Shaler-area real estate transactions for the week of Aug. 26, 2019 |

Shaler-area real estate transactions for the week of Aug. 26, 2019



Estate of Mary Sue Pasqua sold property at 172 High St. to Vincent Pasqua Jr. and Diane Pasqua for $30,000.

Micah Tozer sold property at 15 Spring St. to Michael Gent and Natalie Onorato for $127,500.


Justin Middleton sold property at 1035 Anderson Road to Graebel Relocation Services Worldwide In for $210,000.

Graebel Relocation Services Worldwide In sold property at 1035 Anderson Road to Grace Rogers for $210,000.

Kristine Pyszniak trustee sold property at 123 Elmwood Drive to Thomas Truchok for $181,111.

BrittanyLee Petrarca Edmiston sold property at 1497 Green Ave. to Vincent Karpuszka III and Emily M Bopp Karpuszka for $230,000.

Julie Shepard sold property at 923 Greenhill Road to Alan and Jessica Fanning for $179,000.

Thomas Donegan sold property at 803 Highland Ave. to 803 Highland Avenue LLC for $169,500.

Estate of Edward Schwab Jr. sold property at 192 Lindenwood Drive to William and Diane Jankowski for $165,000.

John Robert Francis sold property at 617 Mica Drive to Cenan Abdul Al and Erin Eichen for $213,500.

Eileen Schmid sold property at 200 Regina St. to Central Penn Capital Management LLC for $155,125.

Christopher Bray sold property at 2518 Rose Drive to Derek and Christine Pollice for $235,000.

Estate of Ronald Meinert sold property at 104 Vilsack Road to Russell Scott Anderson Jr. for $129,000.

Shiu Hui Wang sold property at 115 Wible Run Road to Bradley and Dana Brennan for $115,000.

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