Businesses featured this week: Prudential Homesale Services Group, RSR Realtors
Lemoyne-based RSR Realtors named Melissa Watson sales manager. She has more than 11 years of real estate experience, most recently with Long & Foster Real Estate Inc. in Maryland. She will oversee the sales team and coordinate training.
Prudential Homesale Services Group of Manor Township named Karen Mae Gerber a residential sales associate with its Ephrata office. Liz Alley and Pamela Shaud were named residential associates with the North Pointe office. Alley was a radio host and has a BS in design. Remi Briand, Kurt Dock and Jacqueline Rizzo were named residential associates with the Centerville office. Briand is a commercial inspector and general contractor, as well as a five-year veteran of the U.S. Coast Guard. Dock is a 24-year veteran of the U.S. Army; Rizzo was an insurance agent with Liberty Mutual in Phoenix, Ariz. Chrystal Dove and Tammy Miller were named residential associates with the Lebanon office. Miller was a manager with the online sales department of Manheim Auto Auction for 10 years. Denise Bononno, Jamiee Brown and Erin Maguire were named residential associates with the Wyomissing office of Prudential Landis Homesale Services. Bononno was a nurse practitioner with Reading School District. She has a bachelor’s degree from De Sales University. Brown was employed with Sears and Boscov’s for 10 years. He has an associate degree in business management from Reading Area Community College. Maguire was an affiliate services coordinator with Habitat for Humanity of Berks County. Linda Ferguson was named a residential sales associate with the Shrewsbury office of Prudential Bob Yost Homesale Services. Tanya Cook was named a residential associate with the Hanover office. She has 19 years of sales experience. Jason Heckert was named a residential associate with the East York office. Camille Kelleher was named a residential associate with the Gettysburg office. She has more than 20 years of experience in sales and customer service. Dan Lamp and Christine Murphy were named settlement officers with HomeSale Settlement Services. Lamp has a BA in English and philosophy from Gettysburg College; Murphy has 15 years of real estate and settlement experience.