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   Linda & Tony Checchia

Tony and Linda Checchia believe “couples that write together stay together!” Tony is co-owner of Frederick Land Company, LLC. He is an active member of the Frederick Rotary Club. He has served as the vice chairman of the Frederick Town Historic District Commission. He is also a regular commentator on Adelphia’s “Pressing Issues.” Linda operates Ghostwriter, providing copywriting services for a limited number of select clients. Previously, Linda served as the Ambassador’s speech writer at the Turkish Embassy. She currently markets MetroTech, a federal workforce development grant, for Frederick County JTA. She is an active member of ProNet and the Entrepreneur Council. Linda and Tony married in 1999 and currently reside in the City of Frederick’s Baker Park area.






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