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Ed Pinder moved his family to Parkville in 1994 and was thrilled to purchase the building at 7602 Harford Road, across from the Parkville shopping center, in 2002. Ed was active in his children’s school and recreation activities prior to 2002, and although he thought he knew the community well – it really took having an office on Harford Road to truly appreciate what a great “small town” Parkville really is. The Pinder Plotkin firm is dedicated to building a “Hometown Parkville Practice”.

What really impresses us about Parkville/Carney and Hamilton is its diversity of incomes; ethnicities, and generations. The clients we represent are a cross section of the middle class – people working hard; passing on good values; and looking out for one another. It has been our honor to make so many friends through the community groups such as the Parkville Recreation Council, the Parkville Carney Business Association and the Greater Parkville Community Council. Where else do you have the access to great public and private schools; great parks (Double Rocks is a hidden gem); great restaurants, and an old fashioned shopping district where you can get everything just minutes from your house.

Ed and Jason can be spotted throughout the community. Ed will be easy to spot on the softball fields and after a brief hiatus, is coming out of retirement to coach again in 2015. Look for a stage and you’ll spot Jason, whether is at the Parkville Towne Center Fair or the PCBA Spring Concert Series, Jason MC’s most major Parkville/Carney events.

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