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Somers' Judy Johnson Honored by Chamber of Commerce

Judy Johnson, top row, second from right, is joined by (top row) Annie Gullen, Bobbi Zacchi, Jodie Pollak and Doris Ellias, (bottom row) Diane Arenholz, Hope Mazzola and Angel Marcial. Credits: Shaun Manning
Other real estate professionals celebrating Judy Johnson’s achievement were Tammy Benkwitt and Lois Hanley of Coldwell Banker and Carol Christiansen of Cafe Realty. Credits: Shaun Manning
Chamber Treasurer Jeffery Warminsky and Drs. Jeff and Anita Barr Credits: Shaun Manning
Judy Johnson was joined by her family. From left: her grandson, Benjamin Christgau; Johnson; her granddaughter, Jessica Christgau; her daughter, Dana Boulanger; and her son-in-law, Guy Boulanger. Credits: Brett Freeman
Chamber President Matt Grasso and former Chamber President and last year’s Business Person of the Year, Karen Merritt, presents a plaque to Judy Johnson, naming her the Business Person of the Year. Credits: Brett Freeman

SOMERS, N.Y. - Real estate professional Judy Johnson was named Business Person of the Year at the Somers Chamber of Commerce holiday party on Dec. 8.

Judy Johnson ran her own firm, Judy Johnson Real Estate, for 49 years, and now works as an associate broker out of William Raveis Real Estate in Somers.

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