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real estate executive

Kermit Malcolm Botkin, American real estate executive. Named to Honorary Order of Kentucky Colonels; named one of Outstanding Young Men of America, 1980.

Background

Botkin, Kermit Malcolm was born on March 20, 1950 in Marion, Indiana, United States. Son of Kermit Abraham and Dorothy Elizabeth (Tyler) Botkin.

Education

Student, Indiana University, 1969. Student, Taylor University, 1971.

Career

Emergency medical technician Marion General Hospital, 1971-1973. Apprentice embalmer Devine Colonial Mortuary, Marion, 1971-1973. Property manager FCH Services, Inc., Indianapolis, 1973-1978.

Vice president, partner Triangle Associates, Inc., 1979-1987. Vice president, director property management Hanover Group, Inc., 1987-1989. President Eagle Premier Realty Group, from 1989.

Trustee Triangle and Associates Benefit Trust, Indianapolis, since 1983.

Membership

Member National Association Housing Cooperatives, Midwest Association Housing Cooperatives (speaker), Indiana Council of Cooperative Housing, Institute Real Estate Management, Metropolitan Indianapolis Board Realtors, Apartment Association Indiana (government housing subcommittee), Fraternal Order of Police. Clubs: Big Red. Lodges: Masons.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Swimming, raising small animals.

Connections

Married Deborah Jo Ann Botkin, June 5, 1970 (divorced February 1987). Children: Kermit Thomas, Greta Elizabeth Annual.

father:
Kermit Abraham Botkin

mother:
Dorothy Elizabeth (Tyler) Botkin

spouse:
Deborah Jo Ann Botkin

children:
Kermit Thomas Botkin

Greta Elizabeth Annual Botkin