Volunteer craftsmen sought for Senior Home Repair...


Volunteer craftsmen sought for Senior Home Repair Day

Comprehensive Housing Assistance Inc. is seeking professional contractors and craftsmen to provide minor home repairs and maintenance for its eighth annual Senior Home Repair Day May 18.

On Senior Home Repair Day, CHAI volunteers work on the homes of elderly and physically challenged homeowners with limited incomes. Last year 32 homeowners received approximately $10,000 worth of repairs and improvements.

Plumbers, electricians, roofers, carpenters, brick masons and cement workers are among the workers needed this year. Volunteers can call 410-466-1990.

Local companies that participated last year included Beleck Remodeling, Bell Mechanical, Bode Floors, C&S; Ornamental, Griffin Electric, Housewright Company, Rosinsky Plumbing & Electric, and Zentz Contracting.

CHAI is the housing and community development agency of The Associated Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore.

Author Bennett to discuss 'Renovating Woman'

Author Allegra Bennett will discuss her new book, "Renovating Woman, A Guide to Home Repair Maintenance and Real Men," at 3 p.m. Saturday at Bibelot, 1819 Reisterstown Road in Pikesville.

A former Sun reporter turned "handywoman," Bennett promises to "help women realize that men do not have a secret repair gene and that they can do home repairs as well as, or better than men if they learn how."

Bennett, who says she was once a "home-repair ignoramus" claims any woman (or man) can experience the "feeling of accomplishment" that comes with fixing things herself. She will sign copies of her book, which costs $22.

For more information, call Bibelot at 653-6933.

Free home workshop on inspection, maintenance

Inner City Community Development Corp. and the Loading Dock are holding a free workshop on Home Inspection and Maintenance from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday at 2523 Gwynns Falls Parkway.

Workshop topics will include "looking for water damage," "lead paint," and "preventive maintenance." For more information or a reservation, call ICC at 410-225-2601.

News in brief

The Bozzuto Group of Greenbelt said its president, Thomas S. Bozzuto, was recently installed as the 36th president of the Suburban Maryland Building Industry Association, a trade group representing more than 700 building, development and related firms in Calvert, Charles, Montgomery, Prince George's and St. Mary's counties.

Century 21 Diana Realty of Bel Air said Irene Tang, Steve Kuzma and Tricia Howard passed the Maryland Real Estate Broker Course and received their Associate Broker License for the State of Maryland.

Century 21 Anthony-Gavern Realtors said its president, Frank P. Gavern, has been elected to a second term as treasurer of the Century 21 Greater Maryland Brokers Council.

Entrust, the home financing division of the Long Island Savings Bank, presented a 1996 President's Club Loan Originator Award to Dennis Sullivan, manager of its Columbia office. Sullivan placed 108 loans valued at $19.6 million to rank among the top 10 loan originators at Entrust.

First National Mortgage Corp. said Vice President Barbara E. Schmitt was elected chairman of the board at St. Ambrose Housing Aid Center, a nonprofit housing provider. Schmitt is also a board member of the Maryland Mortgage Bankers Association and the Industrial Development Authority of Baltimore. First National Mortgage is a subsidiary of First Maryland Bancorp.

Long & Foster Real Estate Inc. announced the top producers for sales and listings for January in various offices.

In Anne Arundel County: Gail Boesel, Annapolis, $1.3 million; Karen Nye, Downtown Annapolis, $525,000; Michele Sinclair, Crofton; Bill Whitman, Deale, $665,000; Donna Lear, Fort Meade/Odenton, $895,000; Rick Kuhn, Pasadena; Mary Ann Zaruba, Severna Park, $1.5 million.

In Baltimore County: Jack Martin, Catonsville, $595,400; Morgan Amaimo, Fells Point, $345,000; Brian Brinkley, Greenspring, $1.1 million; Pat Hillman, $482,800; Tony Migliaccio, Perry Hall, $1 million; Marc Goldstein and Harriett Wasserman, Pikesville, $1.1 million each; Donn Layne, Roland Park, $272,000; Scott Haupt, Towson, $842,500; Bob Norrell, Timonium, $1.8 million.

In Carroll County: Carol Swinton, Eldersburg, $621,045; Fran Sturgill, Hampstead, $361,800; Cliff Dull, $706,500.

In Harford County: Kathy Goff, Bel Air.

In Howard County: Joan Cochran, Columbia, $1.8 million; Jackie Vaughan, Columbia Brokenland, $1.1 million; Jean Hugh, Ellicott City, $1.3 million.

On the move

Atlantic Builders Group named Eric G. Regelin president and chief executive, and promoted John J. Sadler and Stephen A. Newhouse to directors of business development. Regelin, a principal owner, moves up from executive vice president and chief operating officer. Formerly McCormick Construction Co. before an employee buyout in 1987, Atlantic Builders Group completed 1996 with $57 million in construction contracts.

Century 21 Anthony-Gavern Realtors said Karen N. Nader joined the company as a sales associate. She is a member of the Anne Arundel County Association of Realtors.

Pub Date: 4/13/97

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