Signet Mortgage Promotes Burton

Business people

December 24, 1990

Signet Mortgage Corp., an affiliate of Signet Bank, has promoted Susan O. Burton to mortgage loan officer with responsibilities in settlement, processing and various underwriting functions.

A resident of Pasadena, Burton joined Signet in 1989 after working for several savings and loans in Maryland and northern Virginia. She earned her bachelor's degree in English from West Virginia University.

MARYLAND NATIONAL WINS AACC AWARD

Maryland National Bank won the Anne Arundel Community College Alumni and Friends Association award for the employer participating in the Dec. 5 Cooperation Education Fair who had hired the most Anne Arundel Community College students.

According to the bank's records, 43 of the 150 employees in the bank's Anne Arundel County region are Anne Arundel Community College graduates or have taken courses at the college. The bank pays 100 percent of student's tuition for classes in which they get an A or B and 70 percent of classes in which they receive a C.

College alumni representative Linda Adelman presented the award to Cathy Dolan and Tina Rowland, human resources officers of Maryland National.

TERRY SMITH BOOK IN ITS NINTH PRINTING

Terry C. Smith of Arnold has recently seen his book, "Making Successful Presentations," enter its ninth printing.

The revised and updated version of the book, which has been translated into three languages, follows the easy-to-read, practical style of the original and contains insights and anecdotes from Lee Iacocca, Willard Scott, Letitia Baldrige, Roger Axtell and professors at the Wharton School of Business. It also includes a new chapter on creating top-quality visuals on a personal computer.

In addition to being an author, Smith serves as director of communications and community relations for the Westinghouse Electronic Systems Group. He has given seminars in business presentations, effective writing and work-place meetings in 36 states and five foreign countries. He has coached speakers for thousands of presentations with audiences ranging from on to 10,000.

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