Bindagraphics Inc., a post-press finishing company, is...


July 01, 1991

Bindagraphics Inc., a post-press finishing company, is moving this fall to a 121,800-square-foot office and manufacturing complex at the Crossroads Industrial Center, 2701 Wilmarco Ave. in Southwest Baltimore.

Riemer Muegge & Associates Inc., a land planning, engineering and consulting firm, recently relocated its corporate offices to 8818 Centre Park Drive in Columbia.

Stars Salon, 6080 Falls Road in Lake Falls Village in North Baltimore, is now owned by Cindy Santmyer and Margie Pezzica. Giant Food in Landover won an award from the Baltimore chapter of the American Marketing Association.

Spring Air Mattress Co. in Baltimore received two sales performance awards from the parent company in Chicago.

Wye River Inc. in Queenstown won an award from the Glass Packaging Institute and Packaging magazine for the packaging of Wye River Soup.

United Way of Central Maryland presented awards of distinction to Roger Lyons, president of the Baltimore Urban League, Rosalie Streett, executive director of Friends of the Family, and Sylvia Canon, executive director of the Human Services Program of Carroll County Inc.

Eric Ludwig placed first in an apprentice contest sponsored by the National Tooling and Machining Association.

Montgomery County High Technology Council recently honored the following: John Savage, of Booz-Allen & Hamilton; John Neumann, Frank, Bernstein, Conaway and Goldman; Harvey Kushner, Kushner Management; Joseph Sciulli, TTC; Jim Barrett, Genetic Therapy Inc.; and Hughes Network Systems.

Delbert L. Adams and Douglas V. Croker III of Ilex Construction and Development Inc. in Baltimore were named to a list of top achievers by Remodeling magazine.

Trade organizations

Maryland Trial Lawyers Association elected Martin H. Freeman president, A. Harold Dubois president-elect, Augustus Brown vice president, Daniel M. Clements secretary, Gary I. Strausberg treasurer, William Finch Jr. parliamentarian, and Leonard Orman American Trial Lawyers Association governor.

International Society of Certified Employee Benefit Specialists, Chesapeake Chapter, elected Mark J. Meade president; Mark L. Lynne vice president; E. Regina G. Sorrell secretary/treasurer. Judith M. Bradley, Jack Stakem and Tom Hourihan were named to the board of directors.

Open for business

ICM Mortgage Corp. is opening an office in Annapolis. Joseph Scalco was named branch manager.

Rosedale Federal Savings and Loan Association opened a branch in the Kenwood Shopping Center.

Berkshire Consulting Group Inc. opened a human resources training and consulting company at 1205 York Road in Lutherville. Judy Gach is president.

J. Hamilton Yacht Co. opened at the Annapolis Yacht Club marina, at the base of Eastport Bridge in Annapolis.

New accounts

Synergics Inc., an Annapolis-based developer of independent power projects, is developing the 7.6-megawatt Starved Rock Lock and Dam near Peru on the Illinois Waterway.

Linden Advertising in Baltimore is representing McCallam Installation Service Co. Inc.

Lowe's Companies Inc., a southeastern chain of home center stores, named Black & Decker Corp. its major vendor supplier.

Parks and Ottenheimer Advertising in Baltimore is representing Thomasville Galleries home furnishing stores.

Barry Blau & Partners, a direct marketing company in Towson, is working on direct marketing projects for Hechinger Co. in Landover.

Public service

Maryland Job Service Employer Committee elected Darlene Carver chairperson and Richard Aarons vice chairperson. Ms. Carver is founder and president of Merlin & Associates Inc. in Ijamsville and Mr. Aarons is manager of the Baltimore County Chamber of Commerce Small Business Council.

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