Realtor Director Selected

Business people

June 10, 1991

Thomas D. Quattlebaum has been named the new executive director of the county Association of Realtors.

Quattlebaum takes the position vacated by Lillian Gill, who retired after 25 years as executive director. Quattlebaum brings 20 years of experience in the real estate profession, including sales, appraising, sales management and building.

He is expected to give a high priority to promotion of the business as a profession. He has extensive experience in public relations and public speaking.

A Maryland resident since 1986, Quattlebaum isoriginally from Arkansas and has a degree in business administrationand a minor in accounting from Harding University in Searcy, Ark. Hehas been a Realtor since 1969.


Photo Concepts on Solomons Island Road in Annapolis has added Don Wilkalis toits team of

photography professionals.

A graduate of RochesterInstitute of Technology's Imaging Science program, in Rochester, N.Y., Wilkalis has a master's degree in business administration from theNew Hampshire College School of Business in Manchester, N.H. He has worked with NASA digital image recording systems, electronic printingand publishing systems, and others.

He will be working with the new BBS Video Analyzer at Photo Concepts, which allows the operator todisplay a color negative as a positive color image on a video screento control color adjustment and density.


Randy Fox, a sales associate with Champion Realty in Annapolis, has been awarded the Certified Residential Specialist designation by the Residential Sales Council of Realtors National Marketing Institute, affiliated with the National Association of Realtors.

Fox is a memberof the Anne Arundel Board of Realtors and the Maryland Association of Realtors. He is also a GRI graduate of the Realtors Institute and amember of the President's Club Winners Circle, for the top 20 sellers in 1990.


Champion Realty in Annapolis recently announced the affiliation of Rose Marie Eschenbach as a full-time sales associate at the office.

Eschenbach has been listing and selling properties in Anne Arundel County for five years.

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