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A WATCHUNG COMMUNICATIONS, INC. PUBLICATION The Westfield Leader and THE TIMES of Scotch Plains - Fanwood Thursday, December 16, 1999 Page 21

CYAN YELLOW MAGENTA BLACK

CRANFORD $450,000 Exceptional Colonial on large lot. Four Bedrooms, 2 full Baths plus a half Bath, Family Room, large Eatin Kitchen and more. WSF8477

MOUNTAINSIDE $499,900 Beautiful brickfront Colonial newly constructed, Large Living Room, Formal Dining Room, and Family Room with fireplace. WSF8256

SCOTCH PLAINS $425,000 Too good to be true. Designed for easy living center hall Colonial. Two years old. Four Bedrooms. Light, bright, lovely. WSF8465

MOUNTAINSIDE $449,900 Colonial on quiet street. Eight rooms, 4 Bedrooms, 2½ Baths, updated Rec Room and Office in basement and more. WSF8324

WESTFIELD $665,000 If the environment matters... you’ll treasure the setting and enjoy this home. Its loaded with amenities, views. WSF8107

WESTFIELD $259,900 Seven room Colonial or 5 rooms with separate entry to quarters for livein. Finished basement, 2 car garage. WSF8380

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free photographs with Santa Claus at its Westfield store on December 5. As part of the Welcome Home to Westfield holiday season promotion, parents who donated two cans of nonperishable foods received a free 5x7 photo of their child with Santa. Over 150 photographs were taken. The canned foods were donated to the Westfield Food Pantry. Pictured with Santa is Greg Gradel, owner of MotoPhoto.

Weichert Associates Win Awards for October Sales

WESTFIELD — James M. Weichert, President, has announced a number of awards for sales associates in Weichert, Realtors’ Westfield office for the month of October.

Lola E. Reed of Cranford, Pat Manfra of Scotch Plains and Sheldon Mizus of Westfield won office awards for outstanding sales during the month.

It is the most recent honor for Ms. Reed, a licensed real estate professiona.

Mr. Manfra is a consistent top producer and a 20year veteran of real estate. He is counted among the top two percent of Weichert’s 7,500 sales associates as a member of the company’s 1 9 9 8 Ambassador’s Club.

His 1998 achievements also earned him membership to Weichert’s Million Dollar Sales and Marketed Clubs and the New Jersey State Million Dollar Club.

Before he joined Weichert, Mr. Manfra was Director of Sales, New Homes and Land Development for another real estate company. A licensed broker, he is a member of the Garden State Multiple Listing

Service. Mr. Mizus is an experienced real estate professional and a member of the Westfield Board of Realtors. Before joining Weichert, he was self employed, managing personal real estate. He also has experience in multimedia communications and public relations.

M a r t h a Schilling has won the office’s top sales award for October.

Ms. Schilling, who has lived in Westfield for more than 20 years, is a li censed real estate professional and

member of the Greater Union County Association of Realtors, Middlesex Board of Realtors and Garden State Multiple Listing Service.

A consistent top producer, Ms. Schilling is a repeat member of the New Jersey State Million Dollar Club and Weichert’s Million Dollar Marketed Club, most recently in 1998.

A licensed real estate professional with 10 years of experience, Ms. Schilling holds the professional designation of Graduate, Realtor Institute, awarded upon completion of advanced training courses on standards and ethics, construction and education, and other real estate topics.

Carole Edzek has won the office’s top listing award for October.

It is the most recent accomplishment for Ms. Edzek, who is a member of the company’s 1998 Ambassador’s Club.

She achieved the silver level in the 1998 New Jersey State Million Dollar Club, awarded for closed transactions exceeding $5 million. She has earned state honors 14 times during her real estate sales career, repeat membership to Weichert’s Million Dollar Sales and Marketed Clubs.

An experienced, allaround real estate professional, Ms. Edzek has special expertise in relocation and new home sales. She is a member of the Westfield Board of Realtors and the Garden State Multiple Listing Service. She is a Past Chairwoman of the Eastern Union County Board of Realtors.

Virg i n i a Hamill, a 22year resident of Westfield, has won the October award for top marketed dollar volume.

With 15 years of experience, including 13 as a broker, Ms. Hamill owned her own real estate company in Westfield for seven years, and managed another local real estate office before joining Weichert.

She is a member of the Garden State Multiple Listing Service and holds the professional designations of Graduate, Realtor Institute and Accredited Buyer Representative.

Recent Home Sales MOUNTAINSIDE

Amerdeo C. Jacovino to E. Dianne Rekow and Van P. Thompson, 476 Summit Road, $325,000.

Martin Tienken to Jenny Y Tam, 311 Garrett Road, $279,900.

SCOTCH PLAINS

Daniel F. Randolph to Robert W. Lapp, Sr. and Barbara E. Lapp, 1967 Parkwood Drive, $289,000.

Thelma I. Calhoun to Mryna Dyson, 300 Hunter Avenue, $130,000.

Bruce I. Barber to Brian T. and Deanna J. Dougherty, 2213 Greenside Place, $236,500.

Michele D. Petrek to Lisa Michelle Tucker, 19 King James Court, $138,500.

Gary Hackerd to Phronise Rhein and Bennarr and Christine Korteling, 2071 Princeton Avenue, $298,000.

Roman Procyk to Pradeep Das and Silpi Das, 2059 Princeton Avenue, $248,500.

Sidney H. Dvorkin to Arturo D. Herscovici and Rosario Herscovici, 1481 Rahway Road, $355,000.

William G. Pilitowski to Tomasz M. and Mary E. Stachowiak, 34 Highlander Road, $410,000.

Salvatore Salzarulo to Kevin and Anna Clancy, 2134 Princeton Avenue, $369,000.

Paul Belford to Craig T. Currie, 2096 Newark Avenue, $240,000.

Diane Napoleone to Melissa Colon, 30 Farm Road, $116,000.

WESTFIELD

Katherine K. Bonamo to Robert J. and Cheryl B. McCormack, 651 Shadowlawn Drive, $625,000.

Robert J. and Cheryl B. McCormack to Shadowlawn 2000, L. L. C., 671 Shadowlawn Drive, $525,500.

Dorothy McCoy to Francis I. Perier, 107 Elmer Street, $175,000.

Glenn W. Mai and Mary L. Byrne to Debra Gelb, 814 Stevens Avenue,

$340,000. Harry E. and Dorothy A. Lupia, Jr. to Gary and Diane M. Odachowski, 925 St. Marks Avenue, $430,000.

William and Margaret Branch to Lottie Wright, 370 South Avenue, East, $59,500.

Stephen Hinel and Cheryl A. Verrier to Robert and Beth Kirsch, 1 Willow Grove Parkway, $367,500.

Robert A. and Susan L. Spass to Shabha Govind and Niraj K. Jha, 10 Floral Court, $605,000.

Alan M. and Arlene Wachstein to Glen and Mindy Goldberger, 32 Manchester Drive, $470,000.

Raymond D. Saggio and Nancy H. Davis to Peter and Malgorzata Magierski, 317 Vernon Place, $191,000.

Ethan and Alice Kramer to Lesley G. Miller, 527 North Chestnut Street, $295,000.

Marilyn Kelly to Julie Lynn Vescovi, 409 North Scotch Plains Avenue, $210,000.

Anna Maria Christina Bracuto to Matthew J. Costello, Gregory Delli Santi and Scott E. West, 619 Downer Street, $141,000.

Ralph J. Scarpellino to George W. and Barbara Canellis, 134 South Euclid Avenue, $500,000.

Lester W. Boehm to Mark A. and Kathryn O’Brien, 435 Tremont Avenue, $710,000.

Vincent A. Galdi to 123 South L. L. C., A New Limited Liability Co., 123 South Avenue, $600,000.

Virginia S. Morbeck to Adam and Nicole Winters, 761 Hyslip Avenue, $387,500.

Laura C. Hauck to Joseph W. and Carolyn M. Swingle, 912 Rahway Avenue, $325,000.

Mark A. and Kathryn A. O’Brien to Kevin H. and Laura E. Smith, 903 Carleton Road, $392,500.

tinue to play a pivotal role in the next millenium for the national security,” Congressman Franks said.

The New Jersey National Guard was mobilized in September during Floyd’s fury. They were called from home and work and were told to drop whatever you’re doing and come to the Westfield Armory. There, they reviewed the situation in Bound Brook and Manville, since the Raritan River had flooded 19 feet over its capacity, according to New Jersey National Guard Major Kevin Haggerty.

“We were called to recover and to assist in the evacuation process and to also offer security during the emergency crisis. It was tough work, but a lot of courage was demonstrated through this difficult recovery,” Major Haggerty said.

The National Guard also assisted in the local shelters in Bound Brook and Manville as residents waited out the storm.

“I was in the shelter translating and trying to calm the people down.

One particular boy stood out in mind from that time. He just turned 13 when I saw him at the shelter. He grabbed my attention, because he was helping everybody. Then I noticed he wasn’t smiling and I asked him why he was sad and he replied that it was his birthday.

“He said that all his mother could give him was a hug and a kiss since his family had lost everything. With some of my workers, we had a cake and balloons donated from the local supermarket and we surprised him,” National Guard Specialist Marysol Carrasquillo said.

The 250th Signal Battalion provides mobile cellular communications for the 42nd Infantry Division. It is a unique unity in New Jersey, with extremely high technological skills required to operate and to maintain the network. The unit is based in Westfield, with subordinate units in Cherry Hills and Flemington and it is commanded by Lieutenant Colonel William Campbell.

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Army Receives Accolades for Efforts Made in September

Lola Reed Pat Manfra

Sheldon Mizus Martha Schilling

Carole Edzek Virginia Hamill

Business News

SUPPORT APPRECIATED… Dan Black, left, of First Night New Jersey and First Night Westfield, joins Cheryl Good, Manager of Community Relations/ Consumer Affairs for Kings Super Markets, to promote First Night, New Jersey’s official New Year’s Eve celebration for the millennium. Kings is supporting First Night Westfield through the sale of buttons in the Garwood store and through a special holiday bag, which includes Governor Christine Todd Whitman’s proclamation and the (800) THEARTS information hot line. In addition, Kings has partnered with NJ Transit to promote this family event and will have free copies of the agency’s Winter Guide available. More information about First Night New Jersey can be found on the Internet at www. jerseyarts. com.

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