Regency Properties, a commercial real estate company specializing in County Seat Communities, announces the promotion of Mandy Chinn to a newly created role as Director of Operations.

Chinn joined Regency Properties in April 2010 as the Financial Analyst. In September 2012, Chinn accepted the position of Senior Accountant. Chinn was promoted to Accounting Manager in January 2014, she was promoted to Assistant Controller in 2018 and has been a vital part of the Accounting department in that role. In Mandy’s new role, she will be involved in continuing Regency’s award-winning service to our tenants by directing our Tenant Specialists. She will also maintain several long-range forecasts that will help guide the Operations department.

Mandy graduated from the University of Southern Indiana with a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting and Professional Services. In April 2012 she received certification from the Institute of Management Accountants as a Certified Management Accountant. Mandy is an active member of Fabulous After Thirty Evansville and is on the Board of Directors for the Evansville Chapter of the Institute of Management Accountants.
“Mandy has been a great asset to Regency”, stated Jim Wittman, Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer. “Her tenant accounting experience will be extremely helpful in this position which allows her to join the Operations department as Regency continues to grow its footprint in County Seat Communities.”

Regency Properties, a commercial real estate company specializing in County Seat Communities, announces the addition of Ryan Black as Business Manager and Jonathon Farmer as Assistant Controller.

Black, an Evansville native, graduated from Western Kentucky University with his bachelor’s in Healthcare Administration. His experience includes customer service and banking, most recently as a Commercial Loan Officer for Peoples Trust & Savings Bank. He enjoys volunteering within the community and is currently a sitting board member for Vanderburgh County Community Center, Voices, and Newburgh Senior Center.

“We are excited to welcome Ryan,” stated Jim Wittman, Senior Vice President, and Chief Operating Officer. “His experience with customer service will be pivotal to our growing portfolio and helping maintain our award-winning customer service.”

Farmer, a Fairfield, IL native, graduated from the University of Illinois Springfield with his bachelor’s in Biology as well as from Columbia College with a bachelor’s in Accounting. He continued his education and earned his Masters of Business Administration from Lindenwood University. Farmer is a Certified Public Accountant and the Treasurer for the Brownsville School Foundation.

“Jonathon brings a wealth of experience,” stated Barry Paddock, Controller. “We are excited to add such an exceptional, qualified candidate to our team.”

Regency Properties, a commercial real estate company specializing in County Seat Communities, announces the promotion of Steve Brummel to Senior Business Manager and Julie Hammack to Senior Business Management Assistant.

Brummel joined Regency Properties in 2005 as a Property Manager for the Business Management Department. In his new role, Steve will continue to oversee all aspects of his 1.7 million square feet portfolio along with taking a leadership role within and outside of the department; including training and development of department staff. Steve graduated from the University of Southern Indiana with a Bachelor of Science degree in Marketing.

 

Hammack joined Regency Properties in December of 2016 as a Business Management Assistant. In her new role, Julie will continue to provide support to Business Managers, assist in the development of strategic property plans, and lead multiple projects within the Business Management department. Julie has over 19 years of experience in administrative work and customer service.

 

Regency Properties has three employees who recently completed continuing education programs. Lacey McCammack has completed the course work for a Visual Communications Technical Certificate through Ivy Tech with an emphasis in Graphic Design. Nic Oberholtzer has received a Master of Business Administration degree from Florida State University with a specialization in Real Estate. Karen Oldham, a Certified Administrative Professional, has completed and earned designations in project management and technology application through the International Association of Administrative Professionals.

“We congratulate Julie and Steve on their recent promotions. This attests to Regency’s commitment to advance employees who excel in their roles,” stated Tracy Stutz, Vice President of Human Resources and Administration. “We are also very proud of our employees who choose to further their education and achieve their goals.”

Regency Properties, a commercial real estate company specializing in County Seat Communities, announces the 2019 Summer Interns. Each year Regency Properties selects a group of talented college students to work alongside employees, gaining valuable experience and insight in a corporate setting.

 

Grace Wolfinger is the Marketing department intern. She is a junior at the University of Southern Indiana. Wolfinger is expected to graduate in May 2021 with her Bachelor of Arts in Graphic Design and her Bachelor of Science in Advertising, with a minor in German. Wolfinger is a Presidential Scholarship recipient, Dean’s List student, and a member of the Honors Program.

 

 

Daymon Weller is the Leasing department intern. As a senior at the University of Evansville, Welleris expected to graduate in May 2020 with his Bachelor of Science in Administration, majoring in Finance and minoring in Spanish. He is also an active volunteer in the College Mentors for Kids program.

 

 

 

Nathan Schutte is the Business Management department intern. He is a junior at Murray State University and currently majoring in Business Administration. Schutte enjoys working on campus for the Recruitment department.

 

 

 

Scott Schroeder is the Accounting department intern. Schroeder is a junior at Purdue University, and is expected to graduate in May 2021 with his Bachelor of Science in Accounting and Finance. He is a recipient of the Presidential Scholarship and is currently on the Dean’s List. Schroeder is also president of the Honors College Jazz Society and a member of the Purdue Accounting Association.

 

 

Andrew Zieg is the Asset Management department intern. Zeig is a junior at the University of Southern Indiana. He is expected to graduate in May 2021 with his Bachelor of Science in Accounting and Professional Services and his Bachelor of Science in Finance with an emphasis on Investment Accounting. Zeig received the David L. Rice Merit Scholarship and is currently on the Dean’s List. He is also the founder, president, and treasurer of the USI Men’s Lacrosse Club.

Regency Properties, a commercial real estate company specializing in County Seat Communities, announces the addition of Susan Meier as a Leasing Representative.

Meier graduated from Oakland City University with a Bachelor’s in Organizational Management. She has over 13 years of sales and real estate experience. Meier currently has her Real Estate Broker License and is a Certified Residential Appraiser. Most recently, she owned and operated Sioux Falls Cryo.

“Susan brings with her a multitude of knowledge,” stated Dan Brandon, Director of Leasing. “She will be a great asset to add to the Leasing Department and Regency Properties.”