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41 Millennium - A Marquis Who’s Who Magazine REAL ESTATE BROKER RE/MAX Integrity Redmond, WA VICE PRESIDENT Signature Cabinetry Inc. Westerville, OH Millennium Magazine Featured Listee NONA ADAMS Leveraging more than four decades of collective experience, Nona Adams has cultivated a career of excellence across a wide range of vocational interests. Since 2008, she has operated as a real estate broker for RE/MAX Integrity, a part of RE/MAX LLC, in Redmond, Washington, where she specializes in buying and selling residential and small commercial real estate. Ms. Adams previously served as the owner of Sportswear Factory in Moscow, Russia, from 1985 to 1995 and was a skiing instructor for 42 years. Ms. Adams pursued a formal education at Moscow State University, where she earned a master’s degree in physics and subsequently worked as a teacher for three years. As part of her dedication to her profession in the field of real estate, she remains associated with the National Association of REALTORS. Attributing much of her success to her competitive and disciplined attitude, she is especially proud of her track record of selling approximately 60 homes per year. In the coming years, Ms. Adams hopes to focus more on serving as a strong wife and mother. With nearly two decades of professional experience to his credit, Alan Coffey is a distinguished expert in the field of cabinetry. Since 2018, he has operated as the vice president of Signature Cabinetry Inc., having originally joined the company in 2007 in a sales position. Over the course of his career, he has specialized in selling custom cabinets for clients within the residential sector. Mr. Coffey originally began his career as a carpenter coordinator at Showe Builders Inc. As part of his dedication to his profession, Mr. Coffey remains affiliated with the Building Industry Association, who previously recognized him with several accolades for his distinguished performance in the industry. Adjacent to his primary vocational duties, he is also well regarded for his commitment to civic advocacy, regularly volunteering with the St. Baldrick’s Foundation and the American Heart Association. In light of his fulfilling career, Mr. Coffey attributes much of his success to his dedicated work ethic. In the coming years, he expects he will ease into a well-deserved retirement and hopes to leave Signature Cabinetry better than when he first joined the company. ALAN COFFEY ARCHITECTURE, CONSTRUCTION AND REAL ESTATE