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Margaret Menta DiFrancesco

President

Texas State Board of Real Estate

I hail from the sunny state of Florida and spent my childhood involved in sports and academics. My father, a beloved OBGYN, and mother, a registered nurse, raised me to understand “the value of a dollar.”

I came to Dallas as a golfer to attend SMU and quickly found myself a “Chi-O.” Four years later, I graduated with a bachelor’s degree in business and a minor in commercial real estate.

In 1987, I met Mrs. Wadie C. DiFrancesco, and over the next 22 years became a close confidante as well as a daughter-in-law. Mrs. DiFrancesco taught me a great deal about business and the true meaning of a “win-win” deal.

Over those 22 years, I worked for several commercial developers, two banking entities—Bluebonnet Savings Bank and AMERSCO—liquidating foreclosed commercial property portfolios. Going forward, I moved to the telecommunications industry and was in charge of the tower site build-out in several states for Sprint Telecom’s wireless network. During my 12 years with Sprint PCS, I was one of three founding members of the Texas State Wireless Association.

My experience with Public Service Plumbers, Inc., through Joseph, Mrs. DiFrancesco, and Mr. DiFrancesco, occurred virtually daily. To be named President of Public Service Plumbers, Inc. is not only a great honor but a terrific fit, especially considering my years of mentoring under Mrs. DiFrancesco and my extensive business background.

My current responsibilities include, but are not limited to, reviewing all annual corporate contracts to ensure peak efficiency in operational costs. My mission is to offer our clients the best value through my efforts to reduce overhead expenses. It all comes back to the “the value of a dollar.”

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