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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, March 19 - March 25, 2004 - 57 Henry-,Pearl rakes-executive post at00Comcast 00:of Delma:rva development across Delmarva as Comcast continues to launch new products and services such as On Demand, Comcast High Speed In- ternet, HDTV and Comcast's Dig- ital Video Recorder (DVR). Pearl will be responsible for Comcast's cable systems across Maryland's Eastern Shore, includ- ing Cambridge, Caroline County, Dorchester County, Ocean City, Comcast recently announced that Henry Pearl has been named vice president and general manag- er for Comcast of Delmarva. In this capacity, Pearl will oversee the day-to-day operations of Comcast on the Delmarva Penin- sula and Cecil County as well as the completion of the $10 million fiber-optic upgrade in Ocean City. Pearl will also lead technology DCF honors WBOC TV-16 with first Community Builder Award The Delaware Community Foundation honored WBOC TV- 16/UPN21 with the first Commu- nity Builder Award. In a simple ceremony, during the foundation's January board meeting, WBOC TV was recognized for continuing outstanding efforts to showcase Delmarva's benevolent side. "We would like this award to become locally prestigious," said Delaware Community Foundation Senior Vice President John Hollis. "like a Delmarva Peace Prize of sorts." For years, WB()C TV has pro- duced and aired "Delmarva's Heart & Soul" as well as public service announcements for Com- munity Foundation efforts. Re- cently, WBOC TV completed its first full-length program, "Dis- cover Delmarva," a new, biogra- phical series about some of the most persevering, inspiring and charitable people in Delmarva's modem history. "WBOC takes their public serv- ice commitment very seriously," said Hollis. "That's where local TV makes a difference," said Rick Jordan, gener- al manager and vice presi- dent at WBOC TV. "The sta- tion's Emmys are recognition from an indus- try standpoint, but the Com- JORDAN munity Builder Award is especially mean- ingful to us because it recognizes our service from those whose lives are touched by these efforts. That's where we do our best work." "Our goal was to locally pro- duce a series of biographical doc- umentaries and raise the bar on what viewers could expect from local TV programming; we're very proud to tell these stories that way," said Steve West, one of the three creative services producers responsible for producing the se- ties. The creative services team is currently in production for its sec- ond Discover Delmarva feature and will produce several more this year. Coldwell Banker honored for home protection program The NRT Coldwell Banker Companies-, which conferred its National Leadership Awards during an event in Las Vegas in late February, Cold- well recognized Banker Residential Brokerage (CBRB) as the.No. 2 company nationally, for top-company performance for the Coldwell Banker Home Protection Plan administered by AON. NRT family of companies has more than 950 offices across the United States. Hal Maxwell, president of Coldwell Banker Residential Broker- age in Greater Baltimore and the Eastern Shore areas of Maryland and Delaware accepted the award on behalf of the company. "It's an honor to be recognized as the top company nationally for the Coldwell Banker Home Protection Plan," said Maxwell. " Each and every one of our managers, sales associates, and staff worked hard to make this a year to remember. Together we have all won this award. Congratulations to all of our associates and the entire "'Home Team." The Coldwell Banker Home Protection Plan protects the buyer and seller from unexpected repair bills before and after the sale: For details, visit san and warm C3uh c ,._trcam wai:ers!  00ns, from th00e00be00roo000000 e palaces with priva! W / 00un=an00t00.00 tf Am Somerset County, Salisbury, Wicomico County and Worchester County. He will also lead Com- cast's Sussex County system and Kent County system in Delaware, as well as Cecil County in north- eastern Maryland. Pearl will manage 310 employees across Delmarva in an area that serves 165,000 customers. Prior to joining Comcast, Pearl served as vice president of cus- tomer operations for Time Warner Cable's Syracuse, N.Y. division. He led a team of more than 300 employees serving customers in central and northern New York. While there, he was involved in fiberoptic re- builds and new product launches as well as focus- ing on cus- tomer service excellence. "We are ex- cited to have PEARL Henry Pearl join our Comcast team and know that he will make a positive im- pact in Delmarva," said Barbara Gehrig, regional senior vice presi- dent for Comcast's Maryland/Delaware region. "Comcast has consistently deliv- ered new products and services to our customers in Delmarva, and we are certain this trend will con- tinue under Henry Pearl's leader- ship. We look forward to rolling out the next generation of digital technology that will give people more ways to interact with their televisions and personal comput- ers," Gehtig said. Pearl holds a bachelor's degree in finance from Siena College in New York. He served for three years as first lieutenant airborne ranger in the U.S. Army and has also been active in many civic and charitable organizations through- out his professional career. LIVE LARGE IN THIS OVER 1,800 SQ.FT. HOUSE 1240 Kings Hwy., Lewes 302-645-2207 - 800-331-4241 Perfect house for relaxing or entertaining. 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