Grand opening

Pacific Union Real Estate agents and officers pose with representatives of 11 community groups, each of which received a donation of $5,000 from the company at the ribbon-cutting for the new Pacific Union office at 1706 El Camino Real, Suite 200, in Menlo Park.

In the photo (taken at the new office by Moanalani Jeffrey) are, from left and from top to bottom: Kristin Cashin, Shane Stent, Doyle Rundell; Elyse Barca, Edward Sweeney, Jennifer Witte, Maya Sewald; Carol McCorkle, Dave Higaki, Jason Sewald; Laura Pitchford, Tom LeMeuix; Natalie de St. Andrieu, Calla Griffith; Katharine Carroll, Barbara Kalt, Deanna Tarr, Jennifer Pollock; and on the bottom row, Kris Jensen, Gloria Kennett, Carolyn Rianda, Ginna Lazar, David Barca, Amy Sung and Aimee Johnson.


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