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Judy Buck, GRI, REALTOR with RE/MAX Landmark, attended the NCAR Convention in October in Hilton Head, S.C.

She participated in the workshops and seminars offered on legal and other areas of the real estate profession.

Attorneys Cheryl K. David and Nancy P. Quinn have formed the partnership of David & Quinn and are now practicing law at 210 W. Friendly Ave.David and Quinn previously practiced law with the firm of Egerton, Quinn & David.

United Parcel Service recently honored a number of employees for safety and years of service.

Kenneth L. Turner was honored Oct. 12 for completing 20 years of service with the company. Turner, a package car driver with UPS in Greensboro, began his career as a driver in 1972.

Ronald M. Gay was honored Oct. 16 for completing 20 years of service with the company. Gay, a feeder driver with UPS in Greensboro, began his career as a loader/unloader in 1972.

Arthur H. Daniels was honored Oct. 16 for completing 20 years of service with the company. Daniels, a feeder driver with UPS in Greensboro, began his career as a package car driver in 1972.

Allen Keith Bennett, a tractor-trailer driver, was recently recognized for completing five years of driving without an accident. Bennett works out of the facility located at 3100 Flagstone Drive.

Donald H. Nance Jr., a tractor-trailer driver, was recently recognized for completing 15 years of driving without an accident. Nance works out of the facility located at 3100 Flagstone Drive.

Patricia Trippe of Godwin Insurance Agency has been promoted to account executive.

She is responsible for sales of new business accounts. She has been with the agency since 1988 in a customer service position.

Jane R. Rosen-Grandon, certified marital and family therapist, recently attended the 50th annual convention of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy held in Miami Beach, Fla.

Rosen-Grandon serves as the state secretary for the North Carolina Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, and is in private practice in Greensboro.

Joyce Richman, a Greensboro career consultant in private practice, was recently the principal speaker at the American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists' Piedmont Section Fall Meeting, where she conducted a Myers-Briggs Workshop. The meeting was held in Charlotte.

The purpose of the workshop was to identify and reinforce individual behavioral strengths and to develop strategies for overcoming weaknesses. The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator is the most widely used personality preference instrument in business and industry today.

Gerard M. Chapman, a partner with Stern, Graham & Klepfer of Greensboro, recently gave a presentation to the National Association of College and University Attorneys in Washington. Chapman delivered the presentation at NACUA's Annual Workshop on International Issues. He spoke on employment-based visa options available to foreign nationals who wish to become permanent residents of the United States.

Jim Barber, the Greensboro representative for the financial services firm of Edward D. Jones & Co., was one of the firm's top investment representatives during a trip to its St. Louis headquarters Nov. 5-7.

Each year, the top seven percent of the firm's representatives are selected to attend the three-day meeting, during which they meet with the firm's top management. During the meeting, they are called upon to consider the firm's long-term direction and recommend action on its future. This is the fourth consecutive year Barber has attended the event.

Linda D. ``Lin' Ford, a Telecommunicator II with the Greensboro Police Department, retired Nov. 1 with 14 years of service. She was transferred to the Communications Operations Division July 1, 1983, when the City of Greensboro's Communications Operations Department became a division of the police department.

Greensboro Police attorney Maurice A. Cawn was presented a service award for outstanding and dedicated service as an instructor for the North Carolina Internal Affairs Investigators Association. The award was presented Oct. 26 by Lt. M.A. Lojko Jr., NCIAIA president.

Patty Hill, Gloria Muir and Harold Parker of RE/MAX Landmark Realty recently attended a seminar in Charlotte sponsored by RE/MAX of the Carolinas. Danny Hooper of Danny Hooper Realty in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, led the seminar dealing with successful listing and marketing of real estate. He is a member of the RE/MAX Hall of Fame (more than $1 million in commissions earned).

Gloria Muir, a Greensboro Realtor, has been awarded the Certified Residential Specialist designation by the Residential Sales Council of the Realtors National Marketing Institute, an affiliate of the National Association of Realtors.

The CRS designation was awarded to Muir at the annual meeting of the Residential Sales Council recently held in Hawaii. Those receiving the designation must demonstrate specific expertise in applied residential real estate marketing. Less than two percent of all Realtors hold this designation.

Muir is a broker associate with RE/MAX Landmark and an active member of the Greater Greensboro Regional Realtors Association.

Epes Carriers of Greensboro recently named recipients of the Knights of the Highway Awards among its trucking subsidiaries.

At Epes Transport, William Banes was recognized for assisting a disabled driver and vehicle at the scene of an accident in Champaign, Ill. William Allen was honored for handling his truck in a professional manner to help other motorists avoid hitting two deer crossing a highway. Danny Miller was recognized for helping three women in distress on I-40 near Kernersville.

At Thomas Transport, Lindsey Justus and Donald Schweitzer were recognized for assisting a truck driver with an apparent heart attack and getting him air-lifted to a hospital. The two were credited with saving the man's life.

At Texas Star Express, Roger Cowart was honored for assisting a woman in distress on an interstate in Indiana. J.C. Smith III was recognized for being totally committed to his family and his job. David Staples was honored for assisting a woman in distress on I-57 in Illinois.

The award is presented to drivers who perform above and beyond the call of duty and thereby advance the image of the professional truck driver.

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