FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. --William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty recently hosted a dinner at Brooklawn Country Club in Fairfield to honor its 30 top-producing agents.
The agents included the top 15 sales associates by unit volume and the top 15 associates by sales volume, based on performance in 2013.
Agents were recognized from offices in Fairfield, New Haven and Litchfield Counties.
The top agents by sales volume included number-one agent Margaret Muir of the Madison office; Ridgefield agent Laura Freed Ancona; New Canaan agents Rachel Walsh, Page Growney and Rita Kirby; Darien agents Bruce Baker and Ingrid Hess; Westport agents Vera Ruud and Cyd Hamer; Danbury agents Angelina Valentini and Lorraine Amaral; Essex agents Jane Macy Pfeffer and Jennifer Caulfield; Wilton agent JoAnne Fisher; and Stamford agent Barbara Hickey.
The top agents by unit volume included number-one agent Ed Villeda of Stamford; Danbury agents Lorraine Amaral and Angelina Valentini; Wilton agent Brian Clarke Jr.; Ridgefield agent Laura Freed Ancona; Westport agent Cyd Hamer; Litchfield agent Stephen Drezen; Kent agent Ira Goldspiel; Guilford agent Jules Gaughran-Etes; Stratford agents John Rose, Kathy Connery and Ken Caserta; Stamford agent Barbara Hickey; Southport/Fairfield agent Tony Coelho; and Madison agent Margaret Muir.
“While our firm is renowned for our sophisticated marketing and the powerful reach of our global affiliate network, we could not soar to the heights of success we have attained without the work ethic and expert knowledge of our sales professionals,” said President and CEO of William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty Paul Breunich, who acted as the host for the evening celebration. “These agents bring a relentless dedication to integrity, hard work and exceptional service, and I am proud of their accomplishments.”
- 1 Snow Could Be Returning To Weston, Easton, Redding
- 2 Pedestrian Struck, Killed By Train At Fairfield Station
- 3 Weston, Easton, Redding Could Could See Another Round Of Snow
- 4 Snow Could Return To Weston, Easton, Redding For Monday Morning Commute
- 5 Suspect In Custody In Shooting Death Of Bridgeport Construction Worker