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Dan Lee, Vice President, joined First Weber, Inc. as a result of the merger of Don Lee Realty, Inc. (a 20 agent/3 office company) in 2001. He has been a Realtor since 1978 specializing in commercial, investment, recreational and residential real estate marketing and brokerage management.
On a daily basis he oversees First Weber's West Towne brokerage office with over 70 real estate agents and heads the statewide Commercial Division with over 60 commercial/investment specialists.
A former President of the Wisconsin Realtors Association and Vice President of the National Association of Realtors, Dan has served on numerous committees at the local, state and national levels of the real estate organization and has held leadership positions in economic development and church organizations. He was nominated by 4 different Wisconsin governors and served (1999-2014) on the Board of Directors of the Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority (WHEDA) which promotes economic growth, as well as affordable housing for first time home buyer and for low/moderate income and elderly tenants.
Dan has served as Chairman of DMI (Downtown Madison, Inc.), a membership organization that promotes the growth and well being of downtown Madison. He currently serves on the Government Relations Committee. In addition, he participates on the advisory boards of Associated Bank, South Central and of Wisconsin Distributors, Inc., a regional beverage/beer distribution company.
Dan Lee graduated from the University of Notre Dame (BBA - Accounting) in 1974, holds the CRS/GRI (Certified Residential Specialist) professional designations, and has background that includes appraisal, vacant land, commercial and multi family development/investment.
Dan and his wife Peggy reside in Westport, just north of Madison. Interests include travel, water sports, golf, reading and Notre Dame and University of Wisconsin sports. They enjoy their family immensely which includes son Matt, his wife Rachel Lee, and daughter Maggie currently pursuing their professional careers and 3 special grandsons.