Cyndi Scarpelli is Elected as a Director for the Dayton Area Board of Realtors

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Cyndi Scarpelli, Vice President/Sales Manager of the Sibcy Cline Beavercreek office was elected as a Director for the Dayton Area Board of Realtors. She will serve a three-year term for the board starting in January. Cyndi is the first Sibcy Cline representative to serve as a director for this board.

Cyndi’s Campaign
“You have my promise to represent you and our profession with dignity and grace. I have had the pleasure of getting to know so many of you through events, committees, and programs at the board, and will continue to serve to make a difference at our Dayton Board of Realtors®. I will consider it an honor to work for you!”   – Cyndi

About Cyndi
Cyndi has been heavily involved with educational and networking opportunities such as the Dayton Region Ambassador and Leadership Development programs as well as the REBar Camp event. In 2014, she was named Manager of the Year by the board. She has been involved with these committees:

• Professional Standards
• Grievance
• Technology (chairperson)
• Community Service Task Force
• Forms
• Dayton Ambassador

Being active in the community and giving back is very important to Cyndi. She has worked with Habitat for Humanity; Rebuilding Together Dayton; The Other Place; Gospel Mission; Hope Builds Houses; as well as an annual Valentine’s Dance benefitting the Special Wish Foundation. SIbcy Cline recognized Cyndi’s contributions with a Community Service award this year.

Read more about Cyndi here and here.

 

 

Cyndi Scarpelli Earns Sibcy Cline’s Community Service Award for 2014

Pam Sibcy (right) is bestowing the 2014 Community Service award to Cyndi Scarpelli

Pam Sibcy (right) is bestowing the 2014 Community Service award to Cyndi Scarpelli

Cyndi Scarpelli, Vice President/Sales Manager of the Beavercreek Sibcy Cline office has been named the company’s Community Service Award winner for 2014. She received this honor at the company’s Celebration of Success on September 4, 2014.

Cyndi’s volunteerism is extensive: She has volunteered at local soup kitchens; Rebuilding Dayton Together (neighborhood revitalization projects); sponsored children through Compassion International; and is involved in Cancer Hope Ministry, where she writes notes of encouragement to those who are suffering with cancer.

In 2006, Cyndi (along with two other friends) formed the “Three Hearts Committee” to sponsor an annual Valentine’s Day Dance to support various charities. The sell-out dance has benefitted Habitat for Humanity; The Other Place (helps to end homelessness in Dayton, Ohio); as well as A Special Wish Foundation (which grants wishes to children with life-threatening illnesses.) Gary Auman, a board member of “A Special Wish Foundation” says of Cyndi, “She is a very giving and dedicated lady who puts her whole heart into making the event one to remember and provide the maximum benefit for our Wish Kids! Over the years that Three Hearts has held the dance benefitting Wish Kids we have averaged over $50,000 each year.”

Cyndi is also very involved with the Dayton Area Board of Realtors. She has served on the community service task force, professional standards committee, technology committee, and grievance committee; and was a member of the first Dayton Area Board of Realtors’ leadership program. She serves on the committee that organizes the Dayton Regional Ambassador Class (in which Realtors can learn about all the rich and vast history in Dayton to better sell the community.) Currently, she’s running for a director’s postion at the Dayton Area Board of Realtors and hopes to represent all of its members. Last year all of her contributions to the board were honored as she was named Dayton Manager of the Year.

Says Cyndi, “My motto is to remember that making a living is not the same as making a life.  I truly believe not to let a day pass without making it count.”

Cyndi Sarpelli is Honored as Manager of the Year with the Dayton Area Board of Realtors

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Cyndi Scarpelli, Vice President/Sales Manager of the Sibcy Cline Beavercreek office was honored by the Dayton Area Board of Realtors as Manager of the Year.

Cyndi was nominated for this award by the board’s selection committee. The honor recognizes her commitment to the board with her prior service on various committees as well as her volunteer efforts in the community.

IN THE COMMUNITY
Cyndi is a member of the “Three Hearts Committee” that sponsors an annual Valentine’s Dance as a fundraiser for various Dayton organizations including Habitat for Humanity, The Other Place (supports ending homelessness in Dayton); and a Special Wish Foundation. Read more about the upcoming dance here.

DAYTON AREA BOARD OF REALTORS
With the Dayton Area Board of Realtors, Cyndi is involved with the Professional Standards  Committee and she is the Chairperson of the Technology committee. She has also participated as a Realtors Political Action, Forms, and Grievance committees’ member as well as a member of the Community Services Task Force. Cyndi is a graduate of the board’s first Leadership Development Program, was involved with organizing the Dayton Region Ambassador program, and serves as an ambassador.

Cyndi has been affiliated with Sibcy Cline Realtors since 2007. She is a graduate of the University of Dayton. She and her husband, Tom, reside in Washington Township. They have two children.

Photo One: Robin Sheakley, President, Sibcy Cline Relocation Services, Cyndi Scarpelli and Bob Mahoney, General Sales Manager for Sibcy Cline Realtors. Photo Two: Cyndi with her husband, Tom.

Cyndi Scarpelli of Sibcy Cline Beavercreek – Special Wish Foundation Valentine’s Dance

Cyndi Scarpelli, Vice President/Sales Manager of the Sibcy Cline Beavercreek office is very involved in the Special Wish Foundation for the Dayton area.

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Each year, she and two friends (aka the Three Hearts), plan a Valentine’s Dance to raise money for this foundation. The 2014 dance will take place on February 14 at 7:00 pm at the Dayton Schuster Center’s Winter Garden. This is the ninth annual year for this charitable dance! The evening will include:

Tickets are $100 per person. This is a sell-out event with 500 people! Look at the above video for highlights from the 2013 dance.

Says Cyndi, “People ask why I’ve given nine years of work and why I don’t ask for any recognition – and it’s simple. It’s not about me. I believe every child deserves their “day”! If I can be a small part in making their wish come true, then I have won the lottery in life!”

If you cannot attend the dance this February, but could donate something for the silent auction, please contact Cyndi Scarpelli.

About Special Wish Foundation
This organization grants the wish of a child or adolescent who has been diagnosed with a life-threatening disorder. The Dayton chapter has granted over 1,500 wishes for its six-county area.

Cyndi Scarpelli of Beavercreek – Proud Mother of a Valedictorian!

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Cyndi Scarpelli, Vice President of Sibcy Cline Beavercreek, is a very proud mother to daughter, Alyssa, who was a valedictorian graduate of the Culinary Institute of America.

Alyssa has always loved to be in the kitchen with Cyndi and her grandmother. Cyndi remembers when Alyssa was eight years old that she would come home from school and make dinner (sans recipes) for the family.

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Alyssa has an artistic side to her with an eye for food presentation as well as a scientific mind that analyzes food’s chemistry. She is moving to Chicago where she hopes to pursue a profession in culinary research and development.

Sibcy Cline Beavercreek, we hope you have had the pleasure of tasting Alyssa’s culinary expertise!