National Executive Service Corps. Gala Pix

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Don Peebles, owner of The Peebles Corporation, the country’s largest African American real estate development company, was honored Nov. 15 at the Yale Club by the National Executive Service Corps for his business achievements and his efforts to help nonprofit communities and the people they serve.

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Mr. Peebles, who was honored alongside Marv Berenblum, the chairman and chief executive of National Executive Service Corps, was accompanied by more than 120 guests, who enjoyed the soothing sounds of the Young People’s Chorus of New York, whose cherub-like voices entertained a rapt Yale Club audience.

Katrina Peebles, Marv Berenblum, chairman and chief executive of National Executive Service Corps., and Susan Berenblum.
E.T. Williams, Don Peebles, and Jason Altberger
Nina Cooper, DeMarco Morgan and Katrina Peebles
Don Peebles of the Peebles Corporation.
Don Peebles, with Betsy Weber, president of the National Executive Service Corps.