Bob McCarroll Recognized By Scientific and Cultural Facilities District

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Bob McCarroll Recognized By Scientific and Cultural Facilities District

Fuller Sotheby’s International Realty (FSIR), a leader in Colorado real estate, congratulates Bob McCarroll – managing broker of the Fuller Sotheby’s Evergreen office – on his recent nomination for the 2013 Rex Morgan Award given by the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District (SCFD).

SCFD Award Reception

“I believe it is important that we support the arts and sciences in whatever way each of us can. That support may be joining an arts organization, volunteering where needed, and/or a financial contribution to the Denver Botanic Gardens or Museum of Science and Nature.  If each of us does just a little, so much can be accomplished – and it’s fun,” explains McCarroll.

Recognized for his outstanding cultural contributions to our local community, McCarroll was one of handful of nominees honored at the reception ceremony held November 20th from 5:30-7:30 p.m. in Ponti Hall at the Denver Art Museum. Pictured left: Fuller Sotheby’s International Realty celebrates alongside Bob McCarroll – Left to Right – Marla Cody, Pat Rothman, Bob McCarroll, Howard Rothman, Katie Williams, Holly Rasmussen. Photo Credit : Jessica Clare, program manager SCFD.

“I am thrilled to have been honored with this nomination,” said McCarroll. “My sincere thanks to Philippe Marsé, director, Alliance Francaise de Denver, and Steve Sumner, executive-director, Center for the Arts/Evergreen, for nominating me for this treasured SCFD recognition. I would also like to extend my congratulations to Rita Flores de Wallace as the recipient of the 2013 Rex Morgan Award.”

“Bob’s passion for life and tremendous outpouring of support to the communities of Denver and Evergreen is admirable, and his recognition well-deserved. We are fortunate to know him, and look to Bob as both a community leader and exemplary broker in our firm,” said Scott Webber, president, Fuller Sotheby’s International Realty.

McCarroll’s path to management at Fuller Sotheby’s International Realty in Evergreen has been paved with a passion and appreciation for the rare and extraordinary – the very attributes that define the Sotheby’s brand. From masterpiece art to classical music to distinctive homes, Bob has spent his life – both personal and professional – as a connoisseur of things defined by originality, authenticity or antiquity.

Fuller Sotheby’s International Realty has multiple office locations in the Denver metropolitan area including Downtown, Cherry Creek, Greenwood Village, Boulder, Evergreen, Castle Pines, Breckenridge, and the Vail Valley. More information available at

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