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By Journal of Property Management staff
Member Update July Aug 2020


Adam Berger, CPM
Denver-based Mill Creek Residential has welcomed a new vice president of property management to its growing team. Adam Berger, CPM, now oversees Mill Creek’s Central region of Colorado, Texas and Arizona. His new duties include the launch and execution of a robust portfolio of new developments and acquisitions contributing to the rapid growth trajectory Mill Creek has been on since forming in 2011. Prior to joining the Mill Creek family, he was with Alliance Residential, AMO, for several years, most recently serving as regional vice president for the company’s Denver market.

Christine Lacy, CPM
Philadelphia’s Pennrose Management Company, AMO, has appointed Christine Lacy, CPM, as its vice president of operations. In this role, Lacy will oversee management assignments for properties in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Connecticut and Massachusetts. Lacy has practiced property and asset management for more than 30 years. She spent the previous 12 years as director of Inglis Housing Corporation, providing property management services to communities designed for the physically disadvantaged. Her industry experience includes urban planning and development and covers a variety of property types, from market-rate to senior housing. Lacy is also the 2016 recipient of the IREM Southern New Jersey Chapter’s CPM of the Year award and served as the chapter’s president in 2017.

Meg Perry, CPM Candidate
CPM Candidate Meg Perry was recently made a senior property manager by Harsch Investment Properties in Portland, Oregon, where she’s been moving up in the ranks since joining the firm in 2016. Harsch owns and operates a variety of properties in six Western states, and the focus of Perry’s new position is on the Portland portfolio. Her role puts her in charge of 15 properties, a total of more than 600,000 square feet of office and industrial space occupied by 40 tenants.

Disciplinary action
Disciplinary action was taken against David L. Lane by the IREM Ethics Inquiry Board. The Ethics Inquiry Board was notified that Mr. Lane is no longer licensed to practice real estate in the state of Mississippi, and therefore terminated his IREM membership and status as a CPM effective April 10, 2020 pursuant to the procedures set forth in the IREM Statement of Policies Article II: Section 5.

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