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Prudential becomes Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices

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Written by Staff Reports Tuesday, November 05, 2013 05:35 pm

Prudential Fox and Roach will change to Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Fox and Roach on Nov. 12. Across the Delaware Valley, building signs and yard signs will change from blue to cabernet and to celebrate, many offices are hosting grand opening events.

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Prudential salutes sales associates

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Written by Staff Reports Tuesday, November 05, 2013 05:27 pm

OCEAN CITY — Prudential Fox and Roach recognizes sales associates in the Ocean City offices for being the office leaders for the month of September.

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Realtors honored with Breakfast of Champions

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Written by Staff Reports Tuesday, November 05, 2013 05:22 pm

Seated, from left, are Christen Andrews, 55th Street; Robin Parris, 200 34th St.; Deedra Bowen, 200 34th St.; Kathleen Tyrrell, Battersea; and Nick Marotta, Battersea. Standing, from left, are Joan Docktor, Prudential Fox and Roach president; Joseph Sheppard, 55th Street; Jim Marshall, 55th Street; Pete Madden, Battersea manager; Tom Tyrrell, Battersea; Michael Allegretto, 55th Street manager; Jim O'Neill, 109 34th St.; and Steve Booth, senior vice president and regional manager. Seated, from left, are Christen Andrews, 55th Street; Robin Parris, 200 34th St.; Deedra Bowen, 200 34th St.; Kathleen Tyrrell, Battersea; and Nick Marotta, Battersea. Standing, from left, are Joan Docktor, Prudential Fox and Roach president; Joseph Sheppard, 55th Street; Jim Marshall, 55th Street; Pete Madden, Battersea manager; Tom Tyrrell, Battersea; Michael Allegretto, 55th Street manager; Jim O'Neill, 109 34th St.; and Steve Booth, senior vice president and regional manager.

Prudential Fox and Roach honors each of the highest sales producers at a monthly “Breakfast of Champions.”

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Jersey Shore Federal Credit Union raises $300 for Humane Society of Ocean City

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Written by Staff Reports Tuesday, November 05, 2013 12:00 am

At left, Humane Society of Ocean City Executive Director Bill Hollingsworth accepts a $300 check from Jersey Shore Credit Union social action members Jeannie Straub and Camille Tomaczuk. At left, Humane Society of Ocean City Executive Director Bill Hollingsworth accepts a $300 check from Jersey Shore Credit Union social action members Jeannie Straub and Camille Tomaczuk.

Jersey Shore Federal Credit Union’s staff collected $300 for the Humane Society of Ocean City, which provides shelter for homeless animals until they can be placed into permanent homes.

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Votta’s charitable work earns her the title of Ocean City’s Realtor of the Year

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Written by Ann Richardson Monday, November 04, 2013 12:00 am

Gloria Votta, Ocean City Realtor of the Year for 2013, receives a bouquet of flowers from Kevin Redmond, president of the Ocean City Board of Realtors at the board’s annual meeting. Gloria Votta, Ocean City Realtor of the Year for 2013, receives a bouquet of flowers from Kevin Redmond, president of the Ocean City Board of Realtors at the board’s annual meeting.

OCEAN CITY — She’s walked the fashion runway modeling for Barbizon, worked in the food service industry, managed a plumbing business, supervised game tables for Atlantic City casinos and for the past dozen years she’s sold seashore real estate.

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Car lot changes sign, not ownership

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Written by Claire Lowe Saturday, November 02, 2013 12:00 am

The new sign at Harry Klause’s car lot at 1120 Asbury Avenue in Ocean City no longer includes his name. The new sign at Harry Klause’s car lot at 1120 Asbury Avenue in Ocean City no longer includes his name.

OCEAN CITY — The sign at Harry Klause’s car lot has changed, but apparently ownership has not.

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