Odenton realty agents attend Va. conferenceDavid Moss...

BUSINESS PEOPLE

November 11, 1993

Odenton realty agents attend Va. conference

David Moss, Nikki McCool, and Carol Eberly of the Odenton office of Century 21 Moss Realty recently promoted Anne Arundel County during a conference of 800 Realtors in Virginia Beach, Va.

Audiologist addresses professional groups

Charles L. Hutto, audiologist and director of clinical services at Chesapeake Hearing Centers of Severna Park, recently spoke to several professional organizations about hearing and hearing

aids.

Topics included infant hearing testing and early detection of hearing loss.

At the Maryland Academy of Audiology's annual conference recently, Mr. Hutto lectured on the innovative sound processing available in certain hearing aids.

Plott picked to manage sales at development

Chateau Builders has appointed F. Eugene Plott sales manager for The Willows of Crofton.

Mr. Plott will handle marketing activities and sales management for the community of single-family homes.

With 19 years of real estate experience, Mr. Plott was formerly a loan officer with Paine Webber Mortgage Finance.

Most recently, he was a sales manager for Chateau Builders' Woodland Village in Howard County.

Realtor announces Oct. award winners

The Annapolis office of Weichert, Shannon & Luchs Realtors recently announced its award winners for October.

Judy Leichtman and Tom Rose were recognized as top producers for the office, while Betsy Scott was awarded top lister status.

The office's sales figures topped those for the same period of 1992 by 39 percent.

Annapolis waiter wins statewide competition

John Koker, a waiter in the Corinthian Restaurant of Loews Annapolis Hotel, recently won the fourth annual Service Classic, sponsored by the Restaurant Association of Maryland.

Thirty-five of Maryland's best waiters competed for the award during the four-hour competition.

Contestants were required to take a written exam and serve a table of eight, among other things.

Mr. Koker received a trip for two anywhere in the United States.

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