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Cheryl Rellstab is Keller Williams Realty’s top agent for the company’s Northern California and Hawaii division.

The company recently picked her as its leading real estate agent from among nearly 4,000 people in the division. The recognition is for Rellstab’s individual accomplishments as an agent.

Also, Rellstab recently was named the company’s fifth top agent out of the 73,000 real estate agents internationally.


Brian Purdy, a local franchise owner of Heaven’s Best, won a GMC Savana van at a January Heaven’s Best convention in Las Vegas.

Heaven’s Best is an international carpet cleaning company.

Purdy’s name was selected from 288 Heaven’s Best employees who put their name in for a van.

The van was valued at $25,000, Purdy said.


Sierra Nevada Alternative Healthcare Center is offering treatments and classes in healing touch for the public.

The center has certified professionals providing healing touch services, which have been endorsed by the American Holistic Nurses Association to produce relaxation and for working with the patient’s energy field.

For more information, the center located at 1117 East Main St. Suite E can be reached at 273-7100.


Jerri Herrera is the new senior loan processor and underwriter for Delta Home Loans, the company recently announced in a press release.

Herrera has 22 years experience in loan processing and underwriting of conventional and governmental loans. She also has been an instructor for the American School of Mortgage Banking which trains agents and processors in the nuances and guidelines of mortgage lending.

Herrera will lead the Delta Home Loans processing team in trying to expand and grow the company.


Sundowner of California in Auburn recorded the most trailer sales, more than $2 million, in the state in 2006.

The company recently was recognized as a leading dealer by its corporate ownership, Sundowner Trailer Corp.

The trailers sold at the dealership primarily serve horses and horse owners.

For more information, the dealership can be reached at 1-800-887-9504.


Do you have news to share about your business? Contact Staff Writer Greg Moberly at or 477-4234.

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