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Pacific Manufactured Homes employee receives Lifetime Achievement Award

SAN MARCOS – San Marcos resident Martha Kerr, an employee of Pacific Manufactured Homes, was recently awarded a Lifetime Achievement Award from the California Manufactured Housing Institute – a nonprofit organization that started in 1937. In attendance at the awards ceremony were 200 leaders in the manufactured home industry.

Kerr began her career in the manufactured home business as a bookkeeper at the young age of 31 back in 1979. In the last 44 years, she has held titles from accounting to financing to business manager. While working, Kerr raised two children and has four grandchildren. Jess Maxcy, president of CMHI, said most old timers in the industry know Kerr and love her.

Kerr said she enjoyed seeing the industry change over the years but felt one thing remained the same – manufactured homes are still a great value for many California families. The most recent boom the industry has seen is in accessory dwelling units, also known as "granny flats" or ADUs. As the business manager for Pacific Manufactured Homes, the largest manufactured home dealer in California, she said she though Pacific would be busy up until the very day she retires and beyond.

The company said it considers Kerr an indispensable asset.

"Martha Kerr has been an indispensable asset to the success of Pacific Manufactured Homes. She has been a rock-solid presence at Pacific for the past 30 years and offers a breadth of knowledge that could only be acquired by years of experience and hardwork," Sean Feeney, general manager and founder of Pacific Manufactured Homes, said.

Submitted by Pacific Manufactured Homes.

 

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