Debi Haning, a leading real estate professional with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage’s Southeast Metro office in Greenwood Village, has received a citizen’s commendation from the Douglas County Sheriff’s Department.  Haning organized a special fundraiser that enabled the department to purchase a K-9 dog named Loki to replace a K-9 dog that was recently retired. 

The fundraiser, called Doggy Breath, also helped provide one set of pet oxygen masks for every fire truck in Douglas County.  The masks will help fire rescue professionals revive pets and farm animals in the event they suffer smoke inhalation during a fire.  The South Metro Fire District notified Haning that two dogs were recently resuscitated following a house fire and both canines survived.  Without the masks, the dogs may have died from their injuries. 

Haning is currently chair of the Lone Tree Arts Commission and was recently elected president-elect of the Lone Tree Arts Center Guild.  As a 2010 graduate of the Leadership Douglas County program, Haning has been involved in many recent events, including LDC-100, a study designed to identify the needs of non-profit organizations in Douglas County.  Other events include the Giving Tree Food Drive and the Taste of Lone Tree Food and Arts Festival.  She is also past president of her neighborhood HOA and a former chair of its Architectural Review Committee. 

Haning plans on donating a portion of her real estate commissions to the Douglas County Sheriff’s Department to help sustain the department’s K-9 program.  She is one of the most active Realtors in the city of Lone Tree, one of the most desirable, amenity-rich communities in Douglas County. 

The Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage office in Greenwood Village is located at 8490 East Crescent Parkway, Suite 100, and can be reached at 303.409.1300.  Haning may be reached directly at 303.960.8252 or via e-mail at debi.haning@coloradohomes.com.

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