Marshall and Hartley join boutique Charleston area brokerage; Carolina One brings on associates in Metro North office

Sis Marshall

A local realty has brought on longtime associates Sis Marshall and Lisa Hartley.

Headquartered in the Charleston area, dunes properties secured Marshall for The Real Estate Studio at 214 King St. Hartley joined the Mount Pleasant team, which works from the 1400 Palm Blvd. office in Isle of Palms.

Originally from Orlando, Hartley received her undergraduate degree from Auburn University and a master’s degree in child psychology from University of Memphis. In 2002, she moved to Mount Pleasant from Atlanta. She lives in Mount Pleasant with her husband, Bluetowne computer consulting company president Eric Hartley, and three children.

Hartley — a natural health buff — enjoys traveling, swimming in the ocean and volunteering at her kids’ schools, dunes properties says.

She became a Realtor in 2011 “to help others find their own little piece of Lowcountry heaven,” the agency says. Call 843-906-1800 or email lhartley@dunesproperties.com.

Marshall, a Realtor, carries deep roots in Charleston and “a real passion for helping people discover their perfect Lowcountry home,” dunes properties says.

After retiring as a regional director for BellSouth in 2001, she embarked on a real estate career. Her experience with BellSouth gives her a wide knowledge of the Charleston area and a network of personal and business contacts, the company says.

Marshall is intimately familiar with downtown neighborhoods, having lived in Ansonborough and now Wagener Terrace. “She loves getting to know people and is energized by helping them. She listens, understands, and pays attention to the details that matter to her clients. Her motto is ‘Real Results for Real People.’ ” Contact her at 843-813-0067 or at smarshall@dunesproperties.com.

dunes properties of Charleston regards itself as a boutique real estate, vacation rental and property management company serving the Lowcountry since 1989. Its offices are in downtown Charleston, Folly Beach, Isle of Palms and Kiawah/Seabrook. Go to www.dunesproperties.com.

Linda Sue D’Angelo, Darrin Hutchinson, Abrina Dionne Simmons, Bradley R. Sullivan and Jeff Wolcott recently signed on as agents with Carolina One at the Crowfield Boulevard office in Goose Creek.

A native of Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, D’Angelo has held her real estate license since 2002 and previously worked with Carolina One Real Estate from 2010 to 2012. She graduated from the University of South Florida with a degree in hotel and restaurant management and worked in the food and beverage industry. D’Angelo also is a member of the National Association of Professional Women.

Hutchinson, a lifelong Summerville area resident, owned and operated a convenience store and fuel station there and previously worked for General Motors as a quality control engineer for 14 years. At Carolina One, Hutchinson will be joining forces with his son, Wren, to form the Hutchinson & Associates real estate team.

Simmons is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Charlotte with degrees in political science and business and finance. Prior to starting her real estate career, she was executive director of Circle of Learning Daycare in North Charleston. Simmons has lived in Charleston for the past 18 years.

A graduate of New Horizons Technical School in Hampton, Virginia, Sullivan counts more than 20 years of experience in construction and the residential and commercial maintenance service industries. His specialties encompass heating, air conditioning and refrigeration services. The Memphis native moved to the Charleston area four years ago and has had a real estate license since 2015.

Wolcott, of Greene, New York, graduated from Rochester Institute of Technology with a bachelor’s degree in marketing and a master’s of business administration in general business. He worked in operations and sales for JB San Filippo and Sons, a private brand supplier of snack foods. Wolcott also was director of marketing for Reynolds Consumer Products, a private brand manufacturer of plastic ware for Costco and Sam’s Club.

Carolina One Real Estate Services sports 11 sales offices, a mortgage division and departments specializing in new homes, relocation, commercial real estate, property management, vacation rentals, title services and insurance.

Visit www.carolinaone.com.

An associate who grew her real estate business “exponentially” the past few years placed her license this summer with Mount Pleasant-based Berkshire Hathaway Carolina Sun.

Sarah Ellen Lacke will be a sales associate in the agency’s new downtown office, where she will be responsible for working with clients on the purchase and sale of residential real estate in the Charleston area.

Lacke is a member of the National Association of Realtors and brings more than three years of real estate experience. The graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill lived in Charlotte before moving to Charleston in 2011.

Prior to working at Carolina Sun, she was an agent with Carolina One Real Estate. While there, “she demonstrated her true passion for real estate by growing her business exponentially in three short years,” the Berkshire Hathaway realty says.

Before starting in real estate, she worked in financial services as a registered sales assistant. Outside of work, Lacke enjoys spending time with her husband, Evan; daughter, Emmons; and dogs, Belle and Riggins. She enjoys practicing yoga, running outside, college football, traveling, local beaches and taking advantage of the city of Charleston’s many attractions.

“Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Carolina Sun is the company that I have been looking for,” she says. “The agent tools are amazing and give agents exactly what they need to excel in this business. I can’t wait to be part of the excitement of the new downtown office. It is going to be a great addition to the downtown market.”

Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Carolina Sun, which is independently owned and operated, became a member of the Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices brokerage, operated by HSF Affiliates LLC, in 2014.

Contact Lacke at 843-607-4330 or sarahellen@bhhssun.com.

Stints at Cartier and Louis Vuitton helped prepare Angela Hanyak for a new role as agent with William Means Real Estate.

The College of Charleston graduate joined renowned French jeweler Cartier in its New York City office, where she worked in fine timepieces, William Means points out. She returned to Charleston in 2013 to pursue her master’s of business administration at the University of South Carolina Darla Moore School of Business, working with Louis Vuitton while completing her international business concentration, the agency says.

“Angela’s education as well as professional experience make her an asset to the clients she assists. Holding herself to the highest standards, she strives to please every client with whom she works,” says Helen Geer, president of William Means.

Hanyak is a member the Charleston Library Society, Cathedral of Saint John the Baptist and the First Catholic Slovak Ladies Association. She is on the board of trustees for the Wil Lou Gray Opportunity School in Columbia and as an adviser to the Zeta Gamma Chapter of Chi Omega fraternity.

“I’ve been very fortunate in my career to travel throughout the country and spend time living in major metropolitan areas like Los Angeles and New York City,” Hanyak says. “That exposure to so many regional personalities and customs gave me a deep appreciation for the uniqueness of each individual I meet,” she says. “I relish engrossing conversations, and love to discover new and unique ways to surprise and delight my clients.”

Formed 83 years ago, William Means Real Estate has offices on Broad Street in downtown Charleston and in Mount Pleasant. Go to www.charlestonrealestate.com.

A custom home builder and financial services pro has joined a national company’s office based east of the Cooper.

Kevin M. Crane recently teamed up with Berkshire Hathaway Carolina Sun Real Estate. He spent the last several years helping residents buy and sell their homes all across the Charleston area, “representing clients in a multitude of transactions,” according to Carolina Sun.

Crane brings a joint background in financial services and custom home building, thereby offering “a unique pairing of skills to clients,” the agency says. He holds a bachelor’s degree from Eastern Connecticut State University.

Contact him at 203-470-5806 or Kevin.crane@bhhssun.com.

Reach Jim Parker at 843-937-5542 or jparker@postandcourier.com.