Sept 9, 1949 - Feb 21, 2024

RON KLIZS

In Loving Memory

For 43 years, Ron was deeply involved in all aspects of real estate. From his humble beginnings in a small Oak Bay real estate office to his retirement in 2022, Ron dedicated himself to actively selling and developing residential and commercial real estate. His contributions extended beyond sales; Ron also adeptly managed several real estate companies, gaining invaluable insights into the industry.

Ron's profound experiences and knowledge were not just personal achievements but legacies he generously shared with his successor, Glen Kakoske, and the entire team. He instilled in them the importance of skilled and caring agent relationships, along with a comprehensive understanding of Victoria's real estate market.

Ron's success stemmed from his unique blend of experience, genuine attitude, education, diligence, sincerity, and innate ability to listen and adapt. His working philosophy revolved around exceeding client expectations, ensuring each real estate experience was professional, positive, and meaningful.

Before embarking on his real estate career, Ron earned a Bachelor of Recreation Education from the University of British Columbia. He obtained his Real Estate Agent licensing at UBC in 1979, followed by his Agent license two years later, which qualified him to manage and supervise real estate companies.

Throughout his career, Ron garnered numerous awards, including the 100% Club, RE/MAX Hall of Fame, and the prestigious RE/MAX Lifetime Achievement award in 2013. He also served as a Director of the Victoria Real Estate Board in 1988 and 1989.

Ron's dedication to his clients was unwavering, characterized by his expertise in handling complex negotiations and his sensitivity to their needs and desires. While Ron may no longer be with us, his impact on the real estate community and the lives he touched will be remembered fondly.





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