Horseshoe Bay Title Industry Professional Honored by Statewide Trade Association

AUSTIN – The Texas Land Title Association (TLTA), one of the state’s oldest trade associations, recently named Glena Yates of Horseshoe Bay an Honorary Member for Sustained Meritorious Service. The award was presented during TLTA’s Annual Conference and Business Meeting in Austin. This prestigious honor has only been awarded a limited number of times over the years to those industry leaders who have provided exemplary service over a lengthy period of time.

“We are so pleased to present Glena with this honor.  From her skilled leadership as TLTA President during a very challenging time for our industry to her passion for education through her service on the Land Title School Committee, she has truly created a lasting legacy of service,” said Leslie Midgley, CAE, Executive Vice President and CEO of TLTA. “We are forever grateful for her many contributions and tireless service to this industry over many years.”

Glena enjoyed a 40+ year career in the title insurance industry at Central Texas Land Titles, Inc., where she served as President before she retired a few years ago. She was president of TLTA from 1989-1990. In 1991, she was honored by her peers with TLTA’s highest honor—Title Person of the Year.

Glena Yates holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Texas at Austin.

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About TLTA

Founded in 1908 and serving nearly 15,000 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.