• Four agents with Century 21 A Low Country Realty have been recognized for their commitment to excellence and client satisfaction.
Mary Hiers has been named a Centurion Award Winner, Century 21’s highest honor, awarded for exceptional sales and service. An island resident since 1979, Hiers found her passion for real estate in 2004. The former educator and business person worked with her husband, Johnny, for many years before he retired.
Deanna “Dee” Gramoy also was named a Centurion Award Winner, the second time she has achieved the honor. An islander for 25 years now, she can’t imagine living anywhere else. Gramoy is the broker in charge and owner of Century 21 A Low Country Realty.
Ivan Lazovic received the Masters Ruby Award for outstanding production as well as the Quality Service Award for excellence in client satisfaction. Lazovic grew up on Hilton Head and graduated from the College of Charleston with a double major in psychology and biology. He joined the corporate world with Verizon Business Sales before deciding to move back home and pursue a career in real estate.
Susan Asnip also is a Masters Ruby Award winner for outstanding production. Asnip and her husband, Bill, started Century 21 A Low Country Realty more than 35 years ago. Without their commitment to client relations and outstanding service this company would not have excelled the way it has.
Century 21 A Low Country Realty is located at 40 Folly Field Road on Hilton Head Island.
Lili Coleman of Hilton Head Island has been appointed the interim part-time executive director for Meals on Wheels of Bluffton and Hilton Head.
In the coming months, the new leadership team, which includes Coleman and board executive members, will establish organizational-wide goals, working with the two current staff members, and the other board members.
Formerly the executive director for Bluffton Self Help and Second Helpings, Coleman has experience in nonprofit and retail marketing, corporate communication and public relations.
Meals on Wheels Bluffton-Hilton Head, a United Way agency, relies on the dedication of volunteers to deliver a hot, nutritious meal every weekday, 52 weeks a year, even on holidays.
For more information, visit lowcountrymow.org.
• Tami Bream has been appointed as president of Equity Payment, a merchant processing company. Bream previously served as vice president and chief operating officer and will keep the title of COO.
An experienced leader in business, service, and fundraising, Bream has been an integral part of Equity Payment since 2006, when CEO Harry Morales started the company.
Bream graduated from Mount Saint Mary’s University in 1985 and worked in finance and human resources before joining Equity Payment. She also served as executive director for Angel Flight East, responsible for the operations of the nonprofit.
For more information, visit equitypayment.com.