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LRES names Don Mask chief administration officer and chairman

Company promotes 13-year veteran

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LRES, a provider of residential and commercial valuations and asset management for the mortgage, banking, credit union and real estate industries, has named Don Mask as the company’s chief administration officer and chairman.

Mask was previously the company’s chief financial officer and has been with the company for 13 years.

In his new role, Mask has been tasked with developing short and long-term strategic goals; overseeing human resources, marketing, client relations and facilities departments; establishing board governance; and managing the company’s business investments.

“Don’s proven success handling the financial planning for LRES makes him the ideal candidate for his new role of managing corporate investments and establishing strategic planning and business analytics across department lines,” said Roger Beane, CEO of LRES.

Prior to joining LRES, Mask held executive level positions at several national companies that provide services for universities, where he was charged with raising millions of dollars in equity, directing facility renovations and leading multi-year union contract negotiations, among other fundraising tasks within academia.

“My 13-year tenure at LRES has been highly rewarding,” Mask said. “I look forward to the new opportunities ahead as it relates to both the overall future direction of the company and specifically to my new role of overseeing company departments and investments.”

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