HOMESITE MAP | SEARCH | CONTACT   Twitter Facebook

1994–2016 Honorees

2016 Friend of Housing Award Recipients
2016 awards presented to Michael Mirra; Stephen Norman; Betsy Hunter; Marilee Roloff; Chris Lowell. Photo: Alec Miller.

MARGARET M. SEVY AFFORDABLE HOUSING LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS

2016 Michael Mirra

2015 Doris Koo

2015 M.A. Leonard

2014 Ishbel Dickens

2013 Governor Mike Lowry

2012 Bud Alkire

2012 Bill Block

2011 Ray Reickers

2010 Bill Hobson

2008 Carla Okigwe

2007 Corine Knudsen

2007 Chuck Weinstock

2006 Judy Reed

FRIEND OF HOUSING AWARDS

Friend of Housing recipients are nominated annually by their peers and colleagues working in the public, private, and independent sectors of the affordable housing industry. Honorees are selected for their leadership and exceptional contribution to provide safe, decent and affordable housing.

2016

News Release 2016

Stephen Norman, King County Housing Authority

Marilee Roloff, Spokane’s Crosswalk and retired director of Volunteers of American Eastern Washington

Betsy Hunter, Plymouth Housing

Chris Lowell, Housing Authority of Thurston County

Joanne Quinn, City of Seattle Office of Housing

Robert Rozen, housing advocate

2015

News Release 2015

Bill Rumpf, Mercy Housing Northwest

Faith Li Pettis, Pacifica Law Group

Cindy Algeo, Spokane Low Income Housing Consortium

Dinah Thoreson, KeyBank

Billie Heath, Rural Community Assistance Corporation

2014

News Release 2014

Chris Venne, Community Frameworks

Beacon Development Group

Jayne Auld, Spokane Housing Ventures

Adrienne Quinn, King County Community and Human Services

Mayor Stephen Buxbaum, City of Olympia

Posthumous award honoring Harry Hoffman

2013

News Release 2013

Christina Pegg, Longview Housing Authority

Helen Stevenson, retired from Spokane Housing Ventures

The Opportunity Council

Sue Cary, retired from Capitol Hill Housing

Leah Greenwood, Affordable Community Environments

2012

News Release 2012

Tom Tierney, retired from Seattle Housing Authority

Bob Peeler, Spokane Neighborhood Action Partners

John Williamson, Lower Elwha Housing Authority 

Cindy Erickson, retired from Seattle Office of Housing

Harry Burlingame, Boeing retiree, long-time volunteer for Tacoma/Pierce County Habitat for Humanity

Rick Friedhoff, Compass Housing Alliance

2011

Elena Bassett, Native American   

John Campbell, San Juan Architect  

Marc Cote, Seattle Resident

Mark Flynn, HUD Officer

Betsy Leiberman, Social Service Innovator

Ray Mooney, Spokane Banker

Arlene Patton, Retired Spokane Resident

2010

Cathie Griffith, Homeownership Opportunities Specialist, ARC of Spokane

Maureen Howard, Habitat for Humanity of Washington State

Paul Lambros, Plymouth Housing Group (Seattle)

Downtown Emergency Service Center

Sea Mar Community Health Centers

2009

Sheila King, Multifamily Affordable Properties

Renee Rooker, Walla Walla Housing Authority

Housing Authority of Chelan County / City of Wenatchee

Islanders Bank of Friday Harbor

Pioneer Human Services

2008

Edwin Petersen, Founder, Housing Hope

Linda Hugo, Community Frameworks

Lisa Vatske, Washington State Department of Community, Trade and Economic Development

Mark Lundgren, M.C. Lundgren General Contractor, Inc.

Sue Taoka, Shorebank Enterprise Cascadia

Housing Authority of Grant County

2007

Maureen Kostyak, Seattle Office of Housing

Melinda Szatlocky, Housing Authority of Clallam County 

Ishbel Dickens, Columbia Legal Services

Pam Blanton, King County Developmental Disabilities Division

Washington State Representative Eric Pettigrew

Nola Renz, Helping Hand House

GreenStone Homes

Next Step Housing

2006

Nora Gibson, ElderHealth Northwest 

Christine Robison, Umpqua Bank

Lisa Byers, OPAL Community Land Trust’s executive director

Lynn Davison, Common Ground

State Senator Darlene Fairley, 32nd Legislative District

Spokane Service Team Educational Service District 101

Real Change

Friends of Youth and Hopelink

2005

Bill Zeck and Rod Butler, Zeck Butler Architects

Enumclaw Housing Task Force

Intercommunity Mercy Housing

Erin Kelleher, Affordable Community Environments

The Honorable Governor Mike Lowry

Washington State Representative Fred Jarret

Washington State Representatives Mark Miloscia and Timm Ormsby

Corky Senecal, Washington State Coalition for the Homeless

2004

Valerie Felt, Columbia Bank

Paul Purcell, Beacon Development Group

The Honorable Governor John Spellman

Tom Lattimore, Impact Capital

 Anne and Rick Steves

Washington Growers League

Homeownership Center of Tacoma

Bob Drewel, Snohomish County Executive

The Honorable Governor Gary Locke

2003

Tonkin, Hoyne, Lokan

Mario Villanueva, Diocese of Yakima Housing Services

Kay Cram, Action Mortgage

Henry Beauchamp, Opportunities Industrialization Center of Washington

Susan Duren, Washington Community Reinvestment Association

Judy Dailey, Federal Home Loan Bank of Seattle

Washington State Senator Joseph Zarelli

2002

Margaret Maxwell, Washington State Coalition for the Homeless

Compass Center

Don Brewer, Key Bank

Benson East Tenants Association

Washington State Representative James Dunn

Norman and Stella Chivers, Parkview Services

2001

South King County Multi-Service Center

David Cheal, Senate Services, Labor, Commerce and Financial Institutions

Heyward Watson, Fannie Mae, Washington State Partnership Office

Ken Katahira, Interim Community Development Association

Jose Hidalgo, Seattle Mortgage Company

Washington State Senator Lisa Brown

2000

Washington Trust

Majken Ryherd

Siobhan Ring, Tenants Union

Office of Rural and Farmworker Housing

Don Hines, Tacoma Redevelopment Authority

Jack Gallagher, Fannie Mae

1999

Peggy Burrell, Spokane Neighborhood Action Programs

Columbia Legal Services

Dorothy Lengyel, HomeSight

Torris McCall, US Bank

Kathy Roseth, Executive Director; Lutheran Alliance To Create Housing

Brian Royer, Royer & Association

Yakima Valley Partners/Habitat for Humanity

1998

Joe Diehl, ashington Council of Affordable Rural Housing

Ron Simms, King County Executive

Carla Okigwe, Housing Development Consortium of Seattle-King County

Rose Ann Lindsey, INB Mortgage

Betsy Palma, La Clinica Self-Help Housing Program

Guillermo Castanada, La Clinica Self-Help Housing Program

Jon Gould, Children’s Alliance

Spokane Neighborhood Action Programs

Washington State Representative Phyllis Gutierrez-Kenny

1997

Bob Boyer, Washington Trust Bank

Cheryl Cervantes

Michael Dotson, Seafirst Bank

Helen Dunlap

El Patio Apartments

Washington State Senator Rosa Franklin

Mark Kantor

Doris Morgan, Holly Park Community Council

Northwest Regional Facilitators

Washington State Senator Shirley Winsley

1996

Pam Alden, Continental Mortgage

Mary Jo Harvey

High Point Resident Initiative Association

David Mandley

Steve Maloney, Mellon Mortgage

John McEvoy

Phoebe Nelson

Okanogan County Community Action Council

Kenny Pitman

Washington State Representative Renee Radcliff

Washington State Senator Margarita Prentice

Michael Ryherd

Nancy Smith

Washington State Representative Mary Skinner

Harry Thomas

1995

Sandy Bishop, Lopez Island Community Land Trust

Alberta Canada, Martin Luther King Housing Development Association

Kurt Creager, Vancouver Housing Authority

Skip Chilberg, Washington State Housing Finance Commission

Deborah Davis, Rural, Economic, and Community Development Service

Sharon Lee, Low-Income Housing Institute

Danielle Pensley, VISTA volunteer with Housing Hope

Andrew Reid, Spokane Low-Income Housing Consortium

Judy Reed, Washington Community Reinvestment Association

Neil Treitman, Community Development Services

Dave Voss, Continental Bank

1994

Len Brannen

Brooke Creswell, ORFH

Diana Goodwin Shavey

Dick Maison, West One Bank/Yakima Valley Bank

Norm McLoughlin, Kitsap Co. Consolidated Housing Authority

Jeff Robinson, Washington State Department of Community, Trade and Economic Development, Housing Trust Fund

Alan Schulkin

U.S. Bank

Ken Mayhew, Washington Mutual
 

 
Home | About | CareersCommissioners | Contact UsEventsMy View Newsletter | Publications | Homeownership: Homebuyer Programs | Information for Lending and Real Estate Professionals | Multifamily Housing: 9% Housing Credit | Bond/Tax Credit | 80/20 Bonds | 501(c)(3) Housing BondsSpecial Programs: Energy | Farmer/Rancher | Nonprofit FacilitiesLand Acquisition Program | Property Managers: Asset Management and Compliance Information for Investors: Official Statements, Annual Reports, Interim Information |  Privacy Notice | Requests for Public Records 
Washington State Housing Finance Commission   Twitter Facebook
1000 Second Avenue, Suite 2700, Seattle, WA 98104 | Phone: 206-464-7139 or 800-767-4663 | Fax: 206-587-5113 | Contact Us |
©1998-2017 All Rights Reserved