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Local Realtor Honored for Leadership in Black History Month Celebration
Tanya Roberson-Redic, broker/owner and CEO of Cider Properties, will be honored Sunday, February 26th, 11 a.m. at County Line Baptist Church in Redland (Ben Wheeler area).
Redic, who has been involved in the Tyler area real estate business for almost 12 years, created her own business, CIDER (Redic spelled backwards) in 2011. She is part of the Tyler Junior College small business institute.
Cider Properties is a full-service real estate brokerage that specializes in foreclosures and commercial investments.
Tanya and her husband, Eric, have two school-age daughters. She is a graduate of Texas A&M University-Commerce where she studied social work; and a graduate of Brownsboro High School. Redic is a Zumba fitness instructor; part of the Tyler Area Chamber of Commerce contact club; a director on the Tyler Independent School District Foundation; alumna of Leadership Tyler Class 20; steering committee of the Smith County Alumni Chapter of Texas A&M University-Commerce (formerly East Texas State University); and Treasurer for Tyler Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
She is being honored for her community service, her leadership and organization, and her courage and ambition of creating her own business.
Full service real estate brokerage specializing in commercial investments and foreclosures. Broker/Owner is Tanya Roberson-Redic.