What's not to like about attending two hours of MCE courses at South Padre Island? The Edwards SPI office welcomed Lisa Beville, CPA, CTIA and Vice President of Agency Support Services & Regional Education Coordinator wit Fidelity National Title Group.
Lisa taught two courses on: The Texas Title Insurance Commitment and Red Flags, Road Blocks and Title Insurance Claims. Brokers and realtors in the area enjoyed the classes and learning in beautiful South Padre! Representing Edwards were Pamela Dean, Dylan Santiso and Maria Leal.
The Edwards Hidalgo County Team is actively involved with the Women’s Council of Realtors McAllen Chapter. During the April Business Resource meeting, 23 employees and their guests attended. Mike Rhodes, President & C.E.O. of Rhodes Enterprises, Inc. served as the guest speaker and the sponsor was Lone Star National Bank. A record crowd of realtors and affiliate members were in attendance. Lots of powerful energy, networking and making business contacts made attending the BRM a pleasure! Edwards Vice President & Marketing Manager serves on the WCR Board of Directors and is the Program Chair.
Join the EDWARDS Team and the Edinburg Chamber of Commerce at the Hobo Hapnin Reunion! On Saturday, May 14th at the Chamber Depot, there will be an important event to help preserve a little piece of history….the Southern Pacific Train Depot and home to the Edinburg Chamber of Commerce. Edwards is a proud sponsor as Byron Jay Lewis and Elva Jackson Garza are proud former leaders of the organization who continue to support the Chamber’s endeavors.
Edwards continues to lead the way in the Rio Grande Valley with our involvement in so many worthwhile organizations.
Byron Jay Lewis was featured in The Monitor's VIDA section for the recognition bestowed up him by the Leadership Edinburg Class. This is a well-deserved honor for the company's leader for his contributions and support of many local charities.
The Texas Land Title Association held the annual South Texas Conference on Saturday, April 9 at the McAllen Convention Center. TLTA coordinates the conference to allow title insurance industry professionals in South Texas to earn continuing education credit. The Texas Department of Insurance requires that escrow officers, title plant personnel and others in the industry acquire a license to handle the commercial and residential transactions. They must also earn continuing education credit annually to retain their licenses.
Edwards Abstract and Title Co. had the largest representation of area title companies. Edwards registered 39 associates that attended informative sessions throughout the day. Pictured are members of the Edwards Team with company President and C.E.O. Byron Jay Lewis (in the black polo). Edwards employees and members of management from Hidalgo and Cameron County participated in the conference.