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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 4- June 10, 2004- 53 ous committees of the Delaware etieg and ig Currently a member of the Council of Delaware Society of PPA . He also serves on the Tax and Delaware Holding Compan2/ Committees of the Delaware State CIIIHIDCr of UJ[]IlIIOf t?glld J[S d director of the Association of In- dependent Trust Companies. The DBA also elected and in- stalled Kathleen M. Roberts, pres- ident of Discover Bank, Wilming- ton, to the post of chairwoman- elect. Other mem- bers of the DBA board are Bradley A. Hublein, sen- lot vice presi- dent, Wilming- ton Trust; James J. Kelly, SCHROEDER executive vice president, ING DIRECT; Stephen Nelson, president and CEO, Arti- sans' Bank and past DBA chair- man; John W. Scheflen, group ex- ecutive, MBNA America Bank; John R. Schroeder, vice president, Baltimore Trust Co,; Keith W. Peter A. Horty, president and Compata irt Wilmington, wag elected and installed as chairman oP the Delaware lankers Assoc;a lion (DBA), May 13, at the DBA's 109th annual meeting in Wilming- ton. In his capacity as president of Commonwealth Trust, Horty lec- tures extensively on the Delaware Dynasty Trust, the Delaware As- set Protection Trusts and estate and succession planning. He is a graduate of LaSaUe Uni- versity and holds a bachelor of science degree in accounting. He is also a certified public account- ant with permits to practice in Delaware and Pennsylvania. Horty is a member of the Philadelphia Estate Planning Council, the Delaware Estate Planning Council, the American and Pennsylvania Institutes of Certified Public Accountants, the Delaware Society of Certified Public Accountants and the Insti- tute of Management Accountants. He has served on numerous chari- table board and is a past member of the board of directors of the Rotary Club of Wilmington. He has also been active in variy _ Schuck, senior vice president, JP Long & Foster names April's Cape Region top producers Long & Foster Real Estate Inc. recently announced its top producers for the month of April. Ethel Lewis, manager of the Milton, Rehoboth Beach and Seaford offices, announced Nora Martin of the Milton office as the top produc- er, top lister, top seller and the agent with the most new listings with a sales Volume of $652,000. Mary Lou Elrod of the Rehoboth office was the top producer with a sales volume of $2,275,000; Dave Wilson was the top lister; Robin Palumbo sas the top seller; and Cindy Daniel, Trena Kelly, The Team of Kathy McGuiness and Angle Watkins and Robin Palumbo were the agents with the most new listings. Bonnie Fox of the Seaford office was the top producer with a sales volume of $219,800; and Judy Dean was the top lister, top seller and the agent with the most new listings. Bethany Beach office Manager Marie Cahill announced Leslie Kopp was the top producer and the top lister in her office. Kopp had a sales volume of $6,204,900. Marjie Eckerd was the top seller, and Martha Lowe was the agent with the most new listings. Debi Fenimore The Beach is my Business/+ Call me about our exciting new projects including the Tides, Five Points, Villas at Bay Crossing and more! OCEAN ATLANTIC A G E N C Morgan Chase; and Connie Bond Whom participated in the ges to ...... , ,I ........................... - ....................... Bank. The DBA announced the win- ner ol e it ey to lLnaneal +,,c._ cess Scholarship award At the an- nuat dinner. The winners were Amanda ROyllold, a 11iOl LI,t 5111xII High School, and Anthony Swierbinski, a senior at Caesar Rodney High School, both of at 17 Delaware high schools this year. was developed in partnership with the University' of Delaware's Cen- ter [0r Economic Education and vice of Maryland and Delaware. I with 19 banks and trust compa- nies, the Delaware ]ankers ASSO- ation that represents 3/5 fi/la/lcial institutions chartered to do bank- ing business in the state 0f Bankers Association, Federal Re- Additional information about serve Bank of Philadelphia and the association is available at Consumer Credit Counseling Ser- www.debankers.com. E-mail: rehoboth @coldwellbankermove.com Congratulations To Our:0000 May 2004 Super Stars! CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 4- June 10, 2004- 53 ous committees of the Delaware etieg and ig Currently a member of the Council of Delaware Society of PPA . He also serves on the Tax and Delaware Holding Compan2/ Committees of the Delaware State CIIIHIDCr of UJ[]IlIIOf t?glld J[S d director of the Association of In- dependent Trust Companies. The DBA also elected and in- stalled Kathleen M. Roberts, pres- ident of Discover Bank, Wilming- ton, to the post of chairwoman- elect. Other mem- bers of the DBA board are Bradley A. Hublein, sen- lot vice presi- dent, Wilming- ton Trust; James J. Kelly, SCHROEDER executive vice president, ING DIRECT; Stephen Nelson, president and CEO, Arti- sans' Bank and past DBA chair- man; John W. Scheflen, group ex- ecutive, MBNA America Bank; John R. Schroeder, vice president, Baltimore Trust Co,; Keith W. Peter A. Horty, president and Compata irt Wilmington, wag elected and installed as chairman oP the Delaware lankers Assoc;a lion (DBA), May 13, at the DBA's 109th annual meeting in Wilming- ton. In his capacity as president of Commonwealth Trust, Horty lec- tures extensively on the Delaware Dynasty Trust, the Delaware As- set Protection Trusts and estate and succession planning. He is a graduate of LaSaUe Uni- versity and holds a bachelor of science degree in accounting. He is also a certified public account- ant with permits to practice in Delaware and Pennsylvania. Horty is a member of the Philadelphia Estate Planning Council, the Delaware Estate Planning Council, the American and Pennsylvania Institutes of Certified Public Accountants, the Delaware Society of Certified Public Accountants and the Insti- tute of Management Accountants. He has served on numerous chari- table board and is a past member of the board of directors of the Rotary Club of Wilmington. He has also been active in variy _ Schuck, senior vice president, JP Long & Foster names April's Cape Region top producers Long & Foster Real Estate Inc. recently announced its top producers for the month of April. Ethel Lewis, manager of the Milton, Rehoboth Beach and Seaford offices, announced Nora Martin of the Milton office as the top produc- er, top lister, top seller and the agent with the most new listings with a sales Volume of $652,000. Mary Lou Elrod of the Rehoboth office was the top producer with a sales volume of $2,275,000; Dave Wilson was the top lister; Robin Palumbo sas the top seller; and Cindy Daniel, Trena Kelly, The Team of Kathy McGuiness and Angle Watkins and Robin Palumbo were the agents with the most new listings. Bonnie Fox of the Seaford office was the top producer with a sales volume of $219,800; and Judy Dean was the top lister, top seller and the agent with the most new listings. Bethany Beach office Manager Marie Cahill announced Leslie Kopp was the top producer and the top lister in her office. Kopp had a sales volume of $6,204,900. Marjie Eckerd was the top seller, and Martha Lowe was the agent with the most new listings. Debi Fenimore The Beach is my Business/+ Call me about our exciting new projects including the Tides, Five Points, Villas at Bay Crossing and more! OCEAN ATLANTIC A G E N C Morgan Chase; and Connie Bond Whom participated in the ges to ...... , ,I ........................... - ....................... Bank. The DBA announced the win- ner ol e it ey to lLnaneal +,,c._ cess Scholarship award At the an- nuat dinner. The winners were Amanda ROyllold, a 11iOl LI,t 5111xII High School, and Anthony Swierbinski, a senior at Caesar Rodney High School, both of at 17 Delaware high schools this year. was developed in partnership with the University' of Delaware's Cen- ter [0r Economic Education and vice of Maryland and Delaware. I with 19 banks and trust compa- nies, the Delaware ]ankers ASSO- ation that represents 3/5 fi/la/lcial institutions chartered to do bank- ing business in the state 0f Bankers Association, Federal Re- Additional information about serve Bank of Philadelphia and the association is available at Consumer Credit Counseling Ser- www.debankers.com. E-mail: rehoboth @coldwellbankermove.com Congratulations To Our:0000 May 2004 Super Stars!