Sue Moore was honored in 2005 with multiple distinctions within the Rhode Island Real Estate Industry. Named Rhode Island’s 2005 REALTOR® of the Year by the Rhode Island Association of REALTORS®, Sue was granted the highest distinction received by a statewide association from among 4800 Rhode Island REALTORS®. Sue’s spirit and personal investment were acknowledged, as well, with the presentation of the Kent-Washington’s 2005 REALTOR® of the Year awardand her prestigious appointment to the National Association of REALTOR®’s Professional Standards Committee for 2006. Over Sue's forty five year career, she has devoted her values and talents to the REALTOR® Community. Her commitment to excellence is demonstrated by her many years of volunteer service at the local, state and national levels, specializing in the Professional Standards arena.
Since 1975, Sue has been an independent real estate professional and multi-million dollar producer. Along side her position as a former Professional Standards Committee member for the National Association of REALTORS®, Sue served as the director of the Kent-Washington Association of REALTORS® and director of the Rhode Island Association of REALTORS®. Sue served as past president for both the Washington County Board of REALTORS® and the State-wide Multiple Listing Service, as well as past chair of the Professional Standards Committee for both the Kent-Washington Association of REALTORS® and the Rhode Island Association of REALTORS®. In 1996, Sue was named REALTOR® of the Year for the Washington County Board of REALTORS®, and she is a recurring winner of the Kent-Washington Circle of Sales Excellence Awards. Sue’s ongoing commitment to professional development is evident in her designations of GRI (Graduate, Real Estate Institute), CRS (Certified Residential Specialist), CBR (Certified Buyer Representative), e-Pro (Certified Internet Professional) and SRES (Seniors Real Estate Specialist). In October of 2006, Sue was a recipient of the Omega Tau Rho award from the National Association of REALTORS®. Membership in the honorary fraternity is awarded as a token of the high esteem in which inductees are held by their fellow REALTORS® and symbolizes the recognition and appreciation accorded to them for their contributions to the National Association of REALTORS® and its affiliated institutes.
A native Rhode Islander and a North Kingstown resident for more than forty years, Sue’s commitment to the well-being of her community is as equally impressive. Sue is a past director of the North Kingstown Chamber of Commerce; a Golden Hammer donor to the South County Habitat for Humanity; a corporator of South County Hospital; a former board member of the Lincoln School Alumnae Association; a former director of Seniors Helping Others; a current member and past trustee of the Cocumscossoc Association; a member of the Gilbert Stuart Birthplace Association; and a current member of St. Paul's Church, Wickford.
Sue and her husband, Rick, live in Wickford Village and have two children and six grandchildren.