Long & Foster Strawberry Street Sales Collects Bookbags/School Supplies for Local Low-Income Children

August 30, 2019
Members of the Strawberry Street office participate in the bookbag drive
Members of the Strawberry Street office participate in the bookbag drive

Susan Cullen, an agent at the Long & Foster Strawberry Street Sales office, has spearheaded the collection of 10 bookbags filled with school supplies for CrossOver Healthcare Ministry’s bookbag drive for donation to local low-income children.

Founded in 1983, CrossOver Healthcare Ministry provides high quality healthcare services to more than 6,500 individuals each year at its two locations.  CrossOver Healthcare Ministry is called to provide high quality healthcare, promote wellness, and connect community talents and resources with people in need.

This year, Cullen celebrated her 20th anniversary as a sales associate with Long & Foster.

“Susan is a wonderful agent, and quite an amazing person, said John VanderSyde, managing broker of the Strawberry Street sales office.  “I rarely have the privilege of meeting people who continually share their light by wanting only what is best for those with whom they are present. Imagine the pleasure of being able to work with this type of person every day. She is positive, uplifting, kind, and exceedingly competent; as a teacher in her first career, it’s no wonder that all of us at Strawberry Street learn from Susan each day. I’m certain twenty years of her clients can also attest to her positive demeanor, exemplary professionalism, and extensive knowledge in real estate. We are fortunate to have Susan in our office.”

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