Judi A. Clark
Judi has been a member of Exchange since 1990. During these 28 years Judi has enjoyed attending 24 National Exchange Club Conventions. An accomplishment which demonstrates a dedication to Exchange.
Judi was installed as the Northwest District Treasurer 2018-2019 at the District convention in Hawaii and has held this position for many years. Judi continues to display excellence in the position through accuracy, organization and staying current with the reports and dues remittance. Judi’s previous experience includes treasurer for the Homebuilders Association and two terms as National Treasurer for the Association of Professional Mortgage Women. With a membership of 6000 and Judi says she found it to be a very rewarding experience.
Judy has also served as Club President, Secretary and Treasurer and sponsored approx fifteen new members.
Judi’s life as a career woman began as a teller for Frontier Federal Savings, in Richland Washington and then advanced to a Loan Officer position. Judi was then hired as Manager of Great Western Union Federal Savings & Loan and as such became the first women to manage a savings and loan in the Tri-Cities area. Judi managed the Pasco Branch and then moved to Kennewick when the Vista Way branch was opened.
After fourteen years Judi became tired of the savings and loans failures and take overs and moved to managing a manufactured home community and sold residential lots. While on this job Judi earned Licenses in Real Estate and Insurance. From there Judi went to work at Chicago Title and did real estate closings. At Chicago Title Judi studied and qualified for a LPO license. Judi retired from Chicago Title in July 2000, but continued to work part time, on call. Judi had earned the title of “Mobile Home Queen”.
Judi’s hobbies are reading, bridge, stamping and traveling. Judi proclaims that she is married to her best friend Gary, who supports all of her activities. Judi and her husband have a grown daughter who teaches third grade in Pasco, Washington.
“I believe one receives from the club in accordance with what one gives, and I am committed to the continued success of Exchange through open communication and dedication”.