Coco Lewis
Excellence Redefined
Rick Geha

Since the inception of Rick Geha’s career, over twenty five years ago, it has followed a stellar upward course. Beginning when he was only 22 in a small independent office, he rose to managing the #2 Century 21 office in the nation, gaining the kind of experience and savvy along the way that sets him far above most others in the field.

Despite his busy schedule Rick finds ample time to give back to the community as a doer, organizer and leader… Fremont Unified School District board member Nina Moore says, “Virtually no one can be involved with non-profit organizations in this area and not know Rick Geha.”

Rick has served on the Ohlone College Foundation Board of Directors since 1993 and as president since 1997. He is Vice Chair for the Ohlone-Washington Hospital Joint Powers Authority Board, which was formed to distribute $1.5 million to the Ohlone College nursing Program. He served on the board of directors for Kidango (formerly Tri-Cities Children’s Center), and continues to officiate as Master of Ceremonies at numerous charitable events throughout the Bay Area.

It is just this sort of selfless commitment to children and education that prompted the Ohlone College Foundation to honor Rick as “Citizen of the Year” in 2005.

Now, as a partner in Keller Williams Benchmark Properties, he continues to lead his team to record-breaking sales volumes – by setting an example of honesty, integrity, energy and high personal expectations.

As his clients will attest, Rick’s commitment to excellence, performance and personal service is second to none.

“My experience with Rick was great!”
“I would recommend Rick in a second and already have!”
“You [Rick] have a great team of personnel. Whether in the office or out
 in the field, our interactions with your staff were 
always personable and
 truly professional.”
“Both Judy and I wish to thank Rick and his wonderful staff for
 providing us with outstanding service.”
“Rick delivered over and beyond what was promised.”
 “You are the benchmark by which all other agents should be measured
you really do redefine excellence.”