Kelly-Chick & Associates, a Hunt Valley-based group healt...

NEWS IN BRIEF

November 04, 1991

Kelly-Chick & Associates, a Hunt Valley-based group healt insurance company, has sold its property and casualty division to Murray Insurance Agency of Scranton, Pa. David Kelly was appointed president of Kelly-Murray, the property and casualty division. Francis X. Kelly continues as owner and president of Kelly-Chick, the life, pension and health insurance division.

Phoenix Marketing Inc., a marketing and business consulting company, recently moved to 11400 Rockville Pike in north Bethesda.

Kudos

Dr. Lew C. Schon won the Humana Award for Excellence from the American Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society for his work identifying nerve problems as the cause of some cases of chronic heel pain. Dr. Schon, a Union Memorial Hospital orthopedic surgeon specializing in foot and ankle disorders, won

a $10,000 research grant and a $2,000 stipend.

Craig Alig won the Melville Award from the David Taylor Research Center, a U.S. Navy research facility in Annapolis. Mr. Alig heads the environmental protection branch and won the award for his work to reduce pollution and hazardous wastes generated by Navy ships.

Open for business

Kawneer Co., a Norcross, Ga., manufacturer of architectural aluminum products, opened a service center in Beltsville, 12091 Indian Creek Court.

Folkemer Photo, a photographic, computer imaging and computer enhancement center, opened a fourth location at 8450 Baltimore National Pike.

Douron Inc., a supplier of office furniture and office supplies, opened a showroom at 103 Painters Mill Road in Owings Mills. Shirley Clark is manager.

A Special Touch, a shop specializing in wigs, head coverings and products for women who have undergone mastectomies, opened in the Generals Building at 2086 Generals Highway, Suite 201, in Annapolis.

Provident Bank of Maryland opened a branch at 4131 E. Joppa Road in Perry Hall.

Subway Sandwiches and Salads is opening a store in the Lake Shore Plaza Shopping Center in Pasadena.

Synergy, a health and fitness club for women, opened at 8815 Columbia 100 Parkway in Columbia. The club is owned by Charmaine B. Gordon, an attorney and aerobics instructor.

New accounts

Boucher, Boucher & Yuhanick, a Baltimore-based advertising and public relations firm, is planning the opening and closing ceremonies for the 1992 U.S. Olympic Gymnastics Trials.

McShea & Co. Inc., a Gaithersburg-based commercial real estate company, was named leasing and management agent for Shady Grove Dialysis Building. The two-story, 27,000- square-foot medical office building is located off Key West Avenue in Gaithersburg.

Marketing Resources, a Columbia-based advertising and marketing service company, is providing television and print

promotions for Oak Tree furniture in Columbia.

Morris & Ritchie Associates Inc., a planning and civil engineering consulting firm in Bel Air, won a contract to prepare an urban renewal and redevelopment plan for the town of Perryville.

Columbia Design Collective, an architecture, interior planning and landscape architecture company, won a contract from Baltimore County to study the feasibility of turning the Pikes Theater in Pikesville into a performing arts center.

Sarah Pick Associates, an Ellicott City-based public relations and marketing company, is producing a retail marketing campaign for Flying Colors, an automotive touch-up painting service.

Network Designs Inc., a Columbia-based computer network integrations company, is providing remote and on-site maintenance work for the computers at Saint Agnes Hospital in Baltimore.

Agency Group Inc. in Linthicum Heights was named the regional distributor for Dual-Lite, a Newtown, Conn.-based manufacturer of emergency lighting equipment.

Crosby Communications, an Annapolis-based marketing communications firm, is representing Anne Arundel County Office of Economic Development, Ginger Cove retirement community in Annapolis, Walden Golf Club in Crofton and the Greater BWI Commuter Transportation Center.

Trade organizations

The University of Baltimore named Allan C. Sanders, CPA, a manager in the accounting firm of Kamanitz, Uhlfelder and Permison, P.A., as chairman of the career development committee.

Women in Retail Real Estate elected the following officers: president, Sheri Inkeles of Federal Realty Investment Trust; vice president, Christine Kaufman of NV Retail Inc.; recording secretary, Marilyn Coolidge of Melville Inc.; corresponding secretary, Beverly Dietz of Pence-Friedel Developers Inc.; treasurer, Mary Kuschatka of Charter Real Estate Corp.; membership-chair, Avis Black of Safeway Stores; program-chair, Phyllis Harlow of Rosenthal-Shuler Realty Partners Inc.; public relations-chair, Mary Cole of the Corridor Real Estate Journal; and newsletter-chair, Holly Hendrickson of Commercial Leasing & Management Inc.

Anne Arundel Trade Council appointed Jeannine Weaver membership director.

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