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Berk­shire Hath­away wel­comes sales as­so­ci­ates

Sue Walsh and Pa­trick Gal­lagher, sales lead­ers of Berk­shire Hath­away HomeSer­vices Fox & Roach, Re­al­tors Chest­nut Hill of­fice, welcome Amy Cox as a sales as­so­ciate.

“I joined BHHS Fox & Roach be­cause of their val­ues, com­pas­sion, em­pow­er­ment and ser­vice,” she said.

An ac­tive mem­ber in her com­mu­nity, Cox has a doc­toral de­gree from McGill Univer­sity. She re­sides in Mt. Airy and serves Philadel­phia, Mont­gomery, and Delaware coun­ties.

Ad­di­tion­ally, Pa­tri­cia O’Her­rick, sales leader of Berk­shire Hath­away HomeSer­vices Fox & Roach, Re­al­tors Har­leysville Home Mar­ket­ing Cen­ter, wel­comes Gene Yerger as a sales as­so­ciate.

“I joined BHHS Fox & Roach be­cause of their mar­ket share and so­phis­ti­cated use of tech­nol­ogy,” he said.

For­merly with The Barndt Agency Inc., Yerger has been li­censed since 1977. An award-win­ning agent, he spe­cial­izes in list­ings and sell­ing land de­vel­op­ment and new con­struc­tion.

An ac­tive par­tic­i­pant in his com­mu­nity, Yerger is a mem­ber of the Mont­gomery County As­so­ci­a­tion of Re­al­tors. He re­sides in Perkiomenville and serves Western Mont­gomery County and ad­ja­cent ar­eas.

Lo­cal Real­tor teams with Worth­while or­ga­ni­za­tion

Real­tor Scott Newell has an­nounced he will do­nate 15 per­cent of the earned pro­fes­sional fee of any real es­tate trans­ac­tion (per­sonal or re­ferred) from real es­tate trans­ac­tions made with his team to Worth­while Wear, a lo­cal non­profit ded­i­cated to fight­ing hu­man traf­fick­ing.

This ef­fort will con­tinue through the end of 2019.

Worth­while Wear’s lo­cal ef­forts pro­vide hous­ing/re­cov­ery/vo­ca­tional sup­port at The Well in Bucks County and are sup­ported in part by Worth­while Thrift in Pipersville and Free­dom Bou­tique in Foun­tainville. They com­bine with international ef­forts to pro­vide vo­ca­tional train­ing and em­ploy­ment to reach and re­store the sur­vivors of sex traf­fick­ing here and abroad.

Hav­ing met Worth­while Wear founder, Daniel Emr, about 10 years ago, Newell was moved to be part of the so­lu­tion, he said.

“We deeply be­lieve in the mis­sion of Worth­while Wear and that all peo­ple are val­ued,” Newell said. “You can help by part­ner­ing with our team to con­tinue the tremen­dous im­pact and life change of in­di­vid­u­als. We will do­nate 15 per­cent of the earned pro­fes­sional fee of any real es­tate trans­ac­tion (per­sonal or ref­er­eed). Sim­ply men­tion Worth­while Wear.”

Berk­shire Hath­away hon­ors agents at Break­fast of Cham­pi­ons

Berk­shire Hath­away HomeSer­vices (BHHS) Fox & Roach, Re­al­tors re­cently hon­ored Mont­gomery County sales as­so­ci­ates for their sales per­for­mance for Septem­ber at a monthly Break­fast of Cham­pi­ons.

Sales as­so­ci­ates hon­ored were Alexan­der Kim, Steven Kim, Deb­bie Lan­dregan and Deb­bie Mignogna, of the Blue Bell of­fice; Amin Beyah, Mark Mal­fara and Jen­nifer Rinella, of the Chest­nut Hill of­fice; Cindy Ber­gen and An­drea Szlavik, of the Col­legeville of­fice; Wayne Fen­ster­ma­cher and Kevin Loughran, of the Har­leysville Home Mar­ket­ing Cen­ter; Con­nie Berg, Stu Blez­nak, Mar­i­lyn Blez­nak, Max Cha­nia and Vicki Klink, of the Jenk­in­town Home Mar­ket­ing Cen­ter; and Lau­rie Con­dello, Chuck Sny­der and Robin Young, of the Spring House Home Mar­ket­ing Cen­ter.

SUB­MIT­TED PHOTO — BERK­SHIRE HATH­AWAY

Berk­shire Hath­away HomeSer­vices (BHHS) Fox & Roach, Re­al­tors hon­ors Mont­gomery County sales as­so­ci­ates for their sales per­for­mance for Septem­ber at a monthly Break­fast of Cham­pi­ons.

Gene Yerger

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