Brian P. McManamon, President

Brian began his career with Erieview Title in 2008.  He is a licensed Title Agent, and extremely knowledgeable in every aspect of Real Estate Transactions.  As the Owner of the Company, Brian is heavily involved in the day to day operations and believes strongly in a hands on approach.  He is very accessible and always willing to help. Brian is a lifelong Clevelander, attending Saint Ignatius High School and later Cleveland State University studying Business Management.  He resides in Avon with his wife, Emily, and their four children, Lucy, Tommy, Jack and Molly. On the weekends you can find Brian at home enjoying time with his family, coaching youth sports, playing with the kids outside or watching an Indians or Browns game.


Emily A. McManamon, Director of Sales & Marketing

Emily has enjoyed her position at Erieview Title since 2012.  She is a licensed Title Agent who has had the opportunity to learn distinct roles within the Company, which allows her to play a versatile part in Erieview Title’s overall success.  Emily’s primary focus is building strong relationships in the industry and promoting Erieview Title in our community. She currently serves on the Community Outreach, Golf and Affiliate Committees for LOCAR, Lorain County’s Association of Realtors.  She is also is a member of the Rocky River Chamber of Commerce and Lorain County Chamber of Commerce. Emily grew up in the Cleveland area, attended Magnificat High School, followed by John Carroll University. In her free time, Emily enjoys spending time with her family and being outdoors.


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