Business Briefs 04/24/2015

ASC&D additions

Sommer McAllister

Atlantic/Smith,Cropper & Deeley welcomes Sommer McAllister. She joins the ASC&D accounting department and will assist with accounts payable.

McAllister graduated from Delmar High School in 2010 with a major in General Studies.

In her spare time, she enjoys the beach, traveling, crafting and spending time with family.

ASC&D also welcomes David Miller to its benefits department. He is enhancing the Life & Health department as a retirement specialist for Atlantic/Smith, Cropper & Deeley clients.

David Miller

Miller has 25 years of sales experience, was part of the Key Advisors Group and has his Life & Health Licensing designation.

In his spare time, he enjoys golf, theater, acting and comedy. Miller is also a member and trustee at The Buckingham Presbyterian Church in Berlin.

Headquartered in Willards, Atlantic/ Smith, Cropper & Deeley is an independent insurance agency specializing in employer benefits, business and personal insurances.

Vets discount

In a speech given at Tulane University on April 23, 1975, President Gerald Ford announced the Vietnam War was over for America.

Lucky Surf Shop in the Gold Coast Mall on 115th Street is honoring America’s brave men and women who served during that war by offering Vietnam veterans a 40-percent discount on all non-sale items during the 40th anniversary of the end of the United State’s involvement in the Vietnam War, April 23-26.

Identification of service such as commemorative Vietnam service clothing or jewelry, Vietnam Veterans of America membership card, DD214, etc. required.

Discount offered

Touch of Italy is offering a 10-percent discount to all first responders, plus one guest, at its Ocean City Trattoria-Salumeria-Pasticceria location at 6600 Coastal Highway in the Holiday Inn Oceanside. This discount is good on everything, except for alcohol, dine-in or take-out.

Reservations are recommended. Call 302-703-3090.

Sartorio promoted

Michael Sartorio

Area SERVPRO franchise owner Robb Sartorio has announced the promotion of Michael Sartorio to general manager of three Eastern Shore SERVPRO franchises (SERVPRO of the Lower Shore, SERVPRO of Talbot/Dorchester, SERVPRO of the Mid-Upper Shore) covering eight Eastern Shore counties. Michael Sartorio is the son of Robb Sartorio.

Michael Sartorio is a native of Salisbury where he still lives with his wife, Mary and daughter, Caroline. His hobby is golf and spending time with his family.

SERVPRO provides restoration services to home or commercial structures caused by water, fire and smoke damage, disaster, storm and flood damage and mold damage. SERVPRO also provides crime scene and biohazard clean-up services as well as carpet and upholstery cleaning. Emergency services are available 24 hours/seven days a week.

Passed exam

Allison Shockley

Allison L. Shockley, AIA, recently passed the Architectural Registration Examination to become a registered architect. To obtain this registration, an individual must pass seven exams and fulfill education and experience requirements set forth by the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards.

Shockley is a graduate of the University of Maryland with a Master of Architecture. As an architect at Becker Morgan Group, her responsibilities include architectural design, specification and project management. Project experience includes the Ocean City convention center Performing Arts Center, Laurel High School Middle School in Laurel, Del., Delmar Public Library in Delmar, Del., Henson Family YMCA in Salisbury, Snow Hill High School, William F. Cooke, Jr. Elementary School in Hockessin, Del, Ocean City Fire Department Headquarters and numerous projects at Peninsula Regional Medical Center in Salisbury.

Becker Morgan Group provides Architecture & Engineering services with offices in Delaware, Maryland and North Carolina.

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