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Marblehead Chamber of Commerce welcomes new member

Posted by Christina Jedra  January 15, 2013 10:00 AM

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The following was submitted by the Marblehead Chamber of Commerce: 

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The Marblehead Chamber of Commerce is pleased to welcome new member Ronnie Orris-Northrop. 
 
About Ronnie

Ronnie Orris-Northrop is a proven pro in the North Shore real estate field. A longtime Marblehead resident and 35-year sales agent and Administrative Manager, Ronnie has achieved tops in sales designation and loves her career helping the needs of others and helping Sellers find Buyers. “I came to Conway Country because I wanted to work for a family-owned business that believes in top notch service and community involvement,” said Orris-Northrop. “I have a quote on my Facebook page that says, ‘Honesty is my guiding light. Superior service is my guarantee,’ and I know the Conway Company feels the same.” Ronnie Orris Northrop is a fulltime Realtor and Notary Public. Ronnie is a member of the North Shore Association of Realtors, Mass Association of Realtors, North Shore JCC and works diligently to help the needs of all her customer and clients. Ronnie also received the designation of Certified Social Media Specialist and works with the MD Preferred program helping to locate housing for doctors moving in to the area. A Lynn native and licensed notary public, Orris-Northrop has lived in Marblehead for 36 years. Her late father, Dr. Harry Orris was a well-known North Shore pediatrician and the physician for the Lynn Public Schools. She is an active member of the Jewish Community Center and the Dolphin Yacht Club in Marblehead. She graduated from Lynn English High School, and attended Mount Ida College and the Chandler Business School in Boston. Orris-Northrop has three adult children, David, Shawn and Jennifer, and two grandchildren, Hayden, 8, and Benjamin, 5. Her husband Richard Northrop is a mortgage specialist and the former owner of Capitol Mortgage Co. in Reading. He is currently working at First Priority Credit Union in East Boston, the postal credit union where he originates residential and commercial real estate loans.

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