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Spotlight on Curry team members that go above and beyond

Remember when the only time we fastened onto the term “essential workers” was in a weather event like a snowmageddon and the city would say to us non-essential types – stay home, off the streets, make way for the really essential people! We just thought they meant mostly folks like emergency responders, snowplow drivers and Quik Trip employees.

Miracle Ear Midwest Moves into The Summit Shopping Center

Miracle Ear Midwest owner Tiffany Davis signed a lease in October for a 2,000-square-foot space at the Summit Shopping Center, a thriving retail and office center at 196 Oldham Road Parkway in Lee’s Summit, Missouri, managed by Curry Real Estate Services. The Miracle-Ear Hearing Care Center in Lee’s Summit offers complete hearing health care, advanced hearing care solutions and lifetime service for Miracle-Ear patients.

Missouri Quality Care Joins the List of Great Curry Tenants

When Jeff Thornton, administrator for Missouri Quality Care, joined the non-profit agency that serves individuals with developmental disabilities, the organization had seven clients and 11 staff based in Cameron, Missouri. Now, it has 45 clients and 160 employees in two markets. Thornton just signed a five-year lease for 4,000 square feet at 2700 NE Kendallwood Parkway in Gladstone, Missouri, managed by Curry Real Estate Services. Missouri Quality Care is another organization that is looking to prepare its future for growth.

An Amazing Addition to the Curry Team

Erika Waisner loves helping people. She did that early on when, using her degree in criminal justice, she served as a probation parole officer and worked alongside those who often did the work to turn their lives around. In pivoting to property management, the opportunity to help people multiplied and she was a natural at it.

Curry’s Drive-Thru Christmas Party

Curry Real Estate Services works hard to show our team how much we appreciate their continued efforts throughout the year. The top team celebration is always the Annual Christmas Party where Curry associates are entertained, find a way to collectively give back and enjoy a fun festive meal. With Covid-19, the 2020 Christmas Party had to take on a different form.rn their lives around. In pivoting to property management, the opportunity to help people multiplied and she was a natural at it.

Rick Wertz Retires After 48 Years

Rick Wertz, vice president in Curry Real Estate Service’s multi-family division, likes to say he started at the ground level when he joined the company. Graduated from William Jewell with a business degree, he met Curry Chairman Emeritus Ray Brock through Brock’s daughter Carol who attended William Jewell, and began his career at the company’s Rockcreek Apartments on Kendallwood Parkway in Gladstone. Doing grounds keeping.

Signature Landscaping is another Curry vendor giving back during tough times.

If you are among the many who enjoy the landscaping dotting Curry Real Estate Services multi-family and commercial properties, it may be Signature Landscaping’s handiwork.

They don’t mind getting dirty making things pretty and that goes for the company’s management team that stepped up earlier this year to donate their labor and material to refresh the landscaping of a Synergy Services shelter for men, women or children escaping domestic violence.

Empowering its team to do well for others is one way ACE is giving back during the pandemic.

In the pandemic when your team is all day, every day, at your customers’ locations – often three, four or more locations in any given day — you make sure they are well provisioned with personal protective equipment, trained to wear it and dispose of it, to protect themselves and the customers they serve. That discipline gives your field team hyper awareness not only of their own safety precautions to reduce the spread of the coronavirus but they notice how their customers are managing as well.

Zipco Cleaning and Restoration is one of our Top Pics for Vendors doing Good Works in the Pandemic.

You might say Zipco Cleaning and Restoration had something of a head start on pandemic preparedness as its teams use the still in-demand N95 masks when they are on mitigation projects repairing water/flood, fire/smoke and wind/storm damage for their residential, commercial and institutional customers. The company had a supply of these face masks on hand when many organizations were scrambling to build their supply chain for personal protective equipment (PPE).

Donna Beaver Retires

Donna Beaver likes Curry Real Estate Services so much, she worked there twice. After nearly 40 years in all, the company accounting manager is calling it a day and looking forward to whatever is next. “I know some say they are bored to death in retirement but my friends tell

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