Nancy Gasparovic, Director
Betsy Reid, Nancy Gasparovic, Harold Phelps
Nancy Gasparovic is president of Title Professionals, Ltd., a title insurance agency in La Plata, Maryland.
For over thirty years she has been a settlement/escrow officer and title insurance agent, formerly with Gasparovic & Hungerford Law Office and since 1989 as owner of her own title company.
also has fond memories of coming for overnight trips with her
children and students, playing the guitar and singing around the campfire at Hard Bargain Farm
A native of Beech Creek, Kentucky (of "Sixteen Tons" fame) and a graduate of Austin Peay State University in Clarksville, Tennessee, Nancy received her B.S. in Music and Education.
She has done graduate work at the University of Maryland and completed many courses and seminars in financing, legal and title issues.
She has served on many boards including the American Cancer Society; American Red Cross; Randolph:Macon College Parent Advisory Council; Melwood Training Center; Civista Health Foundation; Austin Peay University Alumni Association; Charles County Chamber of Commerce; and the National Energetics Technology Alliance for Naval Surface Warfare Center at Indian Head.
She currently serves on the boards of The Maples Foundation for Senior Housing, Charles County Senior Services; LaPlata United Methodist Church (former Trustee); and College of Southern Maryland Paralegal Advisory Board.
She is a bank director on the board of Old Line Bank where she has served for many years.
formerly taught music in schools in Prince George's and Charles Counties as well as private piano lessons.
has been active as choir director, pianist, and youth leader in local churches.
is a patron of the arts and has been active with the Port Tobacco Players, Black Box Theatre, and Arts Alliance.
professional affiliations include the following: Maryland Land Title Association
, American Land Title Association
, Sigma Alpha Iota
, Southern Maryland Board of Realtors
, and founding member of SO MD Land Title Association
As a founding member of the Western Charles County American Society, she initiated many support groups for cancer patients including I Can Cope, CanSurMount, and The Road to Recovery.
is a past recipient of the Maryland American Cancer Society
Volunteer of the Year award.
is a perennial volunteer for many charity events such as Hospice Festival
of Trees, Heinze Memorial Golf Tournament, Autumn Wine Tasting and Mardi Gras Ball to benefit Civista Health Foundation
, and the capital campaign for College of Southern Maryland
home, Idyllic, has been featured on the Maryland House and Garden Tour and is frequently the site of events/fund raisers for various groups and charities.