Long Beach : 2 Brokers Named to Agency

Two real estate brokers, Daniel S. Dunlap and Joseph A. Kennerson, have been appointed to the five-member Long Beach Redevelopment Agency. They will fill vacancies left by Luther Williams, whose term expired, and Noel Gould, who resigned from the agency.

Dunlap, chief executive officer of D.D. Dunlap Companies Inc. and a member of one of the city’s founding oil families, lists his business dealings as commercial and industrial real estate, farm properties, small commercial shopping centers, industrial parks and office buildings. In an application for appointment, Dunlap said he is active in various community groups, such as the Boy Scouts, and participates with several agencies geared to end world hunger.

Kennerson, a real estate salesman for eight years and a broker for 13 years, was an employee of the city for 17 years before becoming a broker and opening a company under his own name. While a Long Beach employee, Kennerson said he worked as a payroll clerk, dispatcher, bookkeeper and customer service field representative. In his application for appointment, Kennerson said his community activities include membership in the Long Beach Branch of the NAACP (National Assn. for the Advancement of Colored People), the Central Long Beach Optimist Club and the Long Beach Area Citizens Involved.