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Four of our seven children work for the third largest property management company in America. Lincoln Property Company manages residential, commercial and international properties around the world. The website Rainmaker describes the company.
“Lincoln Property Company was founded in 1965 for the purpose of building and operating quality residential communities. Consistently listed as one of the largest apartment developers in the United States, Lincoln has developed more than 182,000 multifamily residential units. Lincoln is currently ranked, in terms of size, as the third largest property manager in the U.S., with more than 140,000 apartment units under management. In addition, approximately 70% of Lincoln’s apartment management portfolio is comprised of fee management accounts for third-party investors.”
All of our children working for Lincoln have won multiple performance awards. Our youngest daughter Shelly Grace Roberts Williford becomes the second to win the Gold Medallion Award. She follows her oldest sister Shannon in winning this prestigious award. You can only win it once in a career and all of our children know it’s a big deal. Congratulations Shelly!
I want to express to the middle and upper management of The Lincoln Property Company the appreciation of a grateful parent. You invited four of our children to join your team. You trained them and allowed them to advance at their own pace. You recognize their achievements. You pay them well. Thanks! To those in the company who have had the most “hands on” influence in our children’s professional development, you are the real champions here. What they have achieved has been done on the shoulders of their managers and supervisors. They could not have accomplished what they did without your unselfish contributions. Thanks!
Here’s a copy of the letter read last Friday at the annual award ceremony. It was held this year in San Antonio, Texas. (Click on the link below the photo to read the actual letter. If you know Shelly, you’ll enjoy the read!)