On the boardMaryland Chamber of Commerce elected the...

NEWS IN BRIEF

June 24, 1991

On the board

Maryland Chamber of Commerce elected the following to the board of directors: Calvin W. Burnett, president of Coppin State College in Baltimore; Nathan A. Chapman Jr., president of Chapman and Co. in Baltimore; Richard C. Granville, president of Celeste Industries Corp. in Easton; Hellene S. Runtagh, president of GE Information Services in Rockville; Carl J. Sardegna, chairman and CEO of Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Maryland; Michael D. Sullivan, president and CEO of Merry-Go-Round Enterprises Inc.; I. Wayne Swann, president and general manager of Southern Maryland Electric Cooperative Inc. in Hughesville; Kenneth H. Trout, president and CEO of Signet Bank/Maryland in Baltimore; and J. Blacklock Wills Jr., president and CEO of The Wills Group Inc. in La Plata. James W. Rouse and Elmer B. Kaelin won public service awards from the Maryland Chamber of Commerce. Mr. Rouse is chairman of the Enterprise Foundation in Columbia and Mr. Kaelin is former president of the Potomac Edison Company in Hagerstown.

Doug Magill, Baltimore regional manager of Long & Foster New Homes/Condominium Division, was named manager of the year.

Anne Arundel Trade Council gave a lifetime achievement award to Bruce Williamson and named Joseph Conte community leader of the year. Michael T. Rose Associates received the president's award.

Robert Goodman Agency Inc. in Baltimore won a Gold Camera Award from the U.S. Industrial Film & Video Festival.

Richardson, Myers & Donofrio, a Baltimore-based marketing communications agency, won the best of show award in addition to seven other awards in the Bell Ringer Awards sponsored by the Business/Professional Advertising Association in Philadelphia.

Mary Anne Cherundolo won the James T. McCall Award for Quality Nursing in Long-Term Care by the American College of Health Care Administrators. Mrs. Cherundolo is director of quality management for PersonaCare Inc., a Baltimore-based operator of long-term care and assisted living facilities.

Trade organizations

Independent Bankers Association of America appointed Michael Macielag to the federal legislation committee. Mr. Macielag is president and chief executive officer of Chesapeake Bank and Trust Co.

American Consulting Engineers Council named Andrew J. Parker Jr. president. Mr. Parker is president and chief executive officer of EA Mueller, a consulting engineering company in Baltimore.

Women's Traffic and Transportation Club in Baltimore elected Alicia "Lisa" Hubbard president.

Open for business

Jannotta, Bray & Associates Inc., a career management and executive placement company, opened a Baltimore office in the Legg Mason Tower at 111 S. Calvert St. in Baltimore. John W. Nothwang Jr. heads the of

fice.

Stewart, Plant & Blumenthal, a law firm, has opened in the Signet Tower, 7 St. Paul St., in Baltimore. The founding partners are C. Van Leuven Stewart, A. MacDonough Plant and Max E. Blumenthal.

Columbia-FreeState Health System opened a medical center at the 140 Village Shopping Center in Westminster.

Provident Bank of Maryland opened a branch at 1904 Emmorton Road in Bel Air. Michelle Denoncourt was named office manager.

Athlete's Foot and Lady Footlocker opened recently at Golden Ring Mall in Baltimore.

Saigon Palace Inc., a Vietnamese restaurant, opened at 609 Taylor Ave. in Annapolis.

New accounts

Robert Feldman and Associates, a Bethesda-based marketing and advertising firm, was hired by Coakley and Williams Inc. to market the Maryland Trade Center in Greenbelt.

The Leffler Agency, a Baltimore-based advertising and marketing company, is representing the 27 Baltimore stores of TCBY yogurt shops, Vertical Factory Outlet in Columbia and Allied Heating and Cooling.

Susan Perrin Art Consulting in Timonium is coordinating art acquisitions for CIGNA Bond Services.

Meeting Planners Inc. in Columbia is providing meeting management services for the Foundation for Manufacturing Excellence Inc.

A & L Shatto Inc., a Bel Air-based engineering and management firm, is providing studies and technical management support for the U.S. Army Chemical Research Development and Engineering Center in Edgewood.

Brennan Business Services is providing administrative support services for Carolyn Woodie, a computer training consultant in Annapolis and Wells Company Inc., a securities broker and dealer in Severna Park.

John H. Snyder Associates Inc., a Crofton-based advertising and public relations agency, is representing Replacement Concepts Inc. in Greenwich, Conn.

Atlantic Builders Group Inc. won the construction contract for renovations of the Bauernschmidt Building at Keswick, a provider of adult day-care services, geriatric evaluation and skilled nursing care in Baltimore.

Public service

Michael J. Chesser was elected president of the Greater Baltimore Chapter of the March of Dimes Birth Defects Foundation. Mr. Chesser is vice

president of consumer services for Baltimore Gas & Electric Co.

Timothy C. Scheve was named to the board of trustees for the Maryland Chapter of the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America. Mr. Scheve is vice president of Financial Administration at Legg Mason Wood Walker Inc.

James R. Berens was named to a three-year term on the board of trustees of Blind Industries and Services of Maryland. Mr. Berens is senior vice president and manager of the Baltimore Middle Market Division for Maryland National Bank.

Signet Bank donated $1,000 to the Fuel Fund of Central Maryland.

7-Eleven Stores/The Southland Corp. Capitol Division gave $1,130 to Harford Community College to buy instructional materials for a literacy tutoring program.

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