Vanreuth Nominated

Business people

September 16, 1991

Mark VanReuth of Brightview Builders Inc. in Annapolis has recently been nominated for the Remodeler of the Year Award.

The contest, sponsored by the Home Builders Association of Maryland, will place VanReuth in competition with six other remodelers throughout the state. The award is based on professionalism, quality of construction and customer service.

A construction business professional for 14 years, VanReuth is a member of the Remodelers Council.


Terry W. Brukiewa of Glen Burnie has renewed his membership in the Association of Bridal Consultants.

Brukiewa operates Grand Affairs, a full-service bridal consultant and event planner in Glen Burnie that offers creative and personalized events.

A member since 1989, he is a graduate of the association.


Metropolitan Life recently announced that David Gary has been appointed associate manager of the firm's Annapolis branch, at Heritage Office Center on Riva Road.

Gary, who joined Metropolitan Life in 1989, recently returned from theleadership conference in Nashville, Tenn. His 1990 achievements placed him among the company's top 10 percent of account representatives.

Gary resides with his wife in Annapolis.

Also in Annapolis, Francis A. Momodu has been appointed field account representative for Metropolitan Life & Affiliated Cos.

Momodu joined Metropolitan Lifeafter completing a four-month training program in insurance and investment products.


Heidler Inc., a plumbing andheating firm in Annapolis, recently announced that two employees, William Bates and Timothy McDonald, have passed the state Master Plumbers' exam.

Both are recognized as master plumbers by the Maryland State Plumbing Board. The exam covers all state code requirements, mathematical calculations and plumbing design.


Dr. Michael R. Clemmens has recently joined the Annapolis Pediatrics, at 200 Forbes St. in Annapolis.

Prior to relocating, Clemmens was the director of emergency services for Children's Hospital in Denver, and assistant professor of pediatrics at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center. He also was medical director of Children'sHome Care at the Children's Hospital.

Clemens received his certification in pediatrics in 1986 and subspecializes in pediatric emergency medicine, child abuse and minor trauma.


Clark and Anderson PA, a Glen Burnie accounting firm, recently announced that Ronald E. Antlitz has joined the firm as a partner.

With 24 years in public practice and private industry, Antlitz will direct comprehensive accounting, auditing, tax and consulting services for emerging businesses, and will be a member of the firm's administrativeteam.

A graduate of Johns Hopkins University, Antlitz is past officer of the Anne Arundel County chapter of the Maryland Association of Certified Public Accountants and has served on the Professional Development Committee of the Maryland State Board of Public Accountancy and Federal Taxation Committee of the Maryland Association of Certified Accountants.


Elanne of Annapolis has announced a showing of jewelry created by Diana Parker from 2 to 6 p.m. Sept. 16 and 17 at 27 Maryland Ave.

Until 1980, Parker owned women's specialty shops in Annapolis, Ocean City and White Flint. Since then, she has been living in Santa Barbara, Calif., designing a line of contemporary ethnic jewelry.


Al Grzech, D.D.S.,has returned to the Annapolis area to open Cosmetic Dental Specialties, a dental practice featuring cosmetic, restorative and prosthetic dental care.

Born and raised in Anne Arundel County, Grzech taughtscience at county high schools and received his dental degree from the University of Maryland. He operates his own practice in the U.S. Virgin Islands and has worked for the U.S. Department of Health.


Habib Khameneh and Mort Toossi, account executives for Metropolitan Life's Annapolis office, were recently honored for outstanding sales and service achievement at the company's Leaders' Conference at the Opryland Resort, Nashville, Tenn.

Khameneh's 1990 record placed him among the firm's top 10 percent of all account and sales representatives.

A resident of Rockville, Khameneh is a retired major general and fighter pilot with the Imperial Iranian Air Force.

As a licensed life and health insurance agent, he has been honored twice with MetLife's President's Conference, and three times with the Metropolitan Pacesetter Award. He is a member of the Million Dollar Round Table Society.

Toossi's 1990 record placed him in the company's top 10 percent in sales.

A licensed life, health, property and casualty agent, Toossi is a registered representative with the National Association of Securities Dealers.

Toossi, who resides with his wife and daughter in Potomac, is a retired colonel with the Imperial Iranian Air Force.


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