Terry James Lehrling, real estate broker. Recipient copper letter for community service Mayor of Tucson, 1980, Copper Plaque Pima County Board Supervisors, 1991. Member Tucson Association Realtors, Arizona Association National Association Realtors, Arizona Parks and Recreation Association, DeMolay Club.
Sales executive San Xavier Realty & Trust Company, 1972. Residential sales manager 1st Realty & Investment Company, Inc., Tucson, 1973. Founder, broker Terry J. Lehrling & Associates, since 1974.
Founder, owner, designated broker TELECO Realty and Business Investments, since 1975, Number 1 Mkt.ing Group, since 1976. Founder, owner Legal Research Associates, since 1978. Founder Teleco Product Development and Mkg., Tucson, since 1976.
Broker Red Carpet Realtors, Tucson, since 1976. Founder Teleco Realty & Development, 1978. Founder, president Number One Marketing Group, Tucson, since 1978.
Assistant manager Shadron Business Brokerage, since 1983. Vice president American Business Enterprises, since 1983. Founder, chief executive officer Legal Research Associates, since 1983.
Member Pima County Parks and Recreation Commission, since 1973, chairman, since 1976. Member Democratic Precinct Committee, since 1972, Arizona Committee, since 1972, Pima County Sheriff's Department, since 1998, chairman Baja commission, since 2004. Board directors Pima Community College, 1970.
Delegate Democratic Regional Convention, 1976. Board directors Metropolitan Youth Council, 1977, chairman board, 1978-1979. President board directors Hudlow Kindergarten, 1977.
Chairman Arizona Supreme Court Foster Care Review Board Northern 5, 1979-1983, member state board, since 1980, member C.A.T.S. committee Central Arizona Project. Board directors, active member Tucson Boys' Chorus, since 1985. President Dietz. Parent-Teachers Association, 1983-1984.
Member Autocap Board for Pima County Attorney and Arizona Automobile Association, 1996. Vice chairman noise reduction task force Mayor and Council, City of Tucson, 1996. Chairman BASA Commission 2004.
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