Manpower Promotes 2

Business people

April 08, 1991

The Chesapeake Complex of Manpower Temporary Services recently added Shaun P. Callahan in its Laurel office as a sales representative andpromoted Linda Meredith, of the company's BWI/Linthicum office, to district manager.

Originally from Baltimore, Callahan graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy with a bachelor's degree in economics.

In his new position, Callahan will sell the services offered by Manpower to area businesses.

Meredith, with Manpower since 1982, has been the branch manager of the BWI/Linthicum office since 1986. Sheis a recipient of the Citizen of the Year Award from the Northern Anne Arundel Chamber of Commerce.

Meredith's new responsibilities will be to oversee the placement services and sales staff for

BWI/Linthicum and Laurel locations.


Linda Brueninghas joined the Annapolis office of Shannon & Luchs Realtors after working in real estate in Virginia for more than four years.

Bruening recently moved to Annapolis after 20 years in northern Virginia.


Arnold resident Angela Moran recently won the 1991 Women in Science and Engineering Award for Engineering Achievement.

A materials engineer at the U.S. Navy's David Taylor Research Center in Annapolis, Moran was selected from women engineers throughout the federal government. The annual award recognizes outstanding technical engi

neering contributions of women engineers in federal service.

Moran is the second researcher at the Annapolis laboratory to receive the honor since 1989.

She is recognized for her work advancing the frontiers of knowledge in spray-forming technology, an alternative to conventional metallurgy and a solution to manufacturing problems.


Fred L. Miller was recently appointed publicity chairman for SCORE/ACE chapter 390, which serves southern Maryland.

The Service Corps of Retired Executives and the Active Corpsof Executives provide free counseling and advice to small businessesto advance the U.S. economy. Chapter 390 is based in Annapolis.

Miller will be responsible for making the chapter more visible to the small business community.

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