Mark Keesecker Good Neighbor Award Application
Mark Keesecker was tragically killed in an automobile accident in 2007. Past NETAR President Sharon Duncan once said the Good Neighbor Award that bears his name is a living reminder of his determination, purpose, and kindness. His too-short life was an example of the total Realtor® package.
After graduating from East Tennessee State University, Mark made remarkable achievements in real estate sales and was an example of professionalism for all of his colleagues. He attained some of the highest awards in the nation for his work in real estate including the Century 21 Corporate Centurion Award, which is earned by only about five percent of agents in the Century 21 system.
Throughout all of his successes, Mark was a humble and gracious gentleman. He was a member of the First Baptist Church in Erwin but attended Christ Fellowship in Kingsport. He was renowned for giving supplies to local schools and generous donations of his time and resources to various charities.
Mark left a positive impression on those he encountered in his professional and private life. His friendship and dedication was greatly appreciated, and he is deeply missed by all who knew him.