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2015 TAA Board of Directors


Members of 2014 Board of Directors


Call for Nominations


The Triangle Apartment Association’s Nominating Committee will soon begin its process of interviewing individuals who have an interest in serving on the TAA Board of Directors, in an effort to formulate a proposed slate of officers and directors for 2015-2016. The TAA Board of Directors is comprised of 16 members: twelve (12) representing the owner/operators of the association and four (4) representing the associate members. Included in that number are five officers: President, Vice President, Immediate Past President, Treasurer and Secretary. The Association continues to grow. In order to effectively manage that


growth, many goals and objectives lie before the Board of Directors as they carry out their fiduciary responsibilities to the Association. Included in the Board responsibilities are:


• Adhering to TAA’s Mission Statement • Continued implementation of strategic initiatives • Keeping abreast of member interests and needs • Advocating on behalf of the Association


• Being an ambassador for the Association • Attending scheduled monthly meetings of the Board of Directors


• Be an active participant on a TAA committee • Advancing growth by reaching out to those who desire direction and support


• Professionalism through better education • Visibility as a strong network of industry representatives


If you have an interest in serving on the Board of Directors, please


contact TAA Executive Director Josie Eatmon (jeatmon@triangleaptassn.org or 919-782-1165 ext. 8) to receive the Board Interest Form; or visit the TAA website, scroll down the Leadership tab to download the form. The completed forms are provided to the Nominating Committee who will follow up with each individual to gain further insight as to their interest in serving.


Deadline for Board Interest Form submissions: August 29, 2014. IN MEMORY OF DAVID COLEMAN FALK, SR.


On April 14, 2014, Mr. Falk passed away after a long illness. He was part of the second generation Drucker and Falk and was quite instrumental in the growth of the company from North Carolina to Florida. He was mainly responsible for thousands of apartments built in the Triangle over a thirty year period. Mr. Falk never tired of developing and building apartment communities. Starting in 1968 with Montecito Apartments, he was the catalyst behind the quiet steady growth of the rental housing industry in the Triangle. He never built the same asset twice nor did he build anything over two stories tall and never more than 12 units to the acre. Drucker and Falk, armed with a short list of loyal builders, continued to steadily build apartments through the seventies, eighties and nineties. He took equal pride knowing that D&F employees continued to grow professionally as the firm grew through the years. He was willing to allow those around him to have the space needed to succeed in many grand schemes. It was not unusual for him to head out on a Monday morning driving his Grand Cherokee to visit the Florida managed properties, armed only with a bucket of KFC fried chicken and a bag of cigars that were cut in half. Our thoughts and prayers go out to his family, especially to his daughter and son, Kellie Falk and David C. Falk, Jr. who continue


to operate the company, Drucker and Falk, LLC. He will be sorely missed by those that knew him and even more by those that were fortunate enough to have worked with him.


the ApartMentor | July/August 5


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