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Mary Alice Ruppert Honored as 2023 Realtor of the Year by NYSAR

The New York State Association of Realtors (NYSAR) has named Mary Alice Ruppert as the 2023 Realtor of the Year during the association’s “Elevate Your Profession” Fall Business Meetings held at Turning Stone Resort & Casino in Verona, NY.

Mary Alice Ruppert and Jennifer Vucetic
Mary Alice Ruppert of Coach Real Estate Associates and Jennifer Vucetic, 2022 NYSAR president. (Photo credit: NYSAR)

A Prestigious Award for Outstanding Service

Ruppert is the 65th recipient of the Realtor of the Year award, which recognizes outstanding service to the Realtor organization at local, state, and national levels, strict adherence to the principles of the National Association of Realtors Code of Ethics, and a commitment to civic activity and business accomplishments.

About Mary Alice Ruppert

Ruppert is an associate broker for Coach Real Estate Associates in East Islip. She has been an active Realtor for over 30 years and has served NYSAR for two decades. Ruppert was the Long Island Board of Realtor (LIBOR) president in 2016 and currently serves as LIBOR’s secretary/treasurer. Additionally, she received LIBOR’s Legislative Advocacy Award in 2016 and was named salesperson of the year.

Since 2003, Ruppert has been a NYSAR director and has served on the Legislative Policy Forum, Education Management Committee, and has been a member of NYSAR’s Realtor Honor Society. She has also been a steady Realtor Political Action Committee (RPAC) Sterling R supporter, donating over $10,000 to RPAC throughout her career.

Ruppert’s Reaction to the Honor

“This is the pinnacle for me,” Ruppert said. “It’s the highest honor a Realtor can achieve. Thank you very much.”

Looking Forward

With Mary Alice Ruppert’s impressive track record and dedication to the real estate profession, it’s no wonder she has been honored with the prestigious Realtor of the Year award. Her commitment to excellence, ethical standards, and service to her community are all qualities that make her an outstanding role model for fellow Realtors and those aspiring to join the industry.

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