March of Dimes to honor Joe Pazdan with 2019 Real Estate & Economic Development Award

Joe Pazdan is the March of Dimes 2019 Real Estate Award Honoree

The March of Dimes is very pleased to announce that Joe Pazdan, a Managing Principal at McMillan Pazdan Smith will be honored at the 2019 Real Estate and Economic Development Award Luncheon. The event was established in 1998 to honor a member of the real estate community who has demonstrated a long history of service, leadership and vision. This year’s event will be held on November 12 at 11:30 a.m. at Poinsett Club.

Joe Pazdan has played a significant role in the region’s revitalization and development over the last 30 years. His leadership spans numerous commercial projects, countless not-for-profit community-focused projects, and various civic leadership roles. Joe’s involvement in the Greenville community directly connects his firm’s many successes to the vibrant growth and national recognition that the Upstate receives today.


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“To have my professional contributions be recognized by an organization with its own legacy of life-changing impact for mothers and babies across the Upstate is a wonderful honor,” explained Joe Pazdan. “The fact that my mother, Mack Pazdan, shared a similar interest for children, with the neonatal facility at Bon Secours Mercy Health’s Hospital named in her honor, makes it even more special.”

We are proud to recognize Joe Pazdan with this award, and to host this event which will help all moms and babies in the Upstate,” said Laura Goodwin, Executive Director of March of Dimes for the Western Carolinas. “Funds raised at this luncheon will help support vital research and community programs to help give every baby a fighting chance.”

Sponsorships are available starting at $ 3,000 for a table of 10. Additional opportunities are available. For more information email mgibson@marchofdimes.org or visit www.marchofdimes.org/events/greenvillerealestate.

For 80 years, the March of Dimes has worked to improve the health of all moms and babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality. For the latest resources and information, visit marchofdimes.org.