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October 06, 1994

Bristol adds 2 brokers, Small Boat Division

Bristol Yacht Sales Inc. in Annapolis recently added two yacht brokers to its current group of eight full-time brokers and also created a new Small Boat Division.

Jim Wharton, formerly an engineer in the heavy construction industry, will specialize in power boat sales.

John Pasley, a sailor and boat builder, will head the yacht brokerage firm's new Small Boat Division.

Harland-White named AACC assistant dean

Anne Arundel Community College has promoted Faith Harland-White to assistant dean of technical and career education and chair of the business and business technologies division, a position she held for a year in an acting capacity.

Ms. Harland-White, a resident of Arnold, will coordinate 30 full-time and 75 part-time faculty members at the college. The division is compromised of criminal justice and paralegal studies, business and public administration and business management departments teaching 125 credit courses.

In 1987, she was the director of the school's hotel/restaurant management program.

Long & Foster names month's top sellers

Long & Foster Real Estate has announced the top sales associates for the month of August for area offices:

* Annapolis: Mary Thompson, top producer and top lister; Allan Poffel, top sales.

* Annapolis downtown: Janet Hannsz, top seller, producer, lister.

* Crofton: Tom Strong, top producer, seller, lister.

* Deale: Cindy Burgess, top seller; Bill Whitman, top producer and top lister.

* Glen Burnie: Linda Giltay, top producer and top lister; Tom Thompson, top seller.

* Fort Meade/Odenton: the team of Wil Tolbert and Lore Peterson, top producer; the team of Theresa and Ronnie Stevens, top sales; and Danny Williams top lister.

* Pasadena: Dottie Arnew, top seller and producer; and Tony Parise, top lister.

* Severna Park: Steve Graves, top seller, top producer, top lister.

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