Don Lundy, director of Charleston County Emergency Medical Services, received the Warren McBride Award for Lifetime Achievement in EMS from the S.C. EMS Network.
Jim Myrick of Womble Carlyle has been named president-elect of the Charleston County Bar Association for 2014-15.
Katy Kuder, Susan Dixson and Elizabeth Boineau have been elected to the Lowcountry Autism Foundation board of directors.
Pete Harper of Lee & Associates represented the landlord in leasing 2,915 square feet of space at 2270 Ashley Crossing Drive, West Ashley, to Oaktree Medical. The tenant was represented by Tyson Smoak of NAI Earle Furman.
Tradd Varner of Coldwell Banker Commercial Atlantic International represented the tenant, Indigo East Gallery, and the landlord in the leasing 600 square feet of retail space at 10125 Dorchester Road, North Charleston.
Paul Franklin, founder of Franklin Funding Reverse Mortgages, has been named to the national board of directors of the National Aging in Place Council.
John Elliott of Howell & Associates represented the buyer, Global Project Folly Road SW and Phil Rose of Twin Rivers Capital, LLC, represented the seller, Bright Sky LLC, in the $410,000 sale of 823 Folly Road, Charleston.
Sharon Young Ward of Charleston has been named recipient of the 2014 Pro Bono Award from the S.C. Bar.
ADC Engineering of Hanahan has received the 2013 RoofPoint Excellence in Design Award from the Center for Environmental Innovation in Roofing for its work on the Immaculate Conception Church project in Goose Creek.
Robert Pratt of RE/MAX Pro Realty represented the buyer, Tidal Wave Auto Spa of Summerville LLC, in the $1.1 million sale of 1.29 acres at Brickyard Crossing, MountPleasant. Scott Benedict at Carolina One Real Estate represented the seller, Sea Mist IOP Ltd. Partnership.
Edward Robinson of The Beach Co. represented the landlord in leasing 2,000 square feet of medical office space at 5401 Netherby Lane, North Charleston, to Paladina Health. Dick Ward of DTZ Americas represented the tenant.
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