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The Corcoran Group Honors Top Performers Of 2019

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Pamela Liebman, Sheri Winter Parker and Ernie Cervi. COURTESY CORCORAN

Pamela Liebman, Sheri Winter Parker and Ernie Cervi. COURTESY CORCORAN

Pamela Liebman, Gary DePersia and Ernie Cervi.

Pamela Liebman, Gary DePersia and Ernie Cervi. COURTESY CORCORAN

Michael Esposito, Pamela Liebman, Debbie Brenneman and Ernie Cervi. COURTESY CORCORAN

Michael Esposito, Pamela Liebman, Debbie Brenneman and Ernie Cervi. COURTESY CORCORAN

Pamela Liebman, Tim Davis and Ernie Cervi. COURTESY CORCORAN

Pamela Liebman, Tim Davis and Ernie Cervi. COURTESY CORCORAN

authorStaff Writer on Feb 28, 2020

The Corcoran Group honored top performing agents and sales teams at its annual East End Awards Ceremony on February 20 at Topping Rose House in Bridgehampton.

More than 100 Corcoran agents and employees attended to celebrate 2019’s accomplishments and look forward to what 2020 will bring. Corcoran President & CEO Pamela Liebman co-hosted with Ernie Cervi, Corcoran’s regional senior vice president for the East End; Gary Malin, chief operating officer; and Michael Sorrentino, regional vice president of Manhattan and Brooklyn.

The Corcoran Top East End Producer of 2019 award was presented to Tim Davis, and the Corcoran Top East End Team of 2019 was The Hamptons Team, composed of Charlie Esposito, Debbie Brenneman, Debbie Loeffler and Michael Esposito.

A top producer was also awarded for each of Corcoran’s East End offices: James Peyton, 2411 Montauk Highway, Bridgehampton; Susan Breitenbach, 1936 Montauk Highway, Bridgehampton; Gary DePersia, East Hampton; Liz Lycke, Montauk; Sheri Winter Parker, North Fork; Mala Sander, Sag Harbor; Gina Surerus, Shelter Island; Geoff Hull, Southampton; and Ashley J. Farrell, Westhampton Beach.

“Our Corcoran agents are simply the best on the East End,” Ms. Liebman said in a statement. “Celebrations like this are a wonderful opportunity to bring focus and recognition to the amazing accomplishments of our Hamptons and North Fork agents in 2019. Included in the highlights achieved in 2019 was Corcoran representing 44 percent of all deals over $10 million in the East End. This is an incredible accomplishment and testament to the extraordinary talents, dedication and incomparable performance of our agents. It is an honor to award the people who make it happen, year in and year out, the leaders of East End sales, Corcoran agents.”

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