has elevated the Association in its mission to foster and promote the quality of the default services industry through their extraordinary efforts and dedication. Award winners are nominated by UTA’s Committee Chairs and Board Members with a final determination of the winner made by the Board of Directors.

“I am honored and humbled to receive the Dorothy Schick Award this year”, said Cullen.  “This organization means a lot to me.  It has been invaluable, both for educational purposes and also for the friendships developed over the last 30+ years.  To be recognized by my peers is very meaningful to me and I just want to say thank you.”

“This award means a great deal, coming as it does from other members of the industry,” said Hicklin. “I am truly grateful to the UTA and its Board of Directors for this honor.”

Dorothy Schick Veteran Member of the Year Winners

2020 – Robert Cullen
2019 – Stephen Hicklin
2018 – Randy Newman
2017 – Joyce Copeland-Clark
2016 – Marsha Townsend
2015 – Patric Kelly
2014 – Martin McGuinn
2013 – Cathe Cole-Sherburn
2012 – Gary Wisham
2011 – Deborah Kaufman
2010 – Susan Pettem
2009 – Scott Sibley
2008 – Felita Kealing
2007 – Linda Kidder
2006 – Deborah Brignac
2005 – Lorrie Womack


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