Murphy Joins Realtors

Business people

February 03, 1992

O'Conor Piper & Flynn Realtors' Severna Park office recently announced its affiliation with real estate professional Peggy Murphy.

Hernew office is located at 570 Baltimore Annapolis Boulevard, Severna Park. Information: 647-2222.

DESIGNER MOVES TO CITY

Marilyn Henderson, ASID, an award-winning interior designer, recently has moved her Marilyn Henderson Studio from Washington to Annapolis.

Henderson, who won the American Society of Interior Designersaward in 1989 for Best Residential Interior, has received citations from ASID for her fund-raising efforts for the organization.

A licensed interior designer of Washington and a professional member of ASID, Henderson is known in the Annapolis area for her participation inseveral designer house shows.

WALTER PROMOTED AT FIRM

Tracey Walter recently was promoted from account representative to branch manager of the Annapolis office of CDI Temporary Services, Inc.

In her new position, Walter will oversee the daily operations of the office and provide customer service.

TOP PRODUCERS HONORED

The Annapolis office of Shannon & Luchs Realtors recently announced the office's twoTop Producers for November and December 1991.

Tom Rose and Susan Hale were the Top Producers for the office. Company manage ment attributed the two with helping increase the office's total listings 30 percent during the period, as compared to November 1990. Total dollar volume more than doubled during the same period.

Pam Goldberg and Maria Hottel took the honors for December 1991.

CHAMBER GIVES AWARDS

The Greater Annapolis Chamber of Commerce presented a number of awards for outstanding performance in 1991 at the chamber's January membership breakfast.

Mary Anne Johnson, Paradise Yacht Charters, received the 1991 Member of the Year Award for her work in maritime business development. Cynthia McBride, McBride Gallery, was selected as the 1991 Director of the Year for her efforts in government affairs. Tracey Walter, CDI Temporary Services, Inc. was recognized as 1991 Ambassador of the Year.

For organizing the 1991 "Midnight Madness" promotion in downtown Annapolis, Terry Drake, president of the AnnapolisBusiness Coalition, of Lawrence Clothing, and Beth Kahr of Coast Navigation received the first Annapolis Business Service Award.

Retiring Board of Directors member Willis "Bill" White was honored for histwo terms as director.

The Chamber will celebrate its 75th anniversary in 1992.

EDSALL JOINS ARCHITECTS

Christopher H. Edsall of Crofton recently joined the staff of Schwarz Purcell Architects, P.A., of Annapolis.

Edsall is a graduate of the Gilman School in Baltimore and the University of Virginia School of Architecture in Charlottesville. He will serve as an intern architect.

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