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Building Owners and Managers Association International

Dan Chancey, RPA, Honored with BOMA International Chair’s Award

July 11, 2012


(Washington D.C.  – July 11, 2012) The Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) International 2011-2012 Chair and Chief Elected Officer Boyd Zoccola, executive vice president, Hokanson Companies, Inc., recognized Dan Chancey, RPA, with the Chair’s Award during the 2012 BOMA International Conference, held June 24-26 in Seattle, Wash. The Chair’s Award is the highest recognition presented by the BOMA International Chair and is bestowed annually upon those who—through innovation, talent and dedication—have set new standards of excellence for the commercial real estate industry.

“The Chair’s Award is presented to Dan in recognition of his valuable contributions over the years, and in recognition of his consistent, loyal support of BOMA International,” commented Zoccola. “Dan is the quintessential voluntary member and leader, serving on just about every BOMA committee and council. As Chair of the BOMA 360 Council, his absolute dedication has helped transform it from a fledging designation program to a must-have building certification. He helped develop the strategies for the BOMA One baseline standards and has done exceptional work on the Green Task Force and Audit Committee. He also served two terms on BOMA International’s Executive Committee and as President of BOMA/Memphis for three terms. In whatever role he has taken on, he has always served with commitment and passion. He’s one of the most genuine and giving people I know.”

Currently a vice president, senior asset manager with Commercial Advisors Asset Services LLC in Memphis, Chancey began his commercial real estate career as a property manager at Clark & Clark before serving as general manager for Triple Net Properties and, later, for Grubb & Ellis Management Services. Chancey attended Bob Jones University and in 2006 was asked to attend the Emerging Leaders in Real Estate Program at the Harvard Graduate School of Design.


About BOMA International
The Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) International is an international federation of more than 100 local associations and affiliated organizations. Founded in 1907, its 16,500-plus members own or manage more than nine billion square feet of commercial properties. BOMA International’s mission is to enhance the human, intellectual and physical assets of the commercial real estate industry through advocacy, education, research, standards and information. On the Web at

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