People On The Move


December 30, 2005

Hartke promoted at Tai Sophia

Pamela Hartke has been promoted to community services coordinator at the Tai Sophia Institute, a graduate school for the healing arts in North Laurel. She served as receptionist for the institute's clinical services division, where she managed schedules and appointments for the institute's acupuncture and herbal medicine clinics.

As community services coordinator, she will be responsible for the school's alumni relations programs and special events for fundraising, and alumni education and networking programs.

Before joining the institute's staff, Hartke worked in the administration of the Community College of Baltimore County. She is a graduate of Catonsville Community College.

Long & Foster's top agents

Ona Beares, manager of the Clarksville-River Hill Long & Foster office, has announced Creig Northrop as the top producer, lister, seller and agent with the most new listings for November, with a sales volume of $27,145,095.

Peggy Gallagher, manager of the Columbia Long & Foster officer, has announced that Terri Westerlund was top producer, lister and seller for November, with a sales volume of $6,991,849. Richard Watson was recognized as the agent with the most new listings.

Norma Judd, manager of the Columbia Midtown Long & Foster officer, announced Barb Seely as the top individual producer, with a sales volume of $1,150,000. The Bart Butler Home Team was top team producer, lister and seller, and the team with the most new listings, with a sales volume of $1,729,900. Donald Lewis and Jeannine Dunn were the top producing partnership, with a sales volume of $576,000.

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