CMC Occupational Health relocated to 306 W. Fayette St. in...


August 12, 1991

CMC Occupational Health relocated to 306 W. Fayette St. in Baltimore.


Foster and Green Advertising in Baltimore won an Excellence in Advertising Award from Engineering News Record for a full-page color ad created for Hayward Baker Inc.

Jerry Fader, owner of Heritage Volkswagen in Owings Mills, was named one of the top VW dealers in the country by Volkswagen United States.

Open for business

Omni Title Co., a real estate settlement and title insurance company, opened at 131 E. Main St. in Elkton. Michael P. Ward is president and owner and Michele Ward is settlement and office manager.

Douron Inc., a supplier of office furniture and supplies, opened a showroom and retail outlet at 103 Painters Mill Road in Owings Mills.

Annapolis Harbour Center, at Route 2 and Patuxent Boulevard, has several new stores: Foot Locker, Enchanted Art, Poppets, Tower Records and T.G.I. Friday's Restaurant. The shopping center is a development of Lerner Enterprises of North Bethesda.

New accounts

Parks and Ottenheimer advertising in Baltimore is representing Radisson Plaza Lord Baltimore Hotel, Seed Corp. of America and Howard County General Hospital.

Pell Communications Inc. in Cockeysville is creating an advertising campaign for CSI, a Baltimore distributor of Canon photocopy and facsimile machines.

Robert Feldman and Associates Inc., a Bethesda-based real estate marketing firm, is producing an advertising campaign for Westwinds, a home development in Chantilly, Va., by Phoenix Construction Enterprises.

Public service

League for the Handicapped Inc. in Baltimore elected the following officers: president, Margery K. Pozefsky, a studio potter in Baltimore; vice president, Melissa Berge, a member of the board of directors for Valley Planning Council and Children's Hospital in Baltimore; treasurer, John Wilson, managing partner with C. W. Amos & Co. in Baltimore; secretary, Anastasia Watson-Smith, associate with Gordon, Feinblatt, Rothman, Hoffberger & Hollander in Baltimore. The league also named the following members of the board: Penny Bank, board of directors of the National Aquarium in Baltimore; Richard Batterton, assistant superintendent of schools in the state Department of Education; Harshi B. DeSai, chairman of the management and law department at Loyola College in Baltimore; Harvey Goldberg, president of the Freedom Drug Group in Baltimore; John Lancaster, executive assistant to the chairman of the President's Committee on Employment of People with Disabilities in Washington; Suzanne Levin-Silverman, interior design associate at Louis Mazor Inc. in Baltimore; Robert R. Levine, vice president of Manor Hill Food Corp. in Baltimore; Denise Maker, program specialist at the Baltimore Department of Human Resources; Thomas F. O'Neil Jr., investment adviser with D. F. Dent and Co. in Baltimore; Dr. Steven J. Poliakoff, medical doctor and attorney who is assistant attorney general for the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene in Baltimore; and Kathryn Remington Kramer, associate with Stevens Management Associates in Baltimore.

Maryland Science Center in Baltimore named Gary T. DiCamillo and Gregory C. Pinkard to the board of trustees. Mr. DiCamillo is vice president of Black & Decker Corp. and Mr. Pinkard is assistant vice president and general manager of W. C. Pinkard & Co.

United Way of Central Maryland elected Richard P. Sullivan chairman of the board of directors, Arnold Williams treasurer and Ernest R. Grecco secretary. Mr. Sullivan is president of Ferris, Baker Watts Inc. Mr. Williams is managing partner of Abrams, Foster, Nole & Williams, and Mr. Grecco is president of the Metropolitan Council of AFL-CIO Unions.

Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Co. gave a $1,600 gift to the Community College of Baltimore Foundation Inc. for a scholarship endowment for students pursuing a degree in telecommunications.

The Children's Guild Inc., a day treatment program in Baltimore for emotionally disturbed children, named the following to the Board of Officers: president, Robert Rothe, property manager for First Office Management, a division of Equity Property Management Corp.; first vice president, Mimi McDonough, vice president with First National Bank of Maryland; vice president, Earl Mello, retired principal of the Charles Hickey School; vice president, Kathy Jacobson Fried, of Fried Dinwoodie Design Inc.; treasurer, Stephen L. Hecht, president of Wolman-Hecht Inc.; and secretary, Anita Alexander, customer relations department of Maryland National Bank.

Trade organizations

Maryland Credit Union League in Towson named William M. Griffin chairman of the board. Mr. Griffin is chief executive officer of State Employees Credit Union of Maryland Inc.

The Maryland Hospital Association, an independent association of trustees who serve on Maryland hospital boards, elected the following officers: chairman, W. Moorhead Vermilye, president of Talbot Bank in Easton and vice chairman of Memorial Hospital in Easton; vice chairman, Frederick O. Mitchell, chairman of Upper Chesapeake Health System; secretary, David C. Daneker, Baltimore attorney and trustee of Liberty Medical Center; and treasurer, Joyce D. Bishoff, chairman of Garrett County Memorial Hospital in Oakland.

Maryland Trial Lawyers Association named Janelle Cousino executive director.

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