Wycherly Honored

Business people

April 13, 1992

Alan D. Wycherly, longtime resident and account representative for MetLife Annapolis Branch, has been named to the 1991 President's Conference at Walt Disney World Dolphin Resort Lake in Buena Vista, Fla.

Honored for outstanding sales and service achievement at MetLife, Wycherly's record placed him among the top 10 percent of all account and sales representatives within the company.

In addition to his president's conference honor, Wycherly also earned the MetLife 1991 Pacesetter and sales leadership awards for the second year in a row.

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CAPTION: ALAN D. WYCHERLY

Named to President's Conference

3 JOIN MANIS & WRIGHT

Lisa Medlock, Georgie Berkinshaw and Linda Best have joined Manis & Wright Realty, a full-service real estate firm located in Annapolis.

Medlock specializes in selling homes to first-time home buyers. She was previously employed by Second National F.S.B. as a residential mortgage processor.

Berkinshaw, a member of the Graduate Realtors Institute, has sold over $18 million worth of real estate since 1986. She currently serves on the board of trustees for Key School in Annapolis.

Best, a multimillion dollar sales agent, has been a licensed agent in Maryland for six years. She is also a member of the Distinguished Sales Achievement Club and has been named Top Producer for several months over the past year.

REALTOR APPOINTS 3

Three employees of Shannon & Luchs Realtor's Annapolis office have been appointed to work on various committees with the Anne Arundel County Association of Realtors.

Tina Marine, manager of the Annapolis office for five years, was appointed to the Education Committee and, along with salesassociate Pam Goldberg, to the Ethics and Professional Standards Committee for the AACAR.

Jon Phillips, another associate at Shannon &Luchs in Annapolis, has been selected to the Multiple List Committeeof the AACAR.

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