Heritage House Realty Helps Sponsor Parkinson’s Foundation

June 21, 2012
Print Friendly

From right: Mary Burke and Carol Sullivan-Shulte of Heritage House Sotheby’s International Realty with two of the demonstrators from a Parkinson’s Disease Foundation event.

RED BANK – Heritage House Sotheby’s Inter­national Realty recently participated as a sponsor at Parkinson’s Disease and Exercise, a Parkinson’s Disease Foundation event highlighting the importance of exercise as a way to improve daily quality of life for those afflicted with the disease.

The program took place on June 5 at Tower Hill Presbyterian Church in Red Bank and was in large part organized by Carol Sullivan-Shulte, a sales associate at Heritage House Sotheby’s International Realty’s Rumson Office.

“The respect, support, kindness and empathy that I have received during the 18 years that I have had Parkinson’s is what led me to want to reach out to others with this disease and help them as well,” Sullivan-Shulte said.

“I truly believe many people were able to walk away from this forum with a better understanding of the positive effects of exercise on this disease,” said Mary Burke, owner and broker of Heritage House Sotheby’s Inter­national Realty. “I am grateful to Carol for giving us this opportunity to make a difference in our community.”

Heritage House Sotheby’s International Realty is an independently owned and operated, full-service brokerage with four sales offices in Holmdel, Middletown, Rumson and Shrewsbury.

Additional information is available by visiting www.heritagehousesothebysrealty.com.

If you liked this story, you’ll love our newspaper. Click here to subscribe

1st Avenue Pizza Owner Serves Up Humble Pie

You may also like