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Webb named a top seller
for RE/MAX in Kentucky
RE/MAX recognized Barry Webb of RE/MAX Performance Realty in Shelby County as its top performer in the Kentucky region at an awards ceremony in Louisville, KY. Webb placed seventh in sales for Kentucky.
“Barry Webb has been an integral member of our team and has worked hard to achieve this outstanding level of sales,” said Kristian Ruble, broker of RE/MAX Performance Realty. “Worldwide, no one sells more real estate than RE/MAX. Barry Webb represents the best of the best, in sales in 2011.”
Webb, a realtor for 32 years and with RE/MAX for the past seven, recorded 79 total sales transactions.
Hysinger transfers vacant properties
William Hysinger Sr. has transferred ownership of 42 vacant lots in the Reserves at Todds Station development in Simpsonville from one company he owns to another.
The transfer, valued at $752,00 and signed on March 23, shifts control of the lots from Todds Station Reserve LLC to PH Real Estate Inc. Hysinger signed for both companies on the deed. PH Real Estate Inc. lists its address as 101 Buck Creek Road in Simpsonville.
Hysinger’s holdings have come under financial duress in recent months, and he has sold several properties and withdrawn several projects, particularly relative to his ICON group.
2 new employees at APT
Associates in Pediatric Therapy recently announced the hiring of two new speech language pathologists.
Lana Ridge has a bachelor’s degree in speech pathology and audiology from Miami University and a Master of Science in communicative disorders-speech pathology from University of Louisville. She has worked with clients ages 1-63 years old with a wide range of speech therapy needs as well as being able to assist clients in gaining access to and working with communication devices and other assistive technology. Lana and her family live in Louisville.
Megan Hudelson has a bachelor’s degree in communication disorders and a Master of Science in speech pathology from Murray State University. She is completing her clinical fellowship year and will be licensed through the Kentucky Board of Speech Language Pathology and Audiology. She has various pediatric therapy experience including Lourdes Outpatient Rehabilitation, Murray Speech and Hearing Clinic, Head Start program, preschool and student teaching at the elementary level, including working with children with autism, Down Syndrome, cognitive delay, expressive and receptive language disorders, articulation and phonological disorders.
Barnes joins Hair Flair Salon
Cynthia Barnes, previously with Magnolias Salon and Spa, has joined Hair Flair Salon. Barnes is a graduate from PJs College of Cosmetology. She does color, highlights and cuts for women, men and children.
A grand opening celebration will be at 5-8 p.m. Friday at salon at 488 Frankfort Road in Shelbyville. Barnes can be reached for consultation by calling 437-0176.
Bits & bytes
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