Houston Title Industry Professional Receives Prestigious Honor From Statewide Trade Association
AUSTIN – The Texas Land Title Association (TLTA), one of the state’s oldest trade associations, recently named retired title insurance professional Mark Greek, former Senior Vice President and the State Agency Manager for First American Title Insurance Company based in Houston, an Honorary Member for Sustained Meritorious Service. The award was presented during TLTA’s Annual Conference and Business Meeting in New Orleans. The designation is in recognition of Mark’s many contributions to the association and the title industry over a long period of time.
“We are so pleased to present Mark with this prestigious honor. From his skilled leadership as TLTA President during the recent housing and financial crisis to his vision for creating a young professionals’ movement to his passion for our political action committee, he has truly created a lasting legacy,” said Leslie Midgley, CAE, Executive Vice President and CEO of TLTA. “We are forever grateful for his many contributions and tireless service to this industry.”
In Mark’s 30+ year title insurance career, most of his time was devoted to working with independent agents as an Agency Manager. He also helped manage a direct operation for another underwriter for three years in Houston. He has been active in TLTA for many years and is a Past President as well as a past trustee of the TLTA Political Action Committee. He has a bachelor of science degree in business administration from the University of Tennessee.
Founded in 1908 and serving more than 13,000 professionals, the Texas Land Title Association (TLTA) is a statewide trade association representing the land title industry in Texas. TLTA members protect the property rights of Texans and provide peace of mind in real estate transactions. They bring certainty, efficiency and security by researching titles, safely conducting closings and issuing title insurance to protect real property owners and mortgage lenders against losses from defects in titles. For more information about TLTA, visit www.tlta.com.