Cyndi Scarpelli, Vice President and Sales Manager of the Sibcy Cline Beavercreek office, has been appointed as a Director for the Ohio Association of Realtors (OAR). This three-year term will entail the review, discussion and voting on new Ohio real estate legislation.
Says Cyndi, “It is my honor to serve as a Director for the OAR and its membership. I take this position very seriously and will do my best to ensure our state’s real estate laws look out for the interests of not only our real estate agents but our clients.”
Says Rob Sibcy, President of Sibcy Cline Realtors, “Cyndi been very active locally as a leader with the Dayton Area Board of Realtors. I know she will work just as hard as a Director for the state. We are very happy she is part of our Sibcy Cline team and is focusing on making our profession operate even better!”
About Cyndi – Professional Organizations
Cyndi has been a Director for the Dayton Area Board of Realtors (DABR) since 2015 and will continue in that role throughout 2017. She has served on many committees for the DABR including: Professional Standards, Finance, Community Service Task Force, Grievance and Technology/Forms. Cyndi was a part of the first DABR Leadership program as well as helped to organize its Region Ambassador program and is now a Dayton Region Ambassador. In 2013, the DABR honored Cyndi with the Manager of the Year honor in recognition of her work and dedication.
About Cyndi – Community Involvement
A Dayton resident since 1971, Cyndi has a strong sense of giving back to the community. Since 2006, she and a few close friends have sponsored an annual Valentine’s Dance to support various local charities including the Special Wish Foundation. She has been involved with the Community Service Task Force and participated in “Rebuilding Dayton Together”. She has worked in the soup kitchen at the Gospel Mission in downtown Dayton and has served on the Cancer Hope Ministry for her church. In 2014, Sibcy Cline Realtors honored Cyndi with the company’s Community Services Award in honor of all she has done to make the Dayton community a great place to live. Cyndi truly lives by the quote she uses frequently: “Work for a purpose, not a paycheck.”