Connnecticut Chapter History
The Appraisal Institute is the result of the January 1, 1991, unification of the appraisal profession's two most respected organizations: the American Institute of Real Estate Appraisers and the Society of Real Estate Appraisers. The Appraisal Institute draws on more than 60 years of experience.
The Appraisal Institute is the acknowledged leader in residential and commercial appraisal education, research, publishing and professional member designation programs. The Appraisal Institute is composed of general appraisal members who hold the MAI, SREA or SRPA designation and residential appraisal members who hold the SRA or RM designation. Currently, the Appraisal Institute offers one general designation, the MAI, and one residential designation, the SRA.
Identified by their experience, knowledge of real estate valuation, these members adhere to a strictly enforced Code of Professional Ethics and Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice.
The Connecticut Chapter of the Appraisal Institute (CCAI) was established in 1991. The CCAI is a statewide chapter. CCAI was formed from the mergers of Connecticut Chapter No. 38 - Society of Real Estate Appraisers and Connecticut Chapter American Institute of Real Estate Appraisers No. 19.
Connecticut Chapter of the Appraisal Institute
1991 Richard A. Heberger, SRA
1992 John B. Flint, MAI
1993 Donato D. Maisano, SRPA, SRA
1994 Robert S. Bartos, SRA
1995 Christina M. Noce, MAI, SRA
1996 Christopher A. Miner, MAI, SRA
1997 Vincent J. Castiglia, SRA
1998 R. Bruce Hunter, MAI
1999 Frank O'Neill, Jr., SRA
2000 Gerald V. Rasmussen, MAI, SRA
2001 Richard J. Murray, SRA
2002 Albert W. Franke IIII, SRA
2003 Linda M. Sepso, SRA
2004 Sean T. Hagearty, MAI
2005 Christime C. Hume, MAI
2006 Terrence P. Duffy, SRA
2007 Thomas J. Caputi, SRA
2008 Frederick J. Richard, MAI
2009 Steven D. Hurlbut, MAI
2010 John Galvin, MAI
2011 George Shawah, Jr., MAI
2012 Tyler R. Brown, MAI
2013 Frederick C. Witte, MAI, SRA
2014 Rocco Quaresima, MAI
2015 Reynold J. Archambault, SRA