Patricia Savani to head RealtorsThe Anne Arundel County...


January 26, 1995

Patricia Savani to head Realtors

The Anne Arundel County Association of Realtors has elected Patricia M. Savani, CRB and Vice President of Champion Realty, Inc., to a one year term as president of the Association.

Ms. Savani said her primary goals for her presidency will be to enhance the awareness of the Association's role in the community, including its actions to introduce and protect legislation that increases the financial and tax benefits of homeownership.

Ms. Savani began her real estate career in 1977 and is a founding partner of Champion Realty. She was honored as Anne Arundel County Realtor of the Year in 1990.

Other newly elected officials for the Association are President-Elect Donna Cavey of Prudential Preferred Properties, Vice President Kay Kline of Long and Foster, Treasurer Steve Mitchell of Ambassador Realty and Secretary Jo Anne Poole of ERA The Personal Touch.

Other members include Directors Ed Griemsmann of O'Conor, Piper & Flynn and Frank Powell of Prudential Preferred Properties; and State Directors Herb Chisholm of

RE/MAX 100, Debra O'Brennan of Long & Foster, Sharyn Steffey of Champion Realty, Ron Miscavich of RPM Realty and Norm Lutkefedder of O'Connor, Piper & Flynn.

Jackie Taylor promoted at Severn Bank

Severn Savings Bank, FSB, has promoted Crofton resident Jackie S. Taylor to the position of loan originator.

She joined the staff at the bank in 1992 as a loan processor and rose to loan processing supervisor and junior underwriter.

Wayson installed as ABC president

Konrad Wayson of Hopkins & Wayson Inc. of Lothian has been installed as the president of the Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC), the Anne Arundel-Southern Maryland Chapter.

Mr. Wayson, a county resident, is secretary/treasurer of Hopkins & Wayson, Inc. and former president of Old South Country Club.

Mr. Wayson has been a member of ABC since 1963.

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