Biz Bits

GERALD MERRIWEATHER

Award/honor: Named the sales agent of the month for December for Meybohm Realtors’ south Augusta office.

 

CHARLES COOPER

Award/honor: Named the co-listing agent of the month for December for Meybohm Realtors’ south Augusta office.

 

JOHN STEVENS

Award/honor: Named the co-listing agent of the month for December for Meybohm Realtors’ south Augusta office.

 

SHARON ARGUELLO

Award/honor: Named the CSRA Home Connections agent of the month for December from Century 21 Larry Miller Realty.

 

CHRIS BISHOP

Award/honor: Received the McCormick Hospitality Service Award for the fourth quarter of 2012.

Details: Is the kitchen manager at SomeWhere in Augusta.

 

WAYNE FULCHER

Award/honor: Named the top sales agent for December from Weichert, Realtors - Cornerstone.

 

TOM RENARD

Award/honor: Named the top listing agent for December from Weichert, Realtors - Cornerstone.

 

DAVID DEREMER

Award/honor: Named the 2012 Practitioner of the Year by the Georgia Society of Health-System Pharmacists.

Details: He is a Pharmacy Clinical Specialist at the Georgia Regents University Cancer Center.

 

RAYMOND CHADWICK JR.

Award/honor: Named in Best Lawyers in America 2013 based on a peer-review survey for arbitration and mediation.

Details: He is a lawyer at Chadwick Mediation Services LLC.

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