OhioCRE Commercial Real Estate Hall of Fame: Stewart Title’s Cheryl Gallucci Matt Baker July 28, 2020 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on LinkedIn Share via email Midwest Real Estate News each year elects a new class to its Midwest Commercial Real Estate Hall of Fame. This year, we are running these profiles online, too. We focus today on the career of Cheryl Gallucci, manager of the Cleveland division in the Medina, Ohio, office of Stewart Title Company. Stewart Title Company’s Cheryl Gallucci has been in the title insurance industry for a total of 43 years, 35 years of which have been involved with commercial real estate title work. Throughout the years, she has held many positions in the business ranging from examining, sales and management to serving as a commercial real estate closer. An approved continuing education instructor for the Ohio Division of Real Estate, Gallucci has also presented at the OLTA Seminar along with various other real estate and lending seminars. These years of experience have given her an inimitable view of the industry. “The greatest challenge in examining and closing commercial real estate transactions is the unique, complex nature of every deal,” Gallucci said. “I have been successful in this business because of my willingness to learn, hard work and an overall appreciation for the customer. The steps I have taken to succeed through the years are consistently making new and meaningful relationships with customers and being a resource for my colleagues.” Gallucci has been active in many local, professional and civic associations throughout the Medina area, including the Medina County Board of Realtors and Women’s Council, Medina County Title Association, Medina County Home Builders Association, Medina County Chamber of Commerce, Medina County Kiwanis Club, Medina County Christian Business Women and past Vice-President of the Medina Chapter of Business Network International. Away from the office, Gallucci enjoys spending time with her husband, Bill, her son and two granddaughters, traveling, reading and volunteering with several local charitable organizations. “I am so very grateful for all the blessings that I have received from both customers and colleagues in my career,” said Gallucci.