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The Berkeley's 100th Birthday party
Joan Goody and S. Maxwell Beal
Joan Goody, Principal - Goody Clancy and Associates with S. Maxwell Beal admiring the Berkeley's scale model birthday cake S. Maxwell Beal, A.W. Perry Chairman Emeritus, spoke of The Berkeley history, "Perry became involved in the building in the 1940s, acquiring 50 percent of the shares of its then owner, the Berkeley Hotel Trust, and eventually acquired full ownership in the 1950s. Photo front: S. Maxwell Beal, Chairman Emeritus; John H. Spurr, Jr., President; Buzz Constable, Exec. V.P.; Rich Beal, V.P. - back: Mark Flaherty, CFO: Paul Needham, V.P.
Sandy Beal - R E "Legend"
Sandy Beal - A Real Estate "Legend"
Joan Goody and S. Maxwell Beal S. MAXWELL BEAL, JR. A. W. Perry, Inc. He is a member of the family behind the creation of some of Boston's most prominent buildings, but Sandy Beal doesn't take his success in the commercial real estate industry for granted. He is proud of his family - he named his 39-foot sloop the Evangeline, after a ship his great-grandfather commissioned around the time he founded the family company, A.W. Perry, in 1884 - but he is quick to laugh and not embarrassed to talk about his ongoing struggle to keep his office tidy. Beal, who at 74 is now the semi-retired chairman of the board emeritus, started working at A.W. Perry, based in Winthrop Square in Boston, when his grandfather brought him on in 1956. He had worked summers before that, while growing up in Rockland and attending St. Lawrence University. Early on in his career, Beal met his wife of 46 years, Mary. He frequented a multi-floor restaurant that was an off-shoot of the candy company Schrafft's, where she was a hostess. "She took good care of me at lunchtimes, so I thought she could probably do that all the time," he said. Sandy with Gov. Volpe Gov. John A. Volpe (seated signs into law an important-at-the-time sales tax bill, which took pressure off real estate taxes, as (standing, from left) Lobbyist Clarence A. Roberts, S. M. Beal, Jr., Executive Vice President of GBREB H. Ray Hoffard, Bertram A. Druker and Rental Housing Association Director A. Donald DeLuse look on. Several years after his tenure as president, Beal left A.W. Perry for awhile. While many in this picture are not known, those who are show that S. M . Beal, Jr. spent time with some of the most influential people in the industry., Seated are:(from left) Beal, Mayor John F. Collins and Ray Celata of the Corcoran Co. These days, Beal usually comes into the office from his Winchester home three days a week. He jokes that he likes his long lunches at Locke-Ober or The Four Seasons, and continues trying to clean off his desk, which was a goal when he partially retired a couple of years ago.
BOMA TOBY AWARDS 2007
S. Maxwell "Sandy" Beal, A.W. Perry, Inc.
BOMA honors Sandy Beal
BOMA Boston honored S. Maxwell "Sandy" Beal, Jr.
with their 2007 INDUSTRY LEADERSHIP Award" Joan Goody and S. Maxwell Beal On Nov. 29, 2007, The Building Owners and Managers Association of Boston honored S. Maxwell "Sandy" Beal, A.W. Perry Chairman Emeritus, with their 2007 INDUSTRY LEADERSHIP Award at their annual banquet held at Boston's Seaport Hotel. The presentation was the highlight of an evening in which the city's real estate industry saluted its best with their coveted "Office Building of the Year" awards. Event attendees included Mr. Beal's family, as well as friends and associates from his outstanding career spanning four decades. Mary and Sandy Beal celebrate with their three grandchildren (l to r) Max, Perry & Nick Beal.
S. Maxwell Beal, Chairman of the Board Emeritus at A.W. Perry spoke on the history of The Berkeley, "A.W. Perry became involved in the building in the 1940s, after acquiring 50 percent of the stock shares of its then owner, the Berkeley Hotel Trust, and eventually acquiring full ownership in the 1950s.