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Mar. 6 – Lynn Dempsey nominated by Governor as Georgia Real Estate Commissioner

Savannah Business Journal Staff Report

 

March 6, 2017 - Gov. Nathan Deal nominated Lynn Dempsey as Commissioner of the Georgia Real Estate Commission following the retirement of William L. Rogers Jr. The nomination was approved by the Georgia Real Estate Commission late last week, and is effective immediately.

Dempsey is a second-generation auctioneer and the former president and managing broker of Dempsey Auction Company.

He is a past president of the Georgia Auctioneers Association and was named to the Georgia Auctioneers Hall of Fame. Dempsey was a member of the Rome-Floyd County Development Authority and served on the Georgia Auctioneer’s Commission.

He previously sat on the boards of directors for the Greater Rome Chamber of Commerce and the Georgia Chamber. Dempsey is a graduate and past chairman of Leadership Georgia.

He sits on the advisory board for the Exchange Club Family Resource Center for the Prevention of Child Abuse and teaches Sunday School at Rome First United Methodist Church.

Dempsey earned a bachelor’s degree in Real Estate from the University of Georgia, and resides in Rome.

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