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Lois Schneider Realtor Announces Four New Sales Associates

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From left. Becky Dwyer Morano, Anna Getzendanner Tinker, Hallee Branin Dangler, and Corinne Taylor
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SUMMIT, NJ - Four new agents -- Becky Dwyer MoranoAnna Getzendanner TinkerHallee Branin Dangler, and Corinne Taylor -- have joined Summit-based Lois Schneider Realtor (LSR).

Dwyer Morano has been an active philanthropist, community leader, and Summit resident for more than 25 years. She has held positions in the equity sales market at various Wall Street securities firms, is on the Board of the Dwyer Family Foundation Inc., the Scholarship Fund for Inner-City Children, and the Connie Dwyer Breast Center.

Dwyer Morano is also on the President’s Advisory Council for Villanova, her alma mater. She has volunteered at Delbarton School and Brayton School, as well as Summit’s middle and high schools.

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Getzendanner Tinker is a Summit school alumni, graduated from Ohio State University, and worked in the environmental field managing internal air quality investigations in New York City. She has been involved in volunteer work at Calvary Episcopal Church, Central Presbyterian Nursery School, Reeves-Reed Arboretum, and the Junior League.

Branin Dangler grew up in Summit and has resided in town for nearly 30 years. A graduate of Middlebury College, she worked for DeVries Global and handled public relations and marketing for Proctor & Gamble's beauty brands.

Real estate is in her family tree, as Roey Dangler, her mother-in-law, is also a LSR agent. She is in her second year on the Board of the Junior League of Summit, and actively volunteers at her children's' schools. She is also involved with Overlook Auxiliary TWIG CH #6 supporting The Valerie Center.

Taylor, a Summit resident for more than 20 years, transitioned into real estate after a career in finance. After receiving an MBA from Columbia University, she worked as a senior-level executive in corporate finance and treasury, and is an active community volunteer for SAGE Eldercare, Family Promise, and the Summit school system.

“We are pleased to announce that these outstanding professionals are joining the Lois Schneider Realtor family. Our company’s continued success is due to the efforts of our dynamic sales team, and we are proud to welcome four new names to the roster of agents who have their finger on the pulse of the community, are market experts, and work countless hours to offer the highest level of service.” said Karen Schneider, President, Lois Schneider Realtor.

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