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Company Appoints New Leader

OCEAN CITY – Re/Max Premier Properties President and owner Bill Cook announced this week the new leadership team for the company.

Dr. Carl E. Ortman will take over as vice-president, general manager and broker for Maryland and Virginia. Ortman brings 33 years of educational leadership to the company with 10 of those years as headmaster of independent schools and six years in real estate. Ortman will oversee a team consisting of Betsy Clark, chief financial officer; Mike Noyes, information technology; Doug Galloway, agent coordinator and consultant; Max Trapp, agent coordinator and broker of record for Delaware; Bob Heim, agent coordinator; and staff members Billie Tragle, Marie Cerrato, Kristin Turner, Andrea Agosta, Sharon Wittman and Gina Castagna.

Galloway, previous vice president and general manager, will return to being a real estate associate as well, rejoining his wife, Sandy, as The Pros to Know.

As agent coordinators, Galloway will focus on the Ocean City office, while Trapp will work with the Ocean Pines office and Heim with the new north Salisbury office.

“We have so many exciting plans in the works and his new position requires so much of my time that I have informed the team that I will not be doing any real estate transactions of my own,” Ortman said.

Taylor Bank To Dedicate

Branch In Bergey’s Honor

OCEAN CITY – Taylor Bank is planning to dedicate its newly remodeled 20th Street branch in honor of James R. Bergey, Sr., who has been often referred to as the public face of the banking institution in Ocean City.

Over his 59 years of service, Bergey is credited with building the bank’s loyal Ocean City customer base while serving most of his career at the 20th Street branch.

On March 18, from 4:30-7 p.m., the Board of Directors will honor him by dedicating the new facility in his memory. The public is invited to join the bank’s directors, officers and staff in marking the occasion.

Top Producers Named

BERLIN – ResortQuest Real Estate recently announced January’s top producers for its Delaware and Maryland locations.

Anne Powell and Jennifer Hughes received top honors for listing volume for January. Top listing volume awards for individual agents by office are Powell and Hughes for the Bayside office; Robert Kauffman for the Bethany Beach office; Bill Hand for the Marketplace at Sea Colony office; Linda Quasney for the Ocean City office; and Marc Grimes for the Bear Trap Dunes office.

Despina Kaneles received top honors for sales volume for January. Top sales volume awards for individual agents by office are Kaneles for the Marketplace at Sea Colony office; Powell and Hughes for the Bayside office; Tammy Mushrush for the Bethany Beach office; Gail Phelan for the Edgewater at Sea Colony office; and Mike Conover for the Bear Trap Dunes office.

Team Colleen/Missy (consisting of Colleen Windrow and Missy Nalewaik) received top honors for listing volume for teams for January. Top listing volume awards for teams by office are Team Colleen/Missy for the Marketplace at Sea Colony office and Team Dayna Feher (consisting of Dayna Feher, Jeff Wolfenbarger, Kae Quillen and Tammy Hitchens) for the Bethany Beach office.

Team Rob Arlett of the Bethany Beach office received top honors for sales volume for teams for January.

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