President Jim Dohr To Retire From Coldwell Banker Realty-Gundaker

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Coldwell Banker Realty – Gundaker today announced that President Jim Dohr will retire in September. After 45 years with the company, Dohr has earned a reputation as one of the most highly respected business leaders in St. Louis as well as across the national real estate community.

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Coldwell Banker Realty – Gundaker today announced that President Jim Dohr will retire in September. After 45 years with the company, Dohr has earned a reputation as one of the most highly respected business leaders in St. Louis as well as across the national real estate community.

Starting his career with Ira E. Berry, the then independent brokerage was acquired by Coldwell Banker in 1985. He later joined Gundaker Realtors in 1999, which was soon after also acquired by the company and became Coldwell Banker Gundaker in 2001. Ever since, Dohr spent 20 years steering the ship of Coldwell Banker Realty – Gundaker and securing the company’s spot as the No. 1 brokerage in St. Louis for two decades.

Dohr is not only recognized for his exceptional leadership but also for his unrelenting commitment to serving the city with the highest level of quality and helping to develop outstanding leaders and agents. This dedication extends far beyond the real estate industry and into the greater local community, evident through his receipt of the St. Louis Realtors’ Humanitarian Award and the St. Louis Realtors’ Lifetime Achievement Award.

Coldwell Banker Realty – Gundaker is confident that this success will continue with the leadership of Carole McCabe, who will remain the regional vice president and assume the top position for the company. Working with Dohr for 19 years, McCabe is the ideal individual to continue the company’s growth trajectory and make this as seamless of a transition as possible.

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“I am one of many in this industry who point to Jim as the person from whom we learned crucial leadership lessons. Jim’s educated perspective, confident calm, and resolve in competition have inspired generations. It has been such an honor to work alongside Jim, and I am forever grateful for his exceptional leadership and dedication to our company. Please join me in celebrating Jim as he embarks on his next journey and thanking him for all that he has done to lead the community and uplift others throughout his time with Coldwell Banker.”

– – M. Ryan Gorman, CEO of Coldwell Banker

“I am incredibly honored to have had the chance to work with Jim. His professionalism, good nature and strength have made an impact on me, as they have on so many people in the Coldwell Banker family. Jim will be dearly missed, but I am confident that Carole will continue Coldwell Banker – Gundaker’s legacy of success and take it to new heights.”

– – Greg Rand, executive vice president, Coldwell Banker Realty Central Region

“I have greatly enjoyed my time working alongside Jim for close to two decades and his retirement is bittersweet for us all. I am incredibly grateful for this opportunity to continue his legacy, and look forward to serving agents, employees, and the greater St. Louis community for years to come.”

– – Carole McCabe, regional vice president, Coldwell Banker Realty – Gundaker

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