Mt. Airy Man Promoted At Greiner

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March 31, 1991

TIMONIUM — John D. "Jack" Coursey of Mount Airy recently was promoted to associate at Greiner Inc., one of the country's oldest professional engineering, architectural, planning and surveying firms.

The criteria for promotion to associate is a combination of experience and demonstrated management and technical leadership abilities.

Coursey joined Greiner in 1983 and is a construction administration engineer and civil engineer in the Airports department.

He has more than 40 years experience in federal and state transportation programs, including highway construction, administration and the development of construction and materials, standard specifications of the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials.

Coursey is project manager for renovation of the Motor Vehicle Administration headquarters facility in Glen Burnie, Anne Arundel County. He has served as resident engineer on various phases of rehabilitationat Washington National Airport and for the Toyota Baltimore terminal.

A graduate of the Johns Hopkins University with a degree in civil engineering, Coursey is a registered professional engineer in Maryland and Pennsylvania.

He is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers and the American Road and Transportation Builders Association and serves on the specifications review committee.

Coursey received the Federal Highway Administrator's award for superior achievement and the 25-year Public Service Award from the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials.


Carroll County Sun contributing writer Jane Lippy has Easter and spring poems appearing in the March issues of Mature Living, published by the Baptist Sunday School Board; Live, published by the General Council of the Assemblies of God; and StarLight magazine, published by Star Books Inc.

She is also a 1990-1991 writer for Royal Service magazine, published by Women's Missionary Union, an auxiliary of the Southern Baptist Convention.

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