Retirement

Remembering Neil

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of our own Neil Culbertson. Neil suffered a severe heart-attack on July 4th and did not recover. It was a devastating shock to us all.

Neil has been with BrokersGroup Real Estate since it’s beginning in 2007. Loved by all of us here at BG and a friend to many others in the real estate community, Neil will be missed dearly. Known for his positive attitude, hard work and commitment to his clients, Neil brought to this office so much more than we could ever have imagined. His love of music inspired him to co-found Jazz in the Alley, an event BrokersGroup has been excited to sponsor and something we look forward to every summer. Celebrating it’s 9th year this Lavender Weekend, JITA will not be the same without him. A musician at heart, Neil was encouraged to continue his passion for music when he was asked to join the Buck Ellard Band. We have all enjoyed the numerous musical events Neil brought into our lives, and are immensely blessed to be considered ‘family’ by him and his wife Beverly. There is no one who will ever take Neil’s place in our hearts. I wish the goodbye’s of this life didn’t hurt so much, but I know you’re in a better place Neil and I hope you and Beverly know just how much you’ll be missed by your family here at BrokersGroup.

 

What’s New at Sequim Museum & Arts Center? + ‘Giveaway’

BrokersGroup Real Estate is a proud sponsor of the Sequim Museum and Arts Center whose mission is ‘to be the stewards of Sequim's cultural heritage by engaging the public in the preservation, study, and interpretation of the collections, and supporting the arts and humanities through inspiring education and exhibition.’

Sequim Museum and Arts Center is a 100% volunteer non-profit organization. The museum features Permanent Exhibits such as the Manis Mastadon and the Jamestown S’Klallam Longhouse as well as rotating History Exhibits such as Maritime/Sailing Ship Models, Farms to Barns and currently a 1907 REO B Model Runabout, said to be the first automobile in the Dungeness Valley!

The Sequim Museum also features several exhibits from local artists including hosting the Sequim ArtsJuried Art Show and being a regular art stop on the monthly First Friday Art Walk.

Right now the Museum is gearing up for its newest exhibit, and we’re excited. How excited? So excited that we have a giveaway to go with it! Starting in February the Sequim Museum and Arts Center will be home to the permanent exhibit ‘Boys in the Boat’ - the story of the 1936 Gold Medal winner Joe Rantz of Sequim.

If you haven’t read the book yet, now’s your chance to own it. We’re giving away a copy of Daniel James Brown’s book ‘The Boys in the Boat’. A New York Times #1 bestseller and keeper of a Top 10 place for over 30 weeks and counting. Check out the book trailer:


To enter be sure to ‘Like’ us on Facebook and comment on ‘Giveaway’ post. We’ll use Random.org to draw a winner on Feb 11th. Good Luck and be sure to check out all the Sequim Museum and Arts Center has to offer!