Joyce Rey Honored By L.A. County
The tribute took place at the 50-year-plus reunion for the Class of 1970 of Dorsey High School.
Coldwell Banker Global Luxury Property Specialist Joyce Rey was honored with a commendation from the County of Los Angeles for her exceptional teaching as a business administration instructor between 1965 and 1969 at Dorsey High School. The tribute took place at the 50-year-plus reunion for the Class of 1970 of Dorsey High School.
“When I received the announcement regarding this award it brought me to tears,” said Rey. “I loved my early career as a teacher and was extremely honored by the recollections of my former students.”
The commendation was presented by Rey’s former student, Chef Eric Warren, on behalf of Holly J. Mitchell, Los Angeles County Supervisor for the Second District, in recognition of Rey’s dedicated service to the affairs of the community and for the civic pride demonstrated by numerous contributions she made for the benefit of all the residents of Los Angeles County.
“As part of the Class of 1970, I was blessed to have Joyce Rey as an instructor,” said Warren. “I will never forget and will always cherish learning about business. Our field trip to the Pacific Coast Stock Exchange hosted by her helped me to realize that there was a world of excitement and challenges awaiting me after graduation.”