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Notebook: Coldwell Banker hires sales associates |

Notebook: Coldwell Banker hires sales associates

| Sunday, June 29, 2003 12:00 a.m

Coldwell Banker hired a number of sales associates at its area offices.

Heather Harrison, of Mt. Lebanon, and Joe Hughes, of Nevillewood, joined the Route 19/Galleria office.

Harrison has been self-employed for the past 14 years as owner and operator of Custom Home Accents. Hughes worked a year in the real estate marketing in Wheeling, W.Va. and has seven years’ experience in sales with Corporate Express.

Bob Topich, of Franklin Park, joined the North Hills office. Topich, who has over 20 years’ customer service experience with AT&T Broadband, recently graduated from the Educational Development School of Real Estate.

Marjory K. Stawiarski , of Cecil Township; Cindy Dorchak, of Chartiers Township; Gary Seech, of Upper St. Clair Township; and Erma Levi-Young, of Washington; all joined the company’s Peters Township office. Stawiarski has 10 years’ experience as general manager for West Coast Video and has owned and operated three different Parkside Videos stores for the past six years. Dorchak, a licensed real estate professional since 1983, most recently worked for Century 21 Frontier Realty. Seech has held several management positions in the health care field. Levi-Young was the owner and operator of a beauty salon for 22 years.

Renee Mohler, of Murrysville, joined the Monroeville office. Mohler has six years of real estate experience has worked for several different real estate companies, including Century 21 and Coldwell Banker Strait Realty.

Mandy L. Hitt, of Moon Township, joined the Airport/West Regional office. Hitt has worked for several companies including five years with ATM Corp. of America and three with the UPMC Health Plan.

Virginia Flaherty-Cornyn of Shadyside, Stephen Lange of Squirrel Hill and Catherine McConnell of Highland Park all joined Coldwell’s Shadyside office. Flaherty-Cornyn has 15 years’ real estate experience, including 11 as a property manager for Oxford Development Co. Lange has 30 years’ real estate experience and he comes to Coldwell from Harry Davis Real Estate where he specialized in sales and auctions. McConnell formerly was a freelance art director in the film business and a photographer. For eight years she was the art director of Mr. Roger’s Neighborhood.

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