Horizon Health & Rehabilitation, an outpatient...

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January 13, 1992

Horizon Health & Rehabilitation, an outpatient rehabilitation facility in Ellicott City, formed an Adult Medical Day Program in cooperation with Almost Family of Columbia. The two facilities are working together to meet the rehabilitation and daytime supervision needs of people with neurological disorders, chronic pain and orthopedic disabilities.

Griffith Consumers, a Cheverly-based distributor of petroleum products, acquired most of the assets of the gasoline distribution and service station business of Calotex Delaware Inc.

Kudos

Bel Air Athletic Club in Bel Air was named one of the five best-managed health and fitness clubs in North America by IRSA, The Association of Quality Clubs, a Boston-based trade organization of health and fitness clubs. Bel Air Athletic Club was honored because it was one of the first clubs in the country to establish a medically based professional advisory committee, to distribute a community-wide fitness newsletter and initiated /^ IRSA's annual Commit to Get Fit Program.

RTKL Associates Inc., a planning and urban design firm in Baltimore, won a Grand Design Award from the Baltimore Chapter of The American Institute of Architects for the plan and design of the Camden Yards Sports Complex in Baltimore. RTKL also won a merit award from the International Downtown Association and an Outstanding Planning Implementation Award from the Maryland Chapter of the American Planning Association for the consensus plan produced for Downtown Raleigh, N.C.

Will Maier won the Man of the Year Award, Retention Award and Directors' Award from the U.S. Martial Arts Association. Mr. Maier is founder and chief instructor of United Martial Arts Academy in Glen Burnie.

Bruce Scherr was named president of the Home Builders Association of Maryland. Mr. Scherr is president of Bruce Scherr Development Co. Inc.

John A. Kozelski, president of Village Builders Inc. in Timonium, was elected president of the Home Owners Warranty Council of Maryland Inc., member of the board of directors and Executive Committee of the Home Builders Association of Maryland and vice president and a member of the board of directors for the Baltimore County Chapter of the Home Builders Association of Maryland.

Open for business

Worthington Financial Group, a commercial loan brokerage firm, was opened at 12113 Faulkner Drive in Owings Mills by Robert G. Pollokoff.

Jeffrey A. Legum opened Budget Tax Services Inc. in Brooklyn Park Plaza on Ritchie Highway. The company will prepare federal and state income tax returns.

Public service

Mount Washington Pediatric Foundation Inc. in Baltimore elected Paul W. Boltz, vice president and financial economist for T. Rowe Price Associates, chairman of the board of trustees, and Sandra K. Dalsheimer vice chairman of the board of trustees. Named trustees were: Faith D. Dodge, assistant vice president, Mercantile-Safe Deposit & Trust Co.; John T. Everett, assistant to the president, Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.; Nancy M. Gephart, volunteer for Mount Washington Pediatric Hospital; volunteers Gloria Myers and Carole Sibel; and Tyrone D. Taborn, president and a founder of Career Communications Group Inc.

Mt. Washington Pediatric Home and Community Care Inc. elected Thomas P. Spies, senior vice president, Cochran, Stephenson & Donkervoet Inc., as chairman of the board of trustees and Sonya G. Z. Goodman, executive director, Irvington Knolls Care Center and owner of Chai Management Co. Inc., vice chairman of the board of trustees. Named trustees were: Norwood Theodore Coates, president and CEO of Century 21 Associated Real Estate Inc.; Lynn Deering, partner, Patapsco Associates; volunteer Nancy M. Gephart; Charlton C. Hughes of the Parents' Association Executive Board, Waldorf School of Baltimore; Dr. Misbah Kahn, associate professor of pediatrics, University of Maryland School of Medicine; John D. Long, senior vice president, Citizens Bank of Maryland; Dr. Lawrence C. Pakula, associate professor of pediatrics, the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine; Marietta B. Ries, interior design assistant for SMB Design Inc.; and Brenda G. Smith, president and founder of DICOMM Inc.

Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital Inc. also elected William T. Define, partner in the law firm Miles & Stockbridge, chairman and Anilkumar Hoffberg, partner in the law firm Frank, Bernstein, Conaway and Goldman, vice chairman. Dr. Benjamin S. Carson Sr., Samuel L. Banks, James L. Buxbaum, Charlton C. Hughes, Larry May, Mary V. Neal and Phyllis T.S. Reese were named trustees.

Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America, Maryland Chapter, elected the following officers and trustees: Dr. Philip S. Norman, chairman of the board; Richard McAlee, president; Howard Jacobs, treasurer; Martha Dewey, secretary; and Linda Borschuk, board of trustees.

American Red Cross, Central Maryland Chapter, elected the following to the board of directors: Rene Frazier, vice president and chief operating officer of Lutheran Health Care Corp.; Barry Rosen, chairman and CEO of Gordon, Feinblatt, Rothman, Hofberger & Hollander; Brother Kevin Strong, president of Calvert Hall College; Richard H. White, senior vice president of the Loan Review Division for First National Bank of Maryland; G. Dowell Schwartz Jr., vice president of the General Services Division for Baltimore Gas & Electric Co.; and Susan M. Rosko, president of Susan Rosko and Associates.

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