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40 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21- MONDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 2014 BUSINESS & REAL ESTATE cape Gazette II Ba Coldwell Banker Resort Realty announces the firm's top produc- ers for the month of October. For the Rehoboth branch, the top listing agent was Dennis Barnes. The top selling agent was Skip Faust. The top overall agent was Linda Book. For the Lewes branch, the top listing agent was ]oanie Hannigan. The top sell- ing agent was Steve Newman. The top overall agent was Kathy DeGrange. Barnes, a licensed realtor for over 10 years, specializes in all types of commercial real estate in- cluding land development. Barnes is an active mem- ber of the Sons of American Dennis Barnes Legion Post 28 and the Knights of Columbus. He also spends time as a men- tor to the youth of St. Edmond's Church in their annual quest to assist Habitat for Humanity. Faust, a licensed realtor since 1986, is a Lewes native. He has been rec- ognized as Delaware's No. 1 agent for the Coldwell Banker Brand for 18 consecu- tive years and is a member of the President's International Skip Faust Gold Circle, ranking him within the top 5 percent of all Coldwell Banker sales associates interna- tionally. He is actively involved as a coach and mentor with both Lewes Little League and Henlo- pen Soccer Club. Book, an Accredited Buyers' Representa- tive, has been a licensed real- tor since 1984. She loves help- ing clients find the home of their dreams. Book has been recognized for her sales ac- Linda Book complishments by being a member of the Cold- well Banker's President's Circle Realtor to offer basics of turkey carving Nov. 22 near Lewes Local Realtor Andy Meddick concept prior to Thanksgiving, of Keller Williams at the Beach as the idea of carving a turkey is casting a new twist on the can be scary to many. Come this traditional open house. While Saturday, Nov. 22, 11:30 a.m. to showcasing an elegant home in 1:30 p.m., at 17223 Shiraz Lane Nassau Grove in Lewes, Meddick in Nassau Grove, Lewes. Learn is partnering with a surprise chef to carve a turkey and preview a from a local restaurant. Visitors home which is clearly Coastal will learn the basics of turkey Elegance. carving, have a chance to win a Meddick can be reached at turkey and have an opportunity Keller Williams at the Beach, to have a turkey slider. Meddick 302-360-0300 or by cell, 302-381- is excited to have fun with this 6182. ons. Stephen Ellis Cindy Szabo Real Estate Settlements - Residential and Commercial Estate Planning and Estate Administration Business Formations and Strategic Planning Corporate Transactions and Commercial Contracts Brian Ellis ELLIS for many years. Hannigan relocated from PennsylVa- nia in 2002. She helped start her fam- ily business, Serendip- ity Restaurant. Hannigan has Joanie Hannigan been licensed since 2007 and has been with the Lewes office since 2009. She is a founding charter member of the Sussex County Chapter of the Women's Council of Realtors and is the current 2014 chapter governor. Newman joined Coldwell Banker Resort Realty in No- vember 2012. Since then he has been the recipient of several awards. He has served in the U.S. mil- itary for over 35 years and Steve Newman specializes in helping veterans find and sell homes. In his spare time, Newman is actively in- volved in coaching Little League. DeGrange, a licensed realtor since 1987, currently holds Mary- land and Delaware real estate licenses. She is involved in Read Aloud Delaware and the Village Improvement Association. Barnes, Faust, Book, Hannigan, Newman and DeGrange are all members of the Sussex County As- sociation of Realtors, the Delaware As- sociation of Realtors and the National KathyOeGrange Association of Realtors. 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