EASTON — Davis, Bowen & Friedel Inc., one of the area’s leading professional architectural, engineering, planning and surveying firms, has announced three new staff members to its offices in Easton, Salisbury and Milford, Del.

Brenda Ramage, with over 26 years of office experience, has joined the firm as an administrative assistant.

Ramage is responsible for providing administrative support to the Easton office, and her responsibilities will include directing calls to assist clients, supporting daily office operations and maintaining internal filing systems within the office.

“Brenda’s extensive experience within the office environment is beneficial, but it’s her eagerness to assist others on project related tasks that make her an invaluable asset to the team,” Principal Jason Loar said.

CAD technician Kyle Hains, who will assist the civil engineering department, has joined the Milford office.

Hains, a graduate of Delaware Technical and Community College, has an associate degree in architecture engineering, computer aided drafting and construction management. He is involved in a wide range of residential and commercial projects, including the Millsboro Professional Center, Carillion Square Apartments and Vineyards Apartments in Sussex County, Del.

Katelyn Nagler recently joined the firm as a marketing assistant.

She is a graduate from Salisbury University with a Bachelor of Science in marketing. Previously, he worked for a local nonprofit organization assisting with the implementation of marketing and social media campaigns, as well as fundraising efforts.

Nagler will assist the marketing department from the Salisbury office in social media efforts, proposal research and coordination, and branding initiatives as the firm continues to grow.

For additional information, visit www.dbfinc.com.

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