James Atkins Brings Experience To Armfield, Miller and Ripley


(Thursday, May 17, 2007 10:26 AM EDT)

Twelve-year Middleburg resident James Atkins has decided to switch from life in the corporate world to a career in real estate as Armfield, Miller and Ripley Fine Properties' newest agent.

“Jim's decision to change from corporate life and travel to representing our clients with the sale and purchase of real estate is very promising for us,” said the firm's principal broker Gloria Armfield.

“Jim has always been an achiever,” Armfield said, “since his youth as an Eagle scout, then president of West Virginia University's Sigma Delta Chi, as chair of his city's planning commission, as president of the Los Altos Hounds, as a Marine Corps officer and later as a corporate president.”

She said that the firm believes that he will significantly contribute to its success in the Middleburg market.

Atkins has been president of two corporations and vice president for business development in another. He also has been selected to serve on three corporate boards of directors.

“I am honored to be accepted into Armfield, Miller and Ripley Fine Properties,” Atkins said. “As a Middleburg resident for 12 years and working all over the world, focusing my business development and sales skills on real estate here will be very rewarding.”

James Atkins has been president of two corporations and he is bringing his skills in the business world to Armfield, Miller and Ripley.

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