Anne Marie Guèvremont, senior property manager with Aeroterm Canadian Management based in Dorval, Quebec, has been named to the 2021 class of BOMA Fellows. A past chair of both the Building Owners and Managers Associations (BOMA) of Quebec and Canada, she joins three other inductees who will be formally recognized at the BOMA International Conference & Expo, set for October 6-9 in Boston.
“The individuals honoured as BOMA Fellows have displayed exemplary and sustained contributions to the industry, their profession, the community and BOMA at all levels, and have continually answered the call to leadership and service throughout their careers,” advises BOMA International’s announcement of this year’s recipients.
Along with Guèvremont, George Denise, retired from Oracle Corp. in Saratoga, California, Scott Jones, a vice president with Jacobs Engineering in San Francisco, and Robert Six, chief executive officer of Zeller in Chicago, have been tapped for the accolade, which will add them to the select roster of BOMA members throughout North America who hold the credential. As such, they will be looked to as mentors and influencers within BOMA, the commercial real estate industry and wider society.
Just 58 honourees have attained the credential since it was inaugurated in 2011, including three other Canadians: Kim Saunders of BOMA Newfoundland and Labrador; Don Fairgrieve-Park of BOMA British Columbia; and Randal Froebelius of BOMA Toronto.
“Anne Marie is an incredibly worthy recipient of this high honour,” affirms Benjamin Shinewald, president and chief executive officer of BOMA Canada. “I’ve had the pleasure of working with Anne Marie since I joined BOMA Canada, and I consider her to be a mentor and a friend. She has incredible energy for BOMA and approaches everything she does with gusto and good cheer.”