Chamber Elects Board

Business people

October 14, 1991

The Baltimore/Washington Corridor Chamber, a Laurel-based regional business association serving members in Anne Arundel, Howard, Montgomery and Prince George's counties recently elected new board members.

Newly elected were: Marque Jefferson, president, Baltimore/Washington Computer Consultants Inc.; Jill Mooty, CPA, Pear, Fagan & Bormel, PA; Martin Sharpless, president, Citizen National Bank; Robert Shinskie, manager of Business Development and Marketing, NSC Contractors Inc.; and Russell Warfel, law partner at Meyers, Billingsley, Curry Shipley, Rodbell & Rosenbaum.


Pam Williams, office manager and tour guide for Three Centuries Tours of Annapolis, has been named Visitor Industry Employee of the Year by the Annapolis and Anne Arundel County Conference and Visitors Bureau.

Nominations for this first-time award were submitted by member business of the Conference & Visitors Bureau. The award honors individuals who work in Anne Arundel County and are employed by a member of the bureau.

Williams received prizes worth approximately $700, including a stay for two at Gibson's Lodging, bay cruises and mealsat restaurants.


John J. Ryan, a graduate of the University of Maryland School of Law and a Phi Beta Kappa scholar,recently announced the opening of his own law practice in Annapolis.

Ryan, formerly of Frank, Bernstein, Conaway and Goldman, concentrates in the area of civil litigation but handles a variety of legal work.


Alan M. Landay, branch manager of Metlife Annapolis, was honored recently at the company's management leaders conference in Tennessee.

Landay was inducted in to the elite management "500" club. The award recognizes branch management who perform inthe top 5 percent of Metlife.

Landay has been the Annapolis branch manager since 1984 and has received the company's Majesty Award forrecruiting excellence three times as well as the management Eagle Award for quality branch management.


Real estate agent Jon Phillips has joined the Annapolis office of Shannon & Luchs Realtors.

A native of Indiana, he currently resides in Annapolis with his wife, Susan.

Phillips owned his own architectural practice in the Midwest.

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