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Rosa Colucci
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
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Northwood Realty Services has announced the hiring of new sales associates. The agents and their offices are:

Todd Schubert and Joy Galan, Butler; Lauri Buly, Jennifer Reynolds and Robert Williams Cranberry; Belle Ranf, Greensburg; Kathleen Smith, Hidden Valley; Vinton Coffman, North Hills; Misty Hegan, Latrobe; Kelli Geyer, Sarver; and Benjamin Kopp, Zelienople.

Heather Orstein, previously with Prudential, has joined the Peters office, Danielle Puchi, who worked for RE/MAX Premier Group, is in Uniontown and Kathleen Brandon, previously with Bernard Johnson Real Estate, is in the Squirrel Hill office. Cathy Audia, formerly with Booher Real Estate in Lawrence County, is in New Castle.

Saundra Brown, a Realtor for 16 years, has joined the 201 Associates office and formerly worked for Prudential. Linda Ober, now in Zelienople, is a notary public who received a bachelor's degree in business and accounting from Robert Morris University.




Prudential Preferred Realty has announced that Scott Ludwickof the Greensburg office led the company in August in sales units and volume with 13 sales worth $3 million. He was also first in listings sold units and volume with 12 listings worth $3.2 million.

Marilyn Davis, Greensburg, was No. 1 in listing volume with $3 million and in new construction units sold with 2.5. The top agent in residential listing units was Chuck Swidzinski, Butler, with 14.

Toni Riethmiller and Patty Smay, Cranberry, were first in new construction listings units and volume with three worth $1.1 million.




Coldwell Banker Real Estate Services has announced its top agents for August.

Rt. 19 South/Galleria office: Maria & Joe Lane, $3.6 million in sales and $1.4 million in listings; Laura Simon, $2.6 million in sales and $2.6 million in listings; Sydnie Jones, $1.6 million in sales and $1.6 million in listings; John Adair, $1.3 million in sales; John Geisler, 10 sales worth $1.2 million.

Cranberry: Georgie Smigel, 15 sales worth $3.5 million and 11 listings worth $3 million; Matt Ohlsson, 12 sales totaling $2.7 million;Lucy Wann, $1.9 million in sales.

Pleasant Hills: Maria Werner, 13 sales worth $2.3 million and $1.3 million in listings.

Airport/Beaver Regional: Laura Palmer, $2 million in sales.

North Hills: Kevin Mihm, $1.8 million in sales; Kay Barchetti, $2.1 million in listings; Carol Bagaley, $1.2 million in sales; Lynn & Bruce Titus and Kelley Titus Polard, $1.1 million in sales; Jim Miller & Ben Hess, 11 listings and 10 sales.

Hampton:Linda Miller, $1.4 million in sales.

Peters: Tim Ulam& Sue Franz, $1.2 million in sales and $1.2 million in listings; Monica Mahla, $1.6 million in listings; Bonnie Loya, $1.4 million in listings.

South Hills/Upper St. Clair: Stacy Romanias, $1.2 million in sales.

Shadyside: Cindy Ingram& Ken Clever, $3.5 million in listings; Leesa Belt-Haglund, $1.7 million in sales.

Squirrel Hill: Ted Knowlton, $1.1 million in listings.

Fox Chapel: Lori Crandell, $1.1 million in listings.




Sharyn Elliott has joined Prudential's Rt. 19 South office. She previously worked for UPMC.


EVENTS

Northwood will hold a free career seminar from 6-7 p.m. Tuesday at select company offices. Participants receive complimentary refreshments as they listen to experienced Northwood managers discuss career options, earning potential and the work required. Reservations are required by calling 1-800-837-3906.




Coldwell Banker's Peters office will host its sixth annual Shopping Extravaganza to benefit the Make-A Wish foundation on Wednesday from 5:30 to 9 p.m. at Valleybrook Country Club in McMurray.

More than 20 vendors will offer fashion jewelry, accessories, purses, gourmet foods, skin products, leather goods, and home accessories. The event is free and open to the public. Information, 724-942-1200.



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