Crye-Leike’s Kay Schillo Recognized as Recipient of Good Neighbor Award for Exceptional Community Service
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -Crye-Leike, Realtors recently honored associate Kay Schillo with the Crye-Leike Good Neighbor Award, recognizing Schilllo’s commitment to community service and the exceptional contributions she has made to the Middle Tennessee area.
Through her affiliation with Big Brothers Big Sisters, Kay is making a lasting impression and a positive impact on children’s lives. In addition to serving on the Executive Board, she has served as chairperson for “Bowl for Kids” since 2001. In order to bring about further awareness of the organization into the community, Kay initiated the Big Brothers Big Sisters Cumberland River Rubber Duck Race, which raised over $50,000 for the agency last year.
Kay is also spear-heading a long-term building project on the Big Brothers Big Sisters property where a building is being designed to house many non-profit organizations that provide valuable services to children and families. Whether securing new playground equipment for the community, supporting the local Red Cross, sports teams, or serving the community through the local realtor association, Kay is working to be a role model for further generations.
Schillo is affiliated with the Clarksville – Sango branch office, located at 2204 Madison St. As a real estate agent, she specializes in residential, corporate and military relocation, VA / HUD assumptions and investment properties serving the needs of buyers and sellers in and around the Clarksville and Fort Campbell area.
Crye-Leike? (www.crye-leike.com), a full service real estate company for 29 years, is the nation’s 10th largest real estate company and the largest in the Mid-South. It has a network of over 3,000 sales associates and 95 corporate and franchise offices located in 53 counties throughout a seven-state southern region in Tennessee, Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky and Mississippi. In 2005, the Crye-Leike organization attained sales of $5.6 billion with 34,039 closed transaction sides.