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Joe Kingsley retires from real estate
Joe Kingsley retires from real estate
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Longtime Moab businessman, realtor and entrepreneur Joe Kingsley recently announced his retirement from real estate. On Dec. 8, almost all of the real estate agents and brokers in town gathered to honor Kingsley at a farewell party. During that gathering, Kingsley completed his final responsibility as a member of the Southeastern Utah Chapter of the Utah Central Association of Realtors by officially swearing in the board’s new officers. Kingsley has been a realtor in southeastern Utah since 1974, and developed the Castle Valley River Ranchos as his first project. Since that time he has been involved in many more real estate projects and transactions. His wife, Britta Kingsley, told The Times-Independent that even though he will no longer be an active real estate agent, Kingsley “will continue to be very involved in city and county activities in the future.” He is currently a member of the Grand County Planning and Zoning Commission and also will remain active with his other companies, Glo Germ and Sore No More. Photo courtesy of Britta Kingsley


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