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Resource Title National Adds Keith Barker as VP, National Commercial Division
Feb 04, 2011

Cleveland-based Resource Title National Agency Inc. has appointed Keith Barker as Vice President, National Commercial Division. Barker, a sales veteran of more than13 years, joins the commercial division’s national sales team. He will focus on territory growth as well as the development and servicing of traditional commercial and investment transactions. He will be based in Washington D.C., where Resource Title National is expanding its East Coast and Mid-Atlantic presence as part of its strategic expansion in the national commercial market. “Keith will be yet another proven resource for our growing national commercial division,” said Leslie Rennell, owner and chief executive officer of Resource Title National. “He bolsters the experience and depth of knowledge we are pleased to make available to our clients and partners in the commercial sector.” Barker comes to Resource Title after six years with a major national general contractor where he served as senior manager of business development. A graduate of Towson University in Maryland, Barker resides with his wife and young son in the suburbs of Washington, D.C. For more information, visit
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