REBA names new board

At the annual shareholder’s luncheon on Nov. 18, the new board of the La Jolla Real Estate Brokers Association (REBA) was announced. J.R. Sullivan is the new president; Patrick Park, first vice president; Patti Jelley, second vice president, Karsten Joehnk, treasurer; Sallie Ann Whitney, secretary, and Athena Harman and Don Dewhurst, directors.

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