Stewart Announces Election of Laurie Moore-Moore to Its Board of Directors
December 22, 2004
HOUSTON, /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- National realty expert Laurie Moore-Moore has been elected to the board of Stewart Information Services Corp. (NYSE:STC) (Stewart). She replaces Gov. John LaWare, who passed away Dec. 13.
"Laurie has been an advisory director for Stewart for almost three years, and her perspective on the national residential real estate industry has been invaluable," said Malcolm Morris, Stewart chairman and co-chief executive officer. "Laurie is not only attuned to the real estate market and its direction but she brings great insight into what our best customers expect Stewart to deliver!"
Moore-Moore is founder and president of The Institute for Luxury Home Marketing, a training, networking and certification group. She is the co- founder and former co-editor of REAL Trends, a publishing and research company serving the residential real estate industry, and she also heads a brokerage industry CEO strategy group. Moore-Moore was chosen by The Real Estate Intelligence Report as one of the 10 people having the most impact on the residential real estate business in the last 25 years.
"Laurie has been very contributory with her insight and advice with regard for the Realtor(R) community, the broadest customer segment for Stewart," said Stewart Morris Jr., Stewart president and co-chief executive officer. "She continues to be fully engaged in leadership in the realty business and we look forward to her input and guidance as a full director for Stewart."
Source: Stewart Information Services Corp.