Cheerleaders Win Prize


September 22, 1991

Arthur Slade's cheerleading squad captured the Spirit Award at the NCA cheerleading camp this summer in Columbia. The event marked the first time the members had worked as a team after being selected in May.

Slade's team was presented with Spirit pins in front of the 170 participants at the competition. Squad members will wear the pins when cheering for Slade's soccer and basketball teams.

The squad is comprised of captain Katy Agro, co-captain Corinna Collins, Michelle Brown, Sarah Tucker, Angie Dragos, Jessie Toth, Marie Foty, Julie Zimmerman, Rachel Cook, Courtney Hall, Erin Mundy and Hillary Herlehy.


Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts recently elected three members to its board of trustees.

Allen C. Shay, vice president for U.S. Sprint Communications, is a graduate of Davidson College and a board member on the Washington Chapter of the Armed Force Communications and Electronics Association. An avid golfer and cyclist, Shay is married, has three children and has lived in Annapolis for eight years.

John M. Suit II, president andchief executive officer of Farmers National Bank of Maryland, is a longtime resident of Annapolis and received his bachelor's of science degree in business management from the University of Baltimore. He isa member of the American Bankers Association, Maryland Bankers Association and Anne Arundel General Health Care Systems Board of Trustees, and sits on the Committee on Recommendations for the Federal Reserve Bank.

Randy L. Raudabaugh, Maryland manager of Friendswood Development Co., graduated with honors from Louisiana State University with an master's of business administration in financing and a bachelor's of science degree in marketing. Residing in Millersville, he is married, has two children, and has been involved as a volunteer for a variety of community youth organizations. Active in several trade organizations, Raudabaugh currently oversees the development of Friendswood's South River Colony near Annapolis.


Charles Carroll House president Dr. Robert L. Worden has announced the appointment of Robert J. Mahn as chairman of the Campaign for the Charles Carroll House.

Mahn, associated with the organization as a volunteer since 1990, recently retired as senior vice president and controller after 22 years with Fannie Mae.

A member of the American Institute and New York Society of Certified Public Accountants, he resides in South River Landing in Edgewater with his wife, Carol.



Named to chair campaign


Linda Mielke, formerly director of the Clearwater (Fla.) Public Library, is the new associate administrator of the Anne Arundel County Public Library, headquartered in Annapolis.

Mielke will supervise the library's branch managers and evaluate branch performance. Her responsibilities include assisting the library director in planning and budgeting, providing leadership on library policies, developing new programs and services, and overseeing building maintenance.

Active in several professional associations, Mielke resides in Severna Park with her husband and two children.



New library administrator


North Arundel Hospital has named Cindy Gracy Swinarsky as its occupational therapist. She will be responsible for evaluating and treating patients whose physical problems may impair daily living skills.

Coordination, range of motion and strength, as well as enhancing the patient's self-care skills, are also part of Swinarsky's new duties.

Swinarsky lives in Pasadena withher husband.


North Arundel Hospital's nurse manager of its 3A Medical-Surgical Unit, Mary Burrell-Turner, has been selected for the 1992 "Who's Who Among Rising Young Americans" byCitation Directories Ltd.

Turner was chosen for this honor for her professional and community accomplishments.

Turner supervises the 37-bed medical-surgical unit, assesses the quality of patient care and schedules staff. Born in Sumterville, Ala., Turner and her husband reside in Glen Burnie.



Makes 'Who's Who' list


North Arundel Hospital has named Thomas William Furlow Jr., M.D., medical director for its Comprehensive Rehabilitation Care facility. The facility is a joint venture of North Arundel and the University of Maryland Medical System.

As medical director of CRC, Furlow's responsibilities include overseeing the medical and clinical portions of therehabilitation programs.

A 1971 graduate of George Washington University's School of Medicine, Furlow is an active reservist in the Army Medical Corps.

Born in Orange, Calif., Furlow now lives in Annapolis.

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