Governor Beverly E. Perdue has appointed Everett “Vic” Knight of Raleigh and Alice L. Mosteller of Lake Junaluska to the Real Estate Commission, it was announced by Phillip T. Fisher, Executive Director.
Knight, a licensed broker since 1984, is also a certified appraiser and the owner of Chapel Hill Appraisals and Consultants. He previously was broker/owner of Century 21 Vic Knight Realty in Hillsborough for 10 years.
A native of Burlington, Knight graduated from North Carolina State University with a BS in Civil Engineering and worked internationally for Bechtel Corporation for several years. He was a licensed General Contractor in North Carolina.
Knight is currently a director of the National Association of REALTORS®, a past president and member of the board of directors of the North Carolina Association of REALTORS®, and past president of the Chapel Hill Board of REALTORS® and the Triangle Multiple Listing Service. He is a Continuing Education Instructor for the Real Estate Commission and the North Carolina Appraisal Board.
Knight has two daughters, “Krystle” Gray Knight, 23, and “Victoria” Scarlet Knight, 16, and is a member of Hillsborough United Church of Christ.
Mosteller is Vice President/Managing Broker of the Beverly Hanks & Associates office at Waynesville. She formerly owned Apple Realty, Inc., in Waynesville for 18 years until selling it to Beverly Hanks in 2004.
A graduate of Appalachian State University, she taught at schools in North Carolina and Virginia for 20 years. She received her real estate license in 1984.
She is a former Haywood County and North Carolina REALTOR® of the year and a past president of the Haywood County Board of REALTORS®
Mosteller has two daughters, Debra Bryant, a Registered Nurse in Raleigh, and Paulette Childers, a broker at Beverly Hanks in Waynesville.
This article came from the October 2009-Vol40-2 edition of the bulletin.