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VOL. 115 | NO. 88 | Tuesday, May 8, 2001

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Crye-Leike recently recognized five sales associates and staff for their 20 years of service to the company Crye-Leike recently recognized five sales associates for their 20 years of service to the company. They are: Steve Brown, vice president and general manager of residential real estate for the Memphis region; Charles Callis, vice president and broker specializing in church property; Sara Flowers, affiliate broker with Crye-Leikes Bartlett office; Bob Johns, affiliate broker in the Quail Hollow office; and J. Robert "Bob" Pruitt, affiliate broker in the Germantown-Poplar branch office. The Institute of Real Estate Management, Chapter 20, will have a luncheon meeting at noon May 17 at the East Memphis Hilton, 5069 Sanderlin Ave. Carter Gray will speak about the "Update on Transportation Improvement Plan Three-Year Plan." Call 377-5736, for more information. The National Association of Women in Construction will meet at 6:30 p.m. May 15 at Andertons restaurant, 1901 Madison Ave. Dinner is $15. For reservations, contact Beverly Wade at 683-8310. Mark Bartlett has been named national sales manager of AEP-Span, a leading manufacturer of architectural metal roof systems. Bartlett replaces John Payne who was recently appointed general manager of AEP-Span. Bartlett will be responsible for all sales aspects including architectural products and retrofit systems. Crye-Leike Commercial of Memphis announced its top six commercial brokers for 2000. Bud Worsham ranked as its top producer, followed by Charles Callis, Garry Maness, Cherie Ganesh, Mack Browder and Tucker Beck. In recognition of its 100th anniversary and National Electrical Safety Month, the National Electrical Contractors Association is providing area hospitals with free electrical safety kits for parents of babies born in May. Local maternity wards will distribute an estimated 2000 outlet safety kits during the month-long Born for Safety program, said Jonathan Scurlock, executive director of the Memphis NECA. Each kit contains a dozen electrical outlet safety caps along with general electrical safety and home protection tips.

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RECORD TOTALS DAY WEEK YEAR
PROPERTY SALES 105 105 9,674
MORTGAGES 82 82 11,396
FORECLOSURE NOTICES 17 17 1,651
BUILDING PERMITS 134 134 20,444
BANKRUPTCIES 58 58 6,495
BUSINESS LICENSES 27 27 3,473
UTILITY CONNECTIONS 48 48 4,031
MARRIAGE LICENSES 32 32 2,211

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