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CHERYL WORKMAN has been a REALTOR since 1994 and attained her GRI designation in 1995 and her CRS designation in 2001. She is the 2006-2007 V.P. of the Harrison County Board of Realtors and has previously served on the board of directors. Before her real estate involvement, she worked in banking from 1988 to 1994. Cheryl is married to Gerald Workman, who is retired from Verizon. They are the parents of three children and they have 3 grandchildren. She is a member of the Christian Assembly Church in Nutter Fort where she is active in Ladies' Outreach and Sunday School. Cheryl enjoys traveling and visiting her grandchildren.
Debbie is a Harrison County native and has been a resident of Bridgeport for the past 21 years. She attended Fairmont State University.
Debbie has been active in the local real estate community, currently participating on the Harrison County Association of Realtors Board of Directors.She has two sons, David and Nathanial; and two grandsons, Bobby and William. Debbie is an active member of All Saints Catholic Church.
FRAN CORNELIUS was born and reared in West Virginia and has lived in Bridgeport since 1972. She attended West Virginia Wesleyan College, West Virginia State College, and the University of Charleston studying art and home economics. Fran has been involved with the League of Women Voters for several years and has served on the state board. She has supported education by working to pass bonds and levies. Fran's real estate career started with HOMEFINDERS PLUS in 1994 and continues to grow each year. She has her GRI designation. Fran is married to Douglas Cornelius, an attorney in Clarksburg, and they are the parents of two sons, Alan and Eric. Fran is an avid golfer.
George M. Davis was born and reared in Harrison County, West Virginia and has lived in Bridgeport since 1988. He is a graduate of Fairmont State College and is retired from Allegheny Power. George is married to Lois Davis, who has retired from Verizon in Clarksburg, WV. They are the parents of one son, Phillip, who is a UnitedStates Marine. George is an active member of Simpson Creek Baptist Church and donatestime at the High School concession stand during various events. George enjoys boating, dancing and skiing.
JANET WARNER is a native of West Virginia and has resided at Lake Floyd in Harrison Countysince 1980. She holds a B.A. Degree from Shepherd College and a M.A. degree from Salem Teikyo University and worked as a substitute teacher before enteringthe real estate profession full time in 1993. She earned her GRI designation in1995. Janet enjoys working with people and helping them find desirable housing. In her spare time, Janet enjoys walking, gardening and spending time with her grandchildren and three adult children. Janet is a member of the HarrisonCounty Chamber of Commerce, Salem United Methodist Church and the Lake Floyd Woman's Club. She currently serves on the Chamber of Commerce Education Committee. Janet is, also, a member of the Salem Apple Butter Festival Committee and serves as chairperson of the Sam Warner 5K Run.
Jennifer is a native of Harrison county. She has been a Realtor since 1993. Jennifer is a member of the WV Association of Realtors and the National Association of Realtors with designations of ABR (Associated Buyers Rep) and GRI (Graduate of the Realtors Institution) and is currently working on her CRS designation (Certified Residential Specialist). Jennifer is now serving on the board for the Harrison County Board of Realtors. She is a graduate of Fairmont State College (University) with a degree in Marketing. Jennifer is also a graduate of Leadership Harrison. She is a member of the Harrison County Chamber of Commerce and serves on the Legislative Committee. Jennifer retired from Verizon in 2003. She is a member of the Elk District- Stonewood Lions Club and the Harrison County Landlord’s Association. Jennifer is a member of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church in Stonewood.She shares her life with her partner Charlie Jacobs and their grown children and grandchildren
Jerri is anative of West Virginia, born and reared in the Clarksburg/Bridgeport area. Jerri attended college at Towson University in Maryland, where she received her bachelors degree in psychology. She continued her studies at WVU, where she attained a masters degree in rehabilitation counseling. Jerri moved back to West Virginia in 1998, after living in the Baltimore area. She resides in Clarksburg with her husband, Tim Rodeheaver and their 3 children, Chaz, Sammy,and Bella. Because Jerri grew up in the area, she is very knowledgeable about Harrison County and the real estate market.