Badalamenti appointed: John Badalamenti has been appointed assistant manager of the Prudential Fox & Roach, Realtors Blue Bell 2ffiFH. BDGDODPHnti, a relocated New Yorker, has been a consistent top producer serving the Main Line and surrounding suburban PhiladelShLD DUHD.
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A lifelong resident of the Main Line, Raleigh graduated from The Haverford School in 1988 and resides in 1DUEHUWh.
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Natalie Paone Curry is a marketing and sales specialist with a B.6. Ln OHDGHUVhLS DnG consumer economics from the University Rf DHODwDUH.
A resident of Lower Merion, she also is a member of Long & Foster’s President’s &OuE.