Awards and Applications

Missouri Good Neighbor
The Missouri Good Neighbor Awards program was created to recognize and reward REALTORS® across the state for their dedication to volunteer service.

REALTOR® of the Year
REALTORS® of the Year recognizes those who have served in the real estate profession and their local communities.

REALTOR® Salesperson of the Year
This award recognizes an individual who, has ethics and cooperation, is active in local, state and National Association of REALTORS®, advanced education and professional designations.

Richard A. Mendenhall
This award recognizes an individual who, through career-long contributions, exemplifies Richard’s leadership skills, commitment to service and enthusiastic “spirit”.

Elizabeth J. Mendenhall
This award recognizes an individual who, through career-long contributions, has inspired others with her career long involvement at the local, state and national level. 

R. Layne Morrill
This Award recognizes an individual who, through career-long political involvement, has significantly advanced the legislative agenda of REALTORS® in Missouri.

Bruce Aydt Code of Ethics Leadership Award
The Bruce Aydt Code of Ethics Leadership Award is given to a Missouri REALTOR® who embodies the central concepts of honesty, integrity, competence and fair dealing as outlined in the Code of Ethics.

Brady Stevens Award
The Brady Stevens Award is presented annually to the preceding year’s outstanding graduate of the REALTORS® Institute.

Honor Society
The Missouri REALTORS® Honor Society recognizes members who seek excellence through education and who voluntarily contribute their time and skills to Board and Association leadership.

Life Membership
The Life Membership award recognizes members who have held membership status for at least 30 years and have served in various capacities at the State Association for 10 years.

Honorary Membership
The Honorary Membership award recognizes individuals not engaged in the real estate business who have performed notable service for the real estate profession. Honorary members are not eligible to vote or hold office in the State Association.