Real estate professional Roy Gursli has served as a mechanic and project supervisor in the aerospace field, holding 36 years of combined experience in both industries. Currently, Roy Gursli serves as a Real Estate Broker for Champions Real Estate Services in Lynnwood, Washington, where he helps homeowners sell their homes, advises families and individuals in buying new homes, and assists commercial property owners as they lease and sell business spaces. In part due to Roy Gursli’s efforts, Seattle Magazine named Champions Real Estate Services Best in Customer Satisfaction in 2010. Before working at Champions Real Estate Services, Roy Gursli worked as a Sales Associate at Sutton Real Estate in Mill Creek. Since 2005, Roy Gursli has completed over $15 million in housing sales throughout Snohomish County. After earning an Associate of Applied Science in Flight Training and Studies in Aircraft Maintenance from Big Bend Community College, as well as a Welding Certification from Seattle Technical Training Service, Roy Gursli joined airplane repair service Tramco, Inc. in Everett in 1984 as an Aircraft Mechanic. At Tramco, which was bought by aerospace conglomerate Goodrich Corporation in 1988, Roy Gursli provided scheduled maintenance and repairs of commercial aircraft, conducted operational tests of aircraft equipment, and fabricated repair parts for this equipment using special tools, such as brakes and stretchers. Roy Gursli also conducted aircraft overhauls and modification work. Thanks to his exceptional ability and expertise in aircrafts and their repair, Roy Gursli received a promotion to Lead/Supervisor of the Everett facility in 1987. In this role he managed aircraft mechanics and provided leadership and guidance to the maintenance team, ensuring that all aircraft projects were completed according to regulatory and company standards. After four years as Lead/Supervisor, Goodrich Aerospace promoted Roy Gursli to Program Analyst of the Everett facility. In this role, Roy Gursli supervised between 1 and 10 aircraft projects at any given time, overseeing projects involving the logistics of part supplies and labor to aircraft repair, modification, and overhaul projects. In a noteworthy display of leadership, Roy Gursli successfully identified $600,000 in unbilled parts that allowed the company to recover revenue and assisted in the planning and execution of a successful inventory run while assigned to a Special Project Team.