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Conveniently situation on Wyckoff Road, near the historic Ramapo Valley Road in Mahwah, NJ, Brandywine Senior Living at Mahwah offers seniors a warm atmosphere and a luxurious environment.
Brandywine Insurance Advisors focuses on property and casualty, employee benefits and group captive business lines for construction and other industries.
This 5 bedroom, 3 bathroom Brandywine house comes with two car garage and a long drive way.
However, he judges that the true Brandywine "has the lusciousness of a Burgundy wine and tastes as though minced parsley has been scattered over it.
Sweeney, chief executive officer of Brandywine, said the master planned office park would provide Northeast Philadelphia with a valuable tool to attract business into the city.
What is abundantly clear is that the Brandywine Workshop is a smashing success.
The Brandywine runoff business consists mainly of the legacy exposures of Century Indemnity Co.
While in Vietnam, Brandywine writes and sells his first book, BRANDYWINE'S WAR.
Founded in 1986, Brandywine Global is a mid-sized investment boutique, with more than $32 billion in assets under management as of June 30, 2011.
Guests had the opportunity to hear about Brandywine Senior Living's relationship with the town and Virtua Health from Brandywine Senior Living CEO and President Brenda J.
Prior to joining Brandywine, Jennings served as executive vice president of leasing for Ivy Realty.
And Brandywine, the neat little upscale restaurant at 22757 Ventura Blvd.
5% senior unsecured notes due May 15, 2015 issued by Brandywine Operating Partnership, L.
27, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Virtua has partnered with Brandywine Senior Living at Haddonfield to bring high-quality medical care, rehabilitation therapy, and wellness services to residents of the new assisted living community located at 132 Warwick Road.
I've always considered it to be a very appropriate name, since the Brandywine River together with its east and west branches was the very epicenter of the Mennonite settlements in North America from 1683-1783.