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We are proud to announce the well deserved promotion of Kevin Haegele to Regional Community Manager, North Los Angeles Division, emphasizing on the Porter Ranch submarket.
Kevin has nearly a decade of experience in the Community Management Industry and has been a valuable part of the PMP Team for over four years.
During his tenure at PMP, Kevin has grown to be an exceptional leader and we look forward to watching him flourish in his new role.
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Jennifer Zane FloresWell deserved Kevin! Congrats!

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BPR Inc.Congratulations Kevin, well deserved!

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Doctor HOAFantastic news Kevin, I am so happy for you!

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It is with great pleasure to announce the well deserved promotion of Vicki Olson to Regional Community Manager, North Los Angeles Division, emphasizing on the Santa Clarita submarket.
Vicki has over ten years of experience in the Community Management Industry and has been with PMP for over five years.
Vicki truly embodies PMP’s culture and commitment to extraordinary customer care, continually raising the bar for what it means to provide a truly exceptional service experience.
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Doctor HOAAmazing and well deserved!

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I HAVE DECIDED TO STICK WITH LOVE. HATE IS TOO GREAT A BURDEN TO BEAR. ~MLK

Here are some Fun Facts in Honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day:

1) King is to date the youngest male to win a Nobel Peace Prize, winning it in 1964 at the age of 35 (at the time he was the youngest overall for the Peace Prize). The youngest ever to win the Peace prize today is Malala Yousafzai who won it in 2014 at the age of 17.

2) King donated all of the $54,123 (about $400,000 today) he received for his Nobel Peace Prize to the Civil Rights movement. During his acceptance speech, he stated “I believe that unarmed truth and unconditional love will have the final word in reality. This is why right temporarily defeated is stronger than evil triumphant.”

3) King won a Grammy and was awarded a Congressional Gold Medal and a Medal of Freedom. The Medal of Freedom and the Gold Medal make sense, but how on Earth did he win a Grammy, you say? He won it in 1971 for Best Spoken Word Album for “Why I Oppose the War in Vietnam”.

4) His house was once bombed. This was during the Montgomery Bus Boycott, which lasted a total of 385 days

5) His mother, Alberta Williams King, was also murdered. She was killed while attending church in Atlanta in 1974 by a 23 year old man, Marcus Wayne Chenault, who believed “all Christians are my enemies”. He shot and killed her while she was playing organ at the church.

6) King Jr.’s autopsy revealed that stress had taken a major toll on his body. Despite being just 39 at the time of his death, one of the doctors noted that he had “the heart of a 60 year old”.

7) It wasn’t until the year 2000 that all 50 states officially observed Martin Luther King Jr. Day. The last states to join up where Arizona in 1992, New Hampshire in 1999, and Utah in 2000. The holiday itself was originally signed into federal law by President Ronald Reagan in 1983, with the first MLK holiday on January 20, 1986. See MoreSee Less

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I HAVE DECIDED TO STICK WITH LOVE. HATE IS TOO GREAT A BURDEN TO BEAR.   ~MLK

Here are some Fun Facts in Honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day:

1) King is to date the youngest male to win a Nobel Peace Prize, winning it in 1964 at the age of 35 (at the time he was the youngest overall for the Peace Prize).  The youngest ever to win the Peace prize today is Malala Yousafzai who won it in 2014 at the age of 17.

2) King donated all of the $54,123 (about $400,000 today) he received for his Nobel Peace Prize to the Civil Rights movement.  During his acceptance speech, he stated “I believe that unarmed truth and unconditional love will have the final word in reality. This is why right temporarily defeated is stronger than evil triumphant.”

3) King won a Grammy and was awarded a Congressional Gold Medal and a Medal of Freedom.  The Medal of Freedom and the Gold Medal make sense, but how on Earth did he win a Grammy, you say?  He won it in 1971 for Best Spoken Word Album for “Why I Oppose the War in Vietnam”.

4) His house was once bombed.  This was during the Montgomery Bus Boycott, which lasted a total of 385 days 

5) His mother, Alberta Williams King, was also murdered.  She was killed while attending church in Atlanta in 1974 by a 23 year old man, Marcus Wayne Chenault, who believed “all Christians are my enemies”.  He shot and killed her while she was playing organ at the church.

6) King Jr.’s autopsy revealed that stress had taken a major toll on his body.  Despite being just 39 at the time of his death, one of the doctors noted that he had “the heart of a 60 year old”.

7) It wasn’t until the year 2000 that all 50 states officially observed Martin Luther King Jr. Day.  The last states to join up where Arizona in 1992, New Hampshire in 1999, and Utah in 2000.  The holiday itself was originally signed into federal law by President Ronald Reagan in 1983, with the first MLK holiday on January 20, 1986.

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