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W. Bradford Rutledge

real estate executive

W. Bradford Rutledge, American real estate executive. Licensed real estate broker, Colorado. Member National Association Realtors, Colorado Association Realtors (trustee 1982-1984, vice president 1983), Steamboat Springs Board Realtors (Realtor of Year 1979), Realtors National Marketing Institute, Realtors Land Institute.

Background

Rutledge, W. Bradford was born on June 11, 1942 in Schenectady, New York, United States. Son of Orrin Clark and Gladys Gillette (Brown) Rutledge.

Education

Bachelor in Science, University Colorado, 1965.

Career

Salesman, United States Catheter and Instrument, Glens Falls, New York, 1965-1968;carpenter, various building contractors, Steamboat Springs, Colorado, 1969-1973;with sales department, Ski Country Real Estate, Steamboat Springs, 1973-1982;principal, Brad Rutledge Real Estate, Steamboat Springs, since 1983. Assistant manager Ski Haus International, Steamboat Springs, 1970-1973. Developer, broker Grouse Creek Park, Steamboat Springs, 1980-1987.

Achievements

  • Licensed real estate broker, Colorado.

Religion

God offers a loving relationship. The Covenant is not a contract in which God and human beings agree to provide particular goods and services for each other. God has freely and graciously already made it possible.

Views

Just as a human body contains different limbs and organs that depend on each other, so members of a Christian society should be close and caring enough to feel each other's pain and delight.

Membership

Member National Association Realtors, Colorado Association Realtors (trustee 1982-1984, vice president 1983), Steamboat Springs Board Realtors (Realtor of Year 1979), Realtors National Marketing Institute, Realtors Land Institute.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: hiking, skiing, camping.

Connections

Married Cynthia Louise Armatys, June 3, 1972.

father:
Orrin Clark Rutledge

mother:
Gladys Gillette (Brown) Rutledge

spouse:
Cynthia Louise Armatys

Politics

The diversity of religious expressions is guaranteed by the separation of church and state. However, church and state should interact in different social and political fields for the benefit of the whole society.