Carolina One welcomes new associates

  • Friday, January 24, 2014

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Cal Griffin, Linda Masullo and Willona Torres have been welcomed to the Summerville Main Street office of Carolina One Real Estate.

Griffin was born in Columbia, but spent most of his life in Walterboro. He attended the University of South Carolina and has been a Realtor for the past eight years. Among his many accomplishments, Griffin was named a Realtor of Distinction in 2007. Griffin is a Resort and Second Home Specialist (RSPS), a Short Sales and Foreclosure Resource (SFR), a NAR e-PRO and is RESNET Certified.

Together with his wife Prissy, Griffin has owned and operated Griffin Jewelers, MoonShine Outfitters and Griffin Trophies & Awards, all in Walterboro. He enjoys learning and mastering business as well as reading and travelling. Linda Masullo was born in Richmond, VA and has lived in Charleston for a year. She is a graduate of George Mason University with a Bachelorís degree in Philosophy and a Masterís degree in Interdisciplinary Studies and Bioethics. Masullo previously worked for Northrup Grumman Corporation in Philadelphia, PA. She currently lives in Summerville with her husband Pete and their three children ages 8 to 19.

Willona Torres is originally from Kingstree, and has lived in Charleston for the past three years. Torres spent five years as a Corpsman in the Navy and remains a member of the Naval Reserve. She lives in Summerville with husband Victor and their three children. She enjoys cooking, target shooting and riding her Suzuki motorcycle.

Visit www.carolinaone.com.

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