Telecomm Selected

Business briefs

August 04, 1991

Telecomm Corp., a Bel Air-based telephone and service organization, has been selected to represent Comdial Network Services in the Harford, Cecil and North Baltimore areas.

CNS is a provider of discount long distance and "800" service on the East Coast.

Walter A. Ottensmeyer, is the corporation's president; Charles Kramer is marketing director and Quentin Kramer is the sales and service representative.

Both Telecomm Corp. and its sister company, AA Telephone Answering Service, are members of the Bel Air Business Association and the Harford County Chamber of Commerce.

Information: 879-1000.


Geo-Technology Associates Inc. has been awarded the first contract to be issued by the Resolution Trust Corporation Mid-Atlantic Consolidated Office. Under this initial agreement, GTA will perform Phase I and Phase II Environmental Property Evaluations of a more than 700-acre property in Maryland.

GTA is a professional engineering firm specializing in geotechnical engineering and full-service environmental consulting.

The Maryland area is serviced by offices in Bel Air, Towson and Annapolis Junction.


Paul Peak, president of Forest Hill Bank, has announced promotions of several bank officers.

Phyllis Martin, supervisor ofthe bank's operations department, was promoted to vice president, and Jackie Clark, training officer was named assistant vice president.

Pat McCracken, collection administrator, was promoted to assistantvice president, and Barbara Rheinhardt, credit administrator, was named assistant vice president.

Also promoted to assistant vice president was Sandi Benedetto, manager of the Jarrettsville branch.


Philadelphia Electric Co. has named Alan G. Mitchell, of Kembelsville, Pa., as its manager of hydroelectric production and operation at PE's Conowingo and Muddy Run plants.

Mitchell, 44,previously was superintendent of operations at Conowingo Hydro Station. He joined PE in 1970 and has served in both engineering and managerial positions.

He is a member of Edison Electric Institute's Hydraulic Power Committee, the Pumped Storage Users Committee, and the Philadelphia Coal Club.


Groundbreaking for the Havre de Grace Promenade at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday will highlight a daylong visit to Harford County by Department of Economic and Employment Development Secretary J. Randall Evans.

And, progress of the proposed Higher Education and Applied Technology Center in Aberdeen will be the topic of discussion on the secretary's itinerary during a 1:30 p.m. meeting at Aberdeen Proving Ground. The secretary's tour begins with a 10:45 a.m. visit to DEED's Job Service Office in Bel Air, and includes an 11:30 a.m. meeting with Harford County Executive Eileen Rehrmann and Issac Kaufman, Merry-Go-Round Enterprises executive vice president, at the company's headquarters.

Evans and other state officials also will meet with County Council president Jeffrey Wilson, Economic Development board chairman Warren Hartenstine and Economic Development director James D. Fielder.

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