DISC Inc., a NYNEX company, will move to new headquarters...

NEWS IN BRIEF

August 19, 1991

DISC Inc., a NYNEX company, will move to new headquarters in the McDonogh Crossroads Building at 25 Crossroads Drive in

Owings Mill.

Friedman & Fuller, a regional CPA firm, relocated their Maryland office to 2400 Research Blvd. in Rockville.

Gann Corp. relocated to 1607 Wicomico St. in Baltimore. The phone number and fax number will remain the same.

Design & Packaging Inc., Cockeysville, has completed the purchase of Allied Packaging Associates, Westminster. The combined operations are located at 109 Beaver Court, Cockeysville.

Preferred Health Network announced that Union Memorial Hospital has become a part of its FlexChoice Network.

Davison Electronics Inc., a Baltimore-based security technology, systems, and services firm, will change its name to DEI, with the logo "Integrated Security Control Systems."

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 Radiological Society elected Larry Holder M.D., a senior partner in the radiology group of Drs.Schultze, Snider and Associates, president; John Reeder, M.D., vice president; Allan Weksberg, M.D., secretary; and Harry Knipp. M.D., treasurer.The Public Relations Society of America, Maryland Chapter, elected Neil Alperstein president. Mr. Alperstein is an assistant professor of Writing Media at Loyola College.The Maryland Builders Association re-elected Francis X. Borgerding as president. Mr. Borgerding is an attorney and vice president of Regional Management Inc. Noble Steed Associates, a Baltimore-based advertising and marketing firm, won gold awards in the Television Single Spot and Newspaper Single Ad categories; a silver award in the Total Advertising Campaign category; and two merit awards in the Newspaper Series and Newspaper Single Ad categories -- all in the 1991 National Healthcare Marketing Awards Competition. The agency also won two "Telly" statuettes in this year's television advertising national awards competition.

Carla Frank, of Carla Frank Design, a Baltimore graphic design firm, received six design awards for her work, in competitions sponsored by the Art Directors Club of Metropolitan Washington, the Council for the Advancement and Support of Education and Print magazine.Hodgins Design Inc., a Baltimore-based full-service design agency, received gold and silver awards from the Direct Marketing Association of Washington for the creation of a direct-mail package for the Women's Direct Response Group of Washington.

Clark Keller Inc. of Annapolis, has been awarded a Certificate of Design Excellence from Print magazine. The piece will appear in the Print Regional Design Annual/1991.

Baltimore County received a "Superior," tops in category, award from the American Economic Development Commission for their men's neckties entry. The tie was designed and created by Delta Consultants, Limited.

Carl Zambon of Squibb U.S. Pharmaceutical Division, a division of Bristol-Myers Squibb Co., was among the company's Go-Getter Award winners for outstanding sales performance

during 1990.

Gov. William Donald Schaefer will receive the Annual Service Award for outstanding contribution to the growth and progress of the retail industry from Maryland Retail Merchants Association. The award will be presented at the Second Annual Merchant's Ball on Nov. 9.

Belinda Crosby Butler, an art director for the Annapolis marketing communications firm Crosby Communications, won the Letterhead/Stationery category for the Mid-Atlantic region from Print magazine for her logo design.

Whitmore Printing of Annapolis has been selected as a Merit Award winner for its entries in the 1991 Printing Industries of America, Inc. international graphic arts competition. The winning entries are The Marion E. Warren Calendar and the cover of the "Then Again . . . Annapolis, 1900-1965" book.

Eisner & Associates Inc., an advertising and public relations agency, received the Award of Excellence for its 1990 multimedia image campaign for Farmers & Mechanics National Bank in Frederick from the Bank Marketing Association's 1991 ++ Advertising Awards Competition in Chicago.

The following Maryland residents have earned their certified professional designation for association managers from the American Society of Association Executives: Thomas C. Busch of Alumni Association International; Arlene C. Deverman, American Chamber of Commerce Executives; John L. Fiegel, International Management Group Inc.; David C. Lorms, American Society of Hospital Pharmacists; William P. Miller, Mid-Atlantic Food Dealers Association; Bruce L. Moyer, Federal Managers Association; Robin R. Platts, Sheppard Pratt Health System; Robert J. Rubel, National Alliance for Safe Schools; John Sharbaugh, American Institute of Certified Public Accountants; and C. J.

Smith, American Society of Naval Engineers.

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