PRC, a McLean, Va.-based systems integration subsidiary of the Black & Decker Corp., is establishing a Computer-Aided Acquisition and Logistics Support division starting next year. The new division will be headed by Jim Regan, division general manager.
Wright, Wright and Sussman, an Annapolis-based law firm, named Kathleen M. Elmore principal and director of the firm. With the addition, the firm changed its name to Wright, Sussman and Elmore and moved its offices to The Parkway Building, Suite 410, 200 Harry S Truman Parkway, Annapolis.
Casey & Associates Inc., a commercial and industrial real estate firm, moved its Columbia office to the Parkside Building, 10500 Little Patuxent Parkway. Richard H. Pettingill is vice president and manager of the Columbia location.
Thomas C. Iacoboni & Sons Inc., a utility construction business in Baltimore, announced the retirement of Thomas C. Iacoboni and the transfer of most of the company's assets to his son, Thomas J. Iacoboni. The company is now called Iacoboni Site Specialists Inc.
Arista Advertising Inc. recently moved to 9515 Deereco Road, Suite 811, Timonium Corporate Center.
Jane M. Brewer was named Rotarian of the Year by the Rotary Club of Towsontowne. Ms. Brewer is a partner in the Towson office of Katz, Abosch, Windesheim, Gershman & Freedman, an accounting and management/consulting firm.
John G. Evans was named Realtor of the Year by the Greater Baltimore Board of Realtors. While Mr. Evans managed 40 residential sales offices as executive vice president and general sales manager of O'Conor, Piper and Flynn Realtors, he also served as chairman of the Research and Analysis Committee for the Maryland Association of Realtors and is on the board of directors for the National Association of Realtors. Last year Mr. Evans was president of the Baltimore board.
Greenhorne & O'Mara Inc., a Greenbelt-based consulting design firm, won a first place award in a Plat Competition sponsored by the Maryland Society of Surveyors in the Specialty/Presentation Plat Category.
Maryland Governor's Conference on Tourism presented the following awards that recognize industry contributions in public/private partnerships, advertising, special promotions and customer service:
* 1991 Travel Person of the Year: Marty Batchelor, executive director of the Ocean City Visitors and Convention Bureau.
* Maryland Hospitality Award: David Dunn, tour guide, Heritage rTC Tours, Capitol/KOA Campground in Millersville.
* Magazine of the Year: Mid-Atlantic Country.
* Newspaper of the Year: Recreation News.
* Television Station of the Year: WBFF-TV in Baltimore for "Passport to Maryland Memories," a series of public service announcements.
* Writer of the Year: Judy Culbert of Bowie, author of Maryland: Off the Beaten Path.
* Airline Partner of the Year: Icelandair for cooperative promotional campaigns.
* Magazine/Newspaper Advertising: The Baltimore Zoo, produced by W. B. Doner & Co. in Baltimore.
* Brochures: Worcester County Office of Tourism, produced by Robin English Advertising in Salisbury.
* Other Printed Promotional Materials: Rocky Gap Music Festival, produced by McClarran and Williams Inc. in Cumberland.
* Special Promotions: Allegany County Events Calendar, produced by McClarran and Williams Inc. in Cumberland.
Preston Trucking Co. in Preston won Maryland's first Energy Achievement Award that was presented by Gov. William Donald Schaefer. Preston Trucking was one of the first companies in Maryland to participate in Delmarva Power's commercial and industrial indoor lighting program to improve lighting quality and efficiency.
Sheila L. Keller of Annapolis was named one of 10 top female agents with The Equitable, a national life insurance and pension and mutual fund management company.
Alan Villaverde, vice president and general manager of Stouffer's Harborplace Hotel in Baltimore, was named Maryland's Hotelier of the Year by the Maryland Hotel and Motel Association.
Pamela A. Bresnahan was elected assembly delegate to the American Bar Association House of Delegates. Ms. Bresnahan is a partner in the Washington office of Semmes, Bowen & Semmes, a Baltimore-based law firm.
Dr. John M. Freeman recently won the Epilepsy Association of Maryland's 1991 Community Leadership Award. Dr. Freeman is a pediatric neurologist at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.
The Greater Baltimore Board of Realtors elected the following officers: William M. Hesson Jr., a real estate attorney with Frank, Bernstein, Conaway and Goldman, president; Andrew J. A. Chriss, of Manekin Corp., president-elect; Nancy C. Hubble, partner with Wilson & Co., vice president; and Gayle Briscoe, of Otis Warren Real Estate Services, treasurer.
Conference of State Bank Supervisors, based in Washington, named Maryland Bank Commissioner Margie H. Muller chairman of the organization and chair of the Executive Committee and the board of directors.