Rufus S. Lusk & Son Inc., a regional real estate information service, acquired publications of MetroSource Inc. in San Antonio. The publications include real estate sales, assessments and property tax maps for the Northern Virginia market.
William R. Mortimer, president of Anderson Oldsmobile Inc. in Baltimore, won the 1991 Time Magazine Quality Dealer Award. The award is sponsored by Time and the National Automobile Dealers Association.
Marian Fleischer, food processing and warehousing/distribution specialist for Management Recruiters in Timonium, was elected to the Presidents Club. John Roberts Jr., certified senior account manager specializing in data processing, received the National Award of "Pacesetter."
Pinnacle Industries Inc. received the Outstanding Project Award from Associated Builders and Contractors.
Karen Levian of Levian Fine Gems was presented with the Mandy Goetze award by the Executive Women's Network.
Noble Steed Associates has won a coveted Telly Award for its "Your Addicted" television spot produced for the Recovery Center at Homewood Hospital.
Tiber Construction Co. has received the Outstanding Project of the Year Award from the Associated Builders and Contractors of Baltimore. Tiber's winning project was The Colonnade, a residential development containing 132 luxury condominiums, a 125-suite hotel, gourmet restaurant, lounge and a retail center.
Darlene McKinney of Baltimore has been recognized by the Admiral Envelope & Printing Co. for her outstanding performance during the month of January.
Pat Lakatta, vice president of marketing and public relations at Farrar Network, has been named to the third edition of Who's
Who of Emerging Leaders in America.
Peck, Peck & Associates' Interior Design Group was one of the seven winners from a field of 40 nationwide competitors to be recognized by the IBD Potomac Chapter and Regardie's magazine in the 1990 Design competition.
Doug Magill won the Gold Million Dollar Circle Award from the National Association of Home Builders' National Sales and Marketing Council for sales volume. Mr. Magill is the regional manager of Long & Foster's New Homes/Condominium division in Baltimore.
Profit Sharing Council of America elected David E. Moul, CPA, of Design Teams Inc. to its board of directors.
The Greater Baltimore WordPerfect Users' Group elected the following officers: Chaim Yudkowsky, president; Jim Wancowicz, treasurer; Shelley Brown, newsletter editor. All are from Grabush, Newman & Co., a Towson-based accounting and consulting firm.
The Association of School Business Officials, International Certificates of Excellence Program, appointed Ronald J. Fudge, of Reznick Fedder and Silverman, CPA's, P.C. as chairman of a review panel.
Towson State University, College of Continuing Studies, is offering a non-credit course on Reading and Writing Advertising. The class meets Wednesday nights starting this week. For more information, call 830-3532.
The Johns Hopkins University, School of Continuing Studies in downtown Baltimore, is offering a course on "Paradox Made Easy" today and tomorrow from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and "DOS Survival Tools for the Hard Disk Users" on Wednesday. For information, call 338-8490.
The Lady Maryland Foundation named the following to the board of trustees: Bill Blake Jr., chairman of the board; Ronald Harvey, vice president and general manager; and Joe Schmidt, president.
Anne Arundel Community College has received a $200,000 grant to spearhead an education-industry coalition aimed at attracting more people to high-tech careers.