Casey & Associates, a regional commercial real estate company, relocated its Columbia office to the Parkside Building, 10500 Little Patuxent Parkway, Suite 780, in Columbia. Casey & Associates also has offices in Baltimore and Towson.
The Kemplin Group, a Columbia-based business consulting company, moved to the Woodmere office Park, 9891 Broken Land Parkway, Suite 300, in Columbia.
Kahn, Berman, Solomon & Taibel is the new accounting firm in Towson that was created as a result of a merger of the firms Kahn, Berman & Solomon and Basil Taibel. The firm is located at 1102 E. Joppa Road.
Building Congress & Exchange of Metropolitan Baltimore, a trade association for the construction industry, elected the following officers: Linton S. Marshall III, president of Marshall Craft Associates Inc., president; Charles A. Irish, executive vice president of The Whiting-Turner Contracting Co., president-elect; Richard William Magnani, partner with Whitney, Bailey, Cox & Magnani, first vice president; Harry C. Hess III, executive vice president of Smeallie, Orrick & Janka Ltd., second vice president; Wayne T. Ruth, president of Hunt Valley Masonry Inc., treasurer; N. Frederick Churchman, secretary/treasurer of Enterprise Electric Co., secretary.
Maryland Improvement Contractors Association elected the rTC following officers: Ray Littleton, president of Acra Manufacturing Co. Inc., president; Bob Taylor, president of Taylor & Sons, first vice president; Ken Fisher, president of Fisher Building Products, second vice president; Steve Feldman, president of American Mechanical Sysems, secretary; Kevin Navarre, vice president of Carrollton Bank of Baltimore, treasurer; and Paul Michaud, regional sales manager for Yegen Associates Inc., sergeant at arms.
Maryland Information Technologies Center, a non-profit organization of computer, professional services, telecommunications firms, federal laboratories, higher education institutions and state government, elected Eugene Cacciamani chairman of the board. Mr. Cacciamani is senior vice president of business development for Hughes Network Systems. The following were elected to the board of directors: Edward W. Bautz, director of sales and marketing, C&P Telephone of Maryland; Eugene DeLoatch, Morgan State University School of Engineering; Dr. John V. Evans, vice president and director, COMSAT Laboratories; Dr. Deborah Finley, president, Interactive Communications Inc.; Dr. Vaikunth Gupta, president, Compression Telecommunication Corp.; Clifford M. Kendall, chairman, Computer Data Systems Inc.; Dr. William Kirwan, president, University of Maryland at College Park; Harvey Kushner, president, Kushner Management Planning Corp.; Joseph A. Sciulli, president and CEO, Telecommunications Techniques Corp.; Dr. Audrey S. Theis, assistant secretary, Division of Business Resources, Maryland Department of Economic and Employment Development; Dr. V. David VandeLinde, dean of the Whiting School of Engineering, Johns Hopkins University; Mark Wasserman, secretary, Maryland Department of Economic and Employment Development; and Jack H. Winters, vice president, IBM Corp.
Direct Marketing Association in New York presented awards to the following local advertising agencies: Gold Mailbox to Trahan, Burden & Charles Direct in Baltimore for Manor Hill Food Corp. in Baltimore; Silver Award in the Non-Profit/Fundraising-Direct Mail category to Hodgins Design Inc. in Baltimore for Direct Marketing Association of Washington; Silver Award in the Store Retailing-Electronic category to W. B. Doner & Co. in Baltimore for Jos. A. Bank in Owings Mills; Silver Award in the Non-Store Retailing-Direct Mail category to Trahan, Burden & Charles Direct in Baltimore for the Maryland Lottery and a Bronze Award in the same category for the Baltimore Orioles.
Catterton Printing in Waldorf won an award from the Mohawk Paper Co. for the design and production of pocket folders, business cards and Rolodex cards and for the creative use of coated papers.
Fast & Associates Inc., a Columbia-based advertising agency, won a grand prize for advertising and public relations and first place for direct mail from the National Association of Temporary Services. The advertisements were created for BSI Temporaries Inc.
Jewish Educational Alliance inducted into its Hall of Fame ophthalmologist Dr. Leeds E. Katzen, engineer and builder Jerome H. Scherr, attorney Joseph Omansky and posthumously Julius Rosenberg, a supporter of local Jewish agencies.