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Karen Schneider Honored with Service Award

Tuesday, February 19, 2013 • 12:03pm

Georgetown University honored Karen Schneider, President of Lois Schneider Realtor, for her leadership and volunteer support of the University at an awards banquet on February 8th, 2013. The William Gaston Alumni Award, which recognizes outstanding service by a graduate, is given to five alumni annually from a pool of more than 160,000 graduates.

Schneider graduated from Georgetown University in 1976, worked as a nurse for several years, later attended law school, and worked as an attorney in Washington, DC. She has lectured at Georgetown on legal and ethical issues in nursing, been an alumni interviewer, serves as vice president of events for the Hoya Hoop Club, chaired galas and fundraising activities, and currently serves on Georgetown University Alumni Association's Board of Governors.

"I am truly honored to be recognized for serving an institution I love," said Schneider. "The service ethic has always been a part of my life, instilled in me by my mother, and I'm proud to say ingrained in the culture of Lois Schneider Realtor."

 

Lois Schneider Realtor is a premier real estate agency based in Summit, NJ, that specializes in listing and marketing the fine homes in the area. Our highly qualified sales associates, along with the assistants and support staff, are proud to serve the exceptional communities along the Midtown Direct train line to Manhattan: Summit, Millburn-Short Hills, the Chathams, Madison, New Providence and Berkeley Heights, as well as other parts of Union, Essex, Morris and Somerset counties that are within easy commuting distance of New York City.  Visit us online at www.loisschneiderrealtor.com
 

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