Kms Announces Promotion Of Five

Business people

January 20, 1991

The KMS Group Inc., a Columbia-based developer of commercial real estate, has promoted five in the firm's asset management, construction and legal divisions.

In asset management, Terry Flannery has been promoted to senior property manager and Lucy Crosby Price has been named manager of lease administration.

Ron Walther and Connie Epperlein, respectively, become senior project manager and manager of tenant design, in the construction department.

Terri Peders of the legal division has been named senior paralegal.


Wendy Smith of Columbia, a licensed social worker, has joined the social work departmentat Carroll County General Hospital in Westminster.

In her role associal worker, Smith is involved in communicating with patients, families and staff members to assist patients in planning for their post-hospital care and dealing with special crises, like substance abuse.

The Howard County resident has a bachelor's degree in social work from Salisbury State University on the Eastern Shore.

She completedher internship at Peninsula General Hospital in Salisbury.


Attorney Stephen J. Sfekas has joined the law firm of Weinberg and Green as a partner in the firm's health care practice group.

Sfekas spent 6 years in the Office of the Attorney General, during that time he was general counsel to the Medical Assistance Program and counsel to the Division of Licensing andCertification of the the State Health Department.


Eileen Tennor and Diana Rich have been named by LDR International Inc. as principals of the firm.

Tennor directs LDR's environmental graphic design and has developed graphic identitiesand sign systems for a variety of private and public sector clients.

Rich is a planner specializing in city center revitalization and campus planning. She also serves as LDR's director of marketing.

LDR is a professional consulting practice providing planning, urban design, landscape architecture and graphic design services to clients throughout the United States and abroad.

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