Optometrist Joins Firm

Business people

October 28, 1991

Dr. Lisa Anderson has joined Annapolis Opticians as the firm's in-house optometrist. A specialist in contact lens fitting and low-vision problems, she also sees patients at the Johns Hopkins Low Vision Service in Baltimore.

Anderson recently completed a one-year fellowship program at Johns Hopkins, and is interested in expanding Annapolis Opticians' services to low-vision patients, working in conjunction with owner Doug Corby, who specializes in glasses for people with low vision.

A member of the American Optometric Association, Anderson lives in Columbia with her husband.



LOW-vision specialist joins firm


The Annapolis-based law firm of Wright, Wright and Sussman, P.C., has announced that Kathleen M. Elmore will become a principal and director of the firm Friday.

A 1988 graduate of the University of Baltimore School of Law, Elmore has been affiliated with the firm since 1985 in various capacities. Her practice with the firm concentratesin the representation of condominium and homeowner associations.

The firm, recently relocated to Harry S. Truman Parkway in Annapolis,will change its name to Wright, Sussman and Elmore, P.C.


Joel Smith of Environmental Biotech Inc. has been awarded the Anne Arundel County distributorship for the company's waste-eating biological systems. Smith will operate his business out of Annapolis as Environmental Biotech of Maryland.

The company supplies waste-eating bacteria that consume grease starches and sugars. Grease isa major problem for restaurants, causing drain line blockages as well as the costly pumping of grease traps on a regular basis.


George Klander of Millersville recently attended a training seminar in Largo, Fla., conducted by Western Reserve Life Assurance Co. Klander received advanced training in the development and use of financial programs.


R. E. Michel Co. Inc. recently promoted Jim Jackson to the position of director of salesat the Glen Burnie-based company.

Formerly the regional sales manager for Eastern Pennsylvania, Jackson has been with the company for two years.

R. E. Michel is the third largest U.S. distributor of air conditioning, heating and refrigeration equipment, parts and supplies.

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