Inside this Issue – Winter 2015

Welcome to the winter 2015 issue of the S.E.C. Observer. In this issue, John Brennan, S.E.C., CCIM, 2015 president of the Society, shares the speech he gave during the S.E.C. annual awards and installation banquet in Tucson, Arizona, on January 20th.

James T. Wilson, S.E.C., CCIM, asks you to contemplate “what happens next,” and William E. Stonaker, S.E.C., CCIM, explains why “oil is like a fickle mistress.” Bob Steele, S.E.C., shares his philosophy about “group brainstorming” and why it is an excellent tool.

Wesley Dingler, S.E.C., provides us with an update of the S.E.C. Education Foundation plans for 2015. The Society News Briefs include a press release with the 2014 S.E.C. and S.E.C. Education Foundation Award recipients.

William E. Stonaker, S.E.C., CCIM, served as president of the Society in 2007, he is one of the most prolific S.E.C. Observer authors, and he is featured in the “In the Spotlight” of this issue.

The History Files contain editorials about “presenting a package” and the “birth of a seminar” and were originally published in 1977.

Enjoy this issue. As always, we welcome your comments, suggestions, and submissions of articles to be considered for publication. Please contact the S.E.C. office via email:

Jackie Hellingson
S.E.C. Observer Editor

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