Army Honors Workers


August 11, 1991

Employees at the U.S. Army Chemical Research, Development and Engineering Center's Research Directorate were recently honored for their contributions to the center.

Receiving the awards were John Astarita, Hugh Carlon, Bob Doherty, William Drumgoole, Bob Jolliffe, Art Stuempfle, Donald Walker, Paul Bossle and Mike Ellzy. Also cited for awards were Gail Janes, Mike Lochner, Stella Matthews, Stephen Pleva, Leonard Szafraniec, Daniel Wise and Sherry Norton.

Twenty employees were recognized for performance. They were Donald Walker, Daniel Weber, John Astarita, Donna Cannella, Daniel Weber, Paul Cannon, Ron Crosier, Renee Crowley, William Drumgoole, Silvio Emery, Angela Farenwald, Marcia Goforth, Mark Guelta, Joseph Hill, Bernardita Infiesto, Jim Jensen, Bob Knapp, Mike Manthei, Ray Miller and Jack Molnar.

Charles S. Harden was the recipient for a certificateof achievement.

Promotions were given to Donna Carlile, Trina Dowell, Mark Guelta, Susan Hallowell, John Holter, Bob Knapp, Maryalice Miller, Kyon Park and Ken Sumpter.


Dr. Edna Hirsch was appointed by Gov. William Donald Schaefer to the Maryland State Board of Dental Examiners for a four-year term.

Hirsch hasbeen in private practice in Havre de Grace for nine years.


The Harford Community College Foundation Inc. has appointed James P. Berger, Lt. Col. Eugene Chandler and William A. Harloeto its board of directors.

Berger, plant manager of the Clorox Co., also is a member of the Harford County Economic Development Advisory Board and the Harford Community College CEO Advisory Board.

Chandler, of the U.S. Army Test and Evaluation Command at Aberdeen Proving Ground, is immediate past president of the Harford County branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.

Harloe is president and owner of Harlow Management Corp. and is a member of the Harford Day School board of trustees. He also is a member of the Community Development Commission of Bel Air and the Edgewood High School Business Advisory Council, and was chairman of the HarfordDay School search committee.


Stuart Jay Robinson, a Bel Air attorney, has been elected as 1991-1992 chairman ofthe Family Law Section for the American Trial Lawyers Association during the organization's recent convention in Toronto, Canada.

He was an officer in the Family Law Section and the first vice chairman of that committee.

Robinson has also been part of the faculty at annual conventions in San Francisco, Kansas City, Boston, San Diego, and Toronto.

Robinson and wife, Audrey Gail, reside in Street.

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