Bob is a lifelong resident of Smoke Rise and Tucker. Bob’s family goes back four generations in DeKalb County. He is married and has a son. He is the Broker/Owner of Espy Real Estate & Development Company, LLC, specializing in residential, commercial, and land sales. He represents both buyers and sellers. Bob has served on various committees with the DeKalb Association of Realtors®, Georgia Association of Realtors®, National Association of Realtors®, his Church, The DeKalb History Center, The Tucker/Northlake CID, and other organizations. He is a past president of The DeKalb Association of Realtors® and The DeKalb History Center. He sits on the Community Council for Zoning and Planning for District 1 for DeKalb County. He was the District 1 Representative for TCA, Vice President and Interim President. Other committees he has served on for TCA include: membership, finance, PPULZ, executive, and the Veterans Job Fair.EMAIL
Albert Still has been active in the Tucker community for over forty years. Albert met his wife Mary Forster Still in the school of physics at Georgia Tech, and they stayed in the Atlanta area after college. They moved to Tucker in 1976, and he was invited to join the Tucker Optimist Club in 1977. Albert worked with NAPA Auto Parts in computer-related roles, retiring after 36 years. He spends his retirement in community service with the Tucker Optimist Club, the Tucker High School Foundation, and Tucker Civic Association. He also maintains several web sites.EMAIL
Mary Still and her husband Albert moved to Tucker in 1976. They became involved with community service in the Tucker area shortly thereafter, first with the Tucker Optimist Club. Later, as their children grew older, they became involved in Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, sports teams, schools, and church. Mary has been involved with Tucker Civic Association for several years, volunteering in different capacities. Mary is now retired, but is busier than ever with her volunteer responsibilities!EMAIL
TCA members also elect four district representatives. District Representative must live within the district that they represent. They seek out concerns of members in their districts and present those concerns to the Board. They are responsible for promoting the purposes and objectives of the TCA, and work closely with the Membership Committee to recruit and retain active association members.