The Tribune Democrat, Johnstown, PA


April 5, 2014

BUSINESS PEOPLE | Peters recognized for government IT role


— Prestige Realty recognizes employees

Coldwell Banker Prestige Realty has recognized the following employees:

Adam Dugan was named top producing agent for 2013 in total dollar sales. He also received the International President’s Premier Award designation.

Helen Dugan received the International President’s Elite Award designation.

Marty Torledsky, John Bingler, Barry Gehosky and Doug Oakley were recognized for their outstanding sales production and have qualified for the International President’s Circle Award.

Robert Sroka has received the International Sterling Society Award.

Coldwell Banker Prestige Realty has received the Premier Office Award for outstanding sales achievement for the 11th consecutive year.

Salon owner styles for famous designers

Jesse Peles, owner of Peles Salon in Johnstown, recently styled hair for famous fashion designers during New York City Fashionweek.

Fashionweek is held biannually in New York City where top international clothing designers display their upcoming clothing collections on the runways.

Top hairstylists from all around the world travel to New York City to style hair for models walking the runway.

Peles had the opportunity to work with some of the largest names in fashion. He was also featured on E! entertainment TV while working backstage.

Ligonier chamber salutes Fry

Paul Fry has received the 2013 Person of the Year Award from the Ligonier Valley Chamber of Commerce.

Qualifications for the award include being a business or individual member of Ligonier Valley Chamber of Commerce and making a significant contribution to the chamber and the community.

Fry is the director of public works and secretary-treasurer of Ligonier Borough. He serves as vice president of the Ligonier Valley Rail Road Association, treasurer of the Ligonier Valley Library, treasurer of Fort Ligonier Days Inc., president of Ligonier Valley Cemetery Association and board member of the Loyalhanna Police Association.

His wife, Nancy, is events coordinator of Laurel Valley Golf Club.

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