John Flor (ABR®, CRS®, GRI®, RSPS®, RSS®, e-PRO®), a REALTOR® from Chetek, Wisconsin, was the 2019/2020 Treasurer for the National Association of REALTORS®.
A REALTOR® since 2001, John is Broker/Owner of Six Lakes Realty, along with his wife and partner, Julie.
At the national level, John has served NAR in numerous capacities, most recently as the 2017 Vice Chair of the Finance Committee. He was the 2013 Vice President for Region VII, comprised of Illinois, Indiana, and Wisconsin. John also served as the REALTOR® Party Member Involvement Liaison in 2014. He has been a member of the NAR Board of Directors since 2010 and has been appointed to multiple NAR committees and work groups, including the Strategic Planning Committee, RPAC Fundraising Trustees, NAR’s Membership Structural Review PAG, and NAR’s Advocacy Work Group.
The Wisconsin REALTORS® Association (WRA) elected John their Treasurer in 2008 followed by Chairman-Elect and Chairman of the Board in 2010. John was named Wisconsin’s REALTOR® of the Year in 2010, as recognition for his years of service to the membership. He continues to serve on their Board of Directors and multiple committees within Wisconsin.
His local association, the REALTORS® Association of Northwest Wisconsin (RANWW), elected John their president in 2009. John has served on the RANWW Board of Directors since 2002 and still sits on the board today. He was honored with the RANWW REALTOR® of the Year award in 2009.
John has a Master’s of Science in International Relations from Troy State University and a Bachelor of Civil Engineering from the University of Minnesota.
In his local community, he and his firm give back in many capacities. They are actively involved with the local Chamber of Commerce, Lions Club, Benjamin House Emergency Shelter, and the Chetek Food Shelf, among others. John serves as Vice President of the Chetek-Weyerhaeuser Scholarship Foundation and sits on the Board of Directors for the Chetek Lakes Protection Association.
Prior to his real estate career, John was a Lieutenant in the United States Navy, where he earned two Air Medals in recognition of his flights over Iraq and Bosnia. After his active duty service, he was a Lieutenant Commander in the United States Navy Reserve for four years in Minneapolis, Minnesota.