ASFMRA Education Developers

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ASFMRA Education Developers
The ASFMRA would like to recognized the following people who have contributed to the development to our education through the years. Some of our records have been lost. We want all developers of current courses/seminars to get credit for their contributions so please let us know if you or someone you know were involved in the development of a class listed here.

Terry Argotsinger, AFM, ARA
Iowa
Developer/Guru: Wind Power
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Howard Audsley, ARA
Missouri
Developer/Guru: Cost Approach for General Appraisers Online, Legal Descriptions in Appraisal, 6 Functions of the Dollar
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Justin Bierschwale, ARA
Texas
Developer/Guru: Advanced Appraisal Exam Preparation, Appraising Natural Resources, Wind Power
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James Cannon, ARA
Kansas
Developer/Guru: Preparing for Dodd-Frank: Appraisal Management & Review, Cost Estimating, Dairy Appraisal Seminar
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Mark Finely, ARA, RPRA
Arizona
Developer/Guru: Introduction to Appraisal Review (A360), Advanced Appraisal Review Case Studies (A390)
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John Frome, ARA
Wyoming
Developer/Guru: Appraisal Review Under USPAP (A370)
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Ron Geer, ARA
Maine
Developer/Guru: Going Concern Value and Intangible Assets
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Bernie Gehris, J.D.
Colorado
Developer/Guru: Current Environmental Issues
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Richard Gilmore, ARA
Massachusetts
Developer/Guru: Valuation of Intangible and Non Financial Assets, Understanding Conservation Easements, Valuation of Conservation Easements and Other Partial Interests in Real Estate
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Chris Greenwalt, ARA, RPRA
Colorado
Developer/Guru: Introduction to Appraisal Review (A360), Appraisal Review Under USPAP (A370), Advanced Appraisal Review Case Studies (A390), Preparing for Dodd-Frank: Appraisal Management & Review, Appraisal Through the Eyes of the Review
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James Jeffries, ARA
Texas
Developer/Guru: Valuation of Conservation Easements and Other Partial Interests in Real Estate
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Terry Kestner, ARA, RPRA
Iowa
Developer/Guru: Basic Appraisal Approaches
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Mark Lewis, ARA
Texas
Developer/Guru: Cost Approach for General Appraisers (A301), Sales Comparison Approach for General Appraisers (A302), Income Approach for General Appraisers, Part 1 (A303), Advanced Appraisal Exam Preparation (A500), Income Approach Seminar, Valuation of Conservation Easements and Other Partial Interests in Real Estate
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Leonard Meador, AAC
Indiana
Developer/Guru: Planning the Transition of My Business, Ag Land Management 1-4, ASFMRA Best in Business Ethics
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Sharon Moore, RPRA
Arkansas
Developer/Guru: Appraisal Review Under UASFLA (A380), Appraising Agricultural Land in Transition
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LeeAnn Moss, Ph.D., ARA
Illinois
Developer/Guru: Integrated Approaches to Value (A304), Rural Case Studies 1
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James Peck, AAC
New York
Developer/Guru: Environmental Risk Assessment, Environmental Permitting, Animal Agriculture’s Story: Economics, Impacts, Perceptions, and Ramifications for Agricultural Property Professionals
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Dave E. Peterson, AFM, ARA
Colorado
Developer/Guru: Appraisal Issues and Client Relations
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Ann Roehm
Kansas
Developer/Guru: Using Excel for Specific Appraisal Applications, Preparing for Dodd-Frank: Appraisal Management & Review, Excel for Managers
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Scott Seely, ARA
Texas
Developer/Guru: Basic Appraisal Principles (A101), Cost Approach for General Appraises (A301), Sales Comparison Approach for General Appraisers (A302), Income Approach for General Appraisers, Part 1 (A303), Advanced Rural Case Studies (A400), Requirements of the UASFLA – The ‘Yellow Book’, Valuation of Conservation Easements and Other Partial Interests in Real Estate
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Lee Smith, ARA
Nevada
Developer/Guru: Eminent Domain (A250), Advanced Rural Case Studies (A400)
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David Snook
California
Developer/Guru: Valuation of Conservation Easements and Other Partial Interests in Real Estate
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Brent Stanger, ARA
Idaho
Developer/Guru: Advanced Appraisal Exam Preparation (A500), Valuation of Conservation Easements and Other Partial Interests in Real Estate
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James Synatzske, ARA
Texas
Developer/Guru: Appraising Rural Residential Properties, Administrative Review of Appraisal
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Brenda Taylor, J.D., LL.M.
Arkansas
Developer/Guru: Succession and Estate Planning
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JoAnn Wall, ARA
California
Developer/Guru: Introduction to Vineyard and Winery Valuation
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John Widdoss, ARA
South Dakota
Developer/Guru: Valuation of Conservation Easements and Other Partial Interests in Real Estate, Requirements of UASFLA – The ‘Yellow Book’, Minerals Appraisal Seminar, Appraising Natural Resources
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Martin Wild, ARA, RPRA
Alaska
Developer/Guru Timber Property Valuation, Minerals Appraisal Seminar, Appraising Natural Resources
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Wendell Wood, ARA
Texas
Developer/Guru: General Market Analysis and Highest & Best Use (A290), Advanced Appraisal Exam Preparation (A500), Highest & Best Use Seminar, Cost Approach Seminar, Sales Comparison Approach Seminar
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