The Joplin Globe, Joplin, MO


April 7, 2006


Lukas Furr and Maura Furr sold the property at 404 Cullum Court to Loretta C. Stone. The sale was handled by Lou Ann Cook of Charles Burt Realtors.

Melanie Scacewater sold the property at tract 01 North McCoy Avenue to Richard D. Henry. The sale was handled by Daily Doss of Daily Doss Realty.

Greg Krutsinger sold the property at 5115 Willow to Gregory P. Kirk and Jessica D. Kirk. The sale was handled by Doris Carlin of Pro 100 Inc., Realtors.

Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Grant Lybarger sold the property at 1617 Glenwood, Carthage, to Mr. and Mrs. Milo A. Carter. The sale was handled by Sherry Fury in cooperation with Tami Adams, both of Charles Burt Homefolks, Carthage.

Rod D. Smith and Brenda Smith sold the property at 8407 Norway Road to Jerry Overton and Donna Overton. The sale was handled by Angela Brown Vogel of Charles Burt Realtors in cooperation with Jenna Lynn Otey of Homefinders Realty.

Kenny Shuey sold the property at 5759 Suburban Terrace to John Reynolds. The sale was handled by Sally Nichols of Pro 100 Inc., Realtors, in cooperation with Becky Frakes of Realty Executives of Joplin.

Robert W. Stafford and Julie F. Stafford sold the property at 13420 County Road 270, Webb City, to Juston Mitchell and Adrienne Mitchell. The sale was handled by Nancy Walters of Charles Burt Realtors in cooperation with Kent Eastman of Pro 100 Inc., Realtors.

Richard Bittner and Elisa Bittner sold the property at 3145 Lone Elm to Karen Lee Bradfield. The sale was handled by Dan Bell of Charles Burt Realtors in cooperation with Debbie Houck of Charles Burt Realtors, Neosho.

Terry Allan Phelps and Rhonda Louise Phelps sold the property at 2616 E. 11th St. to Shirley M. Walters. The sale was handled by Floyd Lansaw of Four Seasons Realty.

Dwight Trudeau and Amber M. Trudeau sold the property at 2524 N. Illinois to Jenneth Marie Prince. The sale was handled by Heather Burst of Realty Executives of Joplin in cooperation with Lee McDonough of Charles Burt Realtors.

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