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CATAWBA ISLAND Williams joins Realty One Real Living Realty One Real Living's Catawba office, 4054 East Harbor Road, a
Sandusky Register Staff
May 24, 2010

 

CATAWBA ISLAND

Williams joins Realty One Real Living

Realty One Real Living's Catawba office, 4054 East Harbor Road, announced the recent addition of Sara Williams.

Williams comes to them from Signature Realtors in Catawba/Port Clinton, andhas 19 years of real estate experience in Ohio and California. She also has six years real estate management experience and 17 years relocation experience.

Williams and her husband live in Fremont and she can be reached at 419-734-5751 or sara.williams@RealLiving.com.

WILLARD

Mundy to retire from RR Donnelley

Danny Mundy will retire June 1, after more than 40 years of service at RR Donnelley in Willard.

He started his career in 1967 as a trucker in the bindery. He has stayed in the bindery working as index operator, machine index cutter operator, rollstripper and imprinter operator and is retiring as an equipment operator II.

Mundy lives in Attica with his wife, Sandra, and they have three children.

SANDUSKY

Allam joins new concept company

Magda Allam, a real estate consultant ,has recently joined the WebMLS Inc. team of Realtors, a new concept company reflecting the change in Real Estate Market.

Allam obtained her real estate license in 1995, with 12 years of experience in the real estate business. An accounting and finance background will continue to serve her clients and customers professionally with their real estate needs. For information, visit webmls.net.

SANDUSKY

Firelands welcomes new vice president

Connie R. Lamb has joined Firelands Regional Medical Center as vice president of marketing and public relations. In her new role, Lamb will develop and execute the marketing strategy for the hospital including planning and coordinating all marketing and public relations initiatives, advertising, publications, community events and media relations.

Lamb brings to the position more than 23 years of experience in the field of marketing and public relations, with 14 years specifically in healthcare marketing strategy development and implementation. Lamb most recently served as director of marketing for the community Health Partners Regional Health System in Lorain, and has previously been with Firelands (and the former Providence) in marketing and strategic planning. Lamb also has prior advertising agency experience in marketing and advertising consulting.

Lamb earned her master's in business administration from Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, Ohio, and holds a bachelor's of science in business administration, with specialization in marketing research and statistics, also from Bowling Green State University.

Lamb resides in Huron with her husband, Mark, and two daughters.

SANDUSKY

Ebert recieves Woman of the Year awards

Dorothy Ebert was recently presented the Sandusky Bay Charter Chapter of the American Business Women's Association Chapter Woman of the Year Award at the 34th Anniversary program.

The presentor announced that Dorothy is a "charter member" who has been a member since the inception of the organization in 1973. Dorothy has held every officer position at least once. She has brought into membership more people than any other person past or presentlycarried on the roster.

SANDUSKY

Looks welcomes two new employees

Tara Vincent, formerly of Definitions of Design in the Toledo area, is new to Looks, Hair, Nails & Body Salon. She has been in the hair industry for seven years and has taken several continuing education classes through the Redkin Exchange in New York.

Looks also welcomes Jamie Lute to the team. Lute is certified in 100 percent human hair, fashion and clip-in extensions. In addition, she does a full-line of hair care services, waxing and pedicures.

Both women are taking appointments. Call, 419-626-1902.

BELLEVUE

Two John Fenn Realty associates win awards

Local real estate sales associates, Sandy Didion and Bob Bellard, both of ERA John Fenn Realty in Bellevue, recently earned a regional performance award from global real estate leader ERA Franchise Systems, Inc.

Didion received a Certificate of Achievement for sales in excess of $1 million dollars for 2006. Bellard achieved the Most Improved Agent Award.

The awards were presented at the Cleveland Area Broker Council awards ceremony, recently at St. Michael's Woodside in Broadview Heights, Ohio.

NORWALK

Executive earns top management credential

Gary E. Englehart, FACHE, director of pulmonary medicine at Fisher-Titus Medical Center, Norwalk, recently became a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives, the nation's leading professional society for healthcare leaders. Fellow status represents achievement of the highest standard of professional development.

Englehart is privileged to use the FACHE credential which signifies board certification in healthcare management and ACHE Fellow Status.

PORT CLINTON

Gerner-Wolf-Walker welcomes new director

Robert A. Bunge has joined Gerner-Wolf-Walker Funeral home as a licensed funeral director. Bunge brings 21 years of funeral directing experience to the Port Clinton community. He previously lived worked as a funeral director in Port Clinton for 17 years. Bunge will join funeral directors, Adam Byers, Jim Ridener and Keith Walker as wellvas Jennifer Waldron, family services/pre-arrangement advisor. Bunge will reside in Port Clinton and looks forward to becoming active the community once again. He is presently a member of the Port Clinton Elks, Port Clinton Kiwanis, and the Oak Harbor Golf Club.

SANDUSKY

Firelands announces Beacon of Light for May

Firelands Regional Medical Center has named Stephen Evans as the Beacon of Light Award winner for May.

Evans, who works as a Home Based Therapist in the Behavioral Health Services Department, Norwalk office, displays all the qualities that Firelands stands for. His nomination stated, "Steve's attitude, commitment and enthusiasm have been consistently exceeding expectations. He is open-minded, self-critical, quick witted, compassionate and always eager to help team members. Steve embraces changes within the organization and strives to build good relationships with other agencies. His time-management skills, organizational skills and clinical skills are reflected in his high productivity. "

Evans, a Sandusky resident, has been an employee of Firelands Regional Medical Center for more than two years.

PERKINS TWP.

Peterson completes

maintenance training

Lisa Petersen, of Embroidery by Lisa, recently completed training in embroidery machine operations and maintenance. The class, offered by the Renaissance Embroidery Machine Company, was held in Dallas, Texas.

Topics included proper care and maintenance of the machine, proper threading and tension and new software use. The software is used for digitizing designs, editing existing stock designs and adding text. Lisa is looking forward to fulfilling her existing and future customer needs with creativity and quality. For information, call 419-621-5681; or E-mail LisaPetersen@bex.net.

SANDUSKY

Hemminger Personal Best winner

Eileen Hemminger, a JC.. Penney Salon manager in the Sandusky Mall, received the 2006 Personal Best Award. This is a prestigious recognition reserved for top-performing JCPenney Salon managers.