Prime Real Estate Group recently announced two new additions to its growing list of real estate brokers: STEPHANIE FELTNER and AMY ROBINSON. They join Sue McCune, Jana Boggess,
Rolynn Ramirez and Eric Wolfe, who was recently recognized as Putnam County’s No. 1 broker for the third year in a row.
Feltner is an experienced broker transferring from a Plainfield brokerage. She specializes in working with residential buyers and sellers, as well as property management for landlord clients.
She, her husband Doug and their children reside near Fillmore. A native of Clinton County, her service area spans all the way from Tippecanoe County to Putnam County. With her past experience as a military spouse, she especially enjoys working with veterans and their families, and she understands the complexities in relocating families in and out of Indiana.
Feltner earned an associate’s degree from Ivy Tech Community College.
Robinson, a Greencastle resident for the past 25 years and long-time local art teacher, brings her creative experience and vision to helping buyers find the right property for their unique needs. She serves the community in various capacities with local boards and volunteer work and through her service as a teacher.
Robinson earned a fine arts degree from Herron School of Art and Design (IUPUI) and her master’s degree from Indiana University. Her passion for art and design, attention to detail, and experience as a patient and knowledgeable guide in the classroom are qualities that Robinson brings to her work as a real estate professional.
“After nearly 15 years of teaching, I know that success comes from caring about others and building on that by being attentive, knowledgeable, hardworking and fair,” Robinson said.
Amy and her husband Tad, a musician who performs both locally and internationally, are the parents of two grown sons and the doting owners of pugs Leo and Louise.
“Both Amy and Stephanie are great additions to Prime Real Estate Group because of their experiences, professionalism and dedication to helping others,” says Eric Wolfe, owner and managing broker. “I’m proud to have them with us and encourage anyone in the community looking for a great broker to give them a call.”
Prime Real Estate Group is an independently-owned and operated real estate firm specializing in residential sales serving both buyers and sellers in Central Indiana. Prime Real Estate Group also sells farms, lots, light commercial, and works with builders and buyers on new construction.
DePauw University recently announced its fall 2019 dean’s list, which recognizes students who achieve a semester grade-point average of 3.5 or higher on a 4.0 scale.
Local students who earned the honor include ABEL BATES, JARRETT CURRAN and TRINITY RAIRDON of Cloverdale; DAVID FLANNELLY of Coatesville; and LIAM GUINEE, MEGAN HALTOM, JONAH JONES-STEVENS, AIDAN LeBLANC, ISABEL MARKHAM, BAILEE SHUEE and ZACHARY WILKERSON of Greencastle.
KATHY WILLER of Greencastle is a new member of the American Angus Association.
The American Angus Association, with more than 25,000 active adult and junior members, is the largest beef breed association in the world. Its computerized records include detailed information on more than 19 million registered Angus.
More than 750 students were named to the fall 2019 dean’s list at the University of Evansville.
Local students who made the list included ABIGAIL SCHUBERT of Coatesville, a junior majoring in chemistry - professional, and CORINNE BUCHANAN of Greencastle, a sophomore majoring in public health.
To merit the honor of being placed on the dean’s list each semester, a student must have carried a full academic load of 12 hours or more and have earned a grade-point average of 3.5 or above.
Anderson University has announced its dean’s list for the fall semester of the 2019-2020 academic year.
Local resident CHASE MUNDY and KENLEE JOHNSON are among the students who are beingrecognized for their outstanding academic achievement.
Mundy is a senior studying mathematics - finance.
Johnson is a senior studying nursing.
To be named to the dean’s list, a student must earn a semester grade-point average of 3.5 or higher on a scale of 4.0.