UDR Announces Resignation of Chief Financial Officer

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After ten years with UDR, David L. Messenger has decided to pursue a unique opportunity outside of the company.

Denver–Multifamily REIT UDR today announced that David L. Messenger has resigned his position as Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, effective May 31.

“After ten years with UDR, David has decided to pursue a unique opportunity outside of the Company,” said Tom Toomey, president and CEO of UDR. Toomey added, “We thank him for his many contributions and wish him well in his future endeavors.”

“After 10 years with UDR, four of those serving as CFO, I have decided to pursue another opportunity in the real estate space,” said Messenger. “I have enjoyed my time with the Company and would like to thank UDR for the many opportunities it has provided me as well as my colleagues for their support and hard work over the years.”

The Company will begin a search process for a new CFO.

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