3 Associates Honored


January 20, 1992

Three sales associates at the Annapolis office of Shannon & Luchs Realtors were recently recognized for outstanding achievements for the third quarter of 1991.

The top Shannon & Luchs professionals who received awards were Pam Goldberg, Judy Leichtman and Grace Platt.

Pam Goldberg was recognized for both Top Listings Sold and Top Dollar Volume for the office for the third quarter.

Top Total Transactions for the office went to Judy Leichtman for the period.

GracePlatt received the Top First Year Licensee award for the Annapolis office for the third quarter of 1991.


Ian Harris has been named president of Alloy Spot Welders, a division of UNC Inc., an Annapolis-based aviation company.

Harris brings to his new position extensive management experience in manufacturing for theaviation industry. Harris joined Alloy Spot Welders from Chromalloy,where he served as Factory Manager of European Operations in the Netherlands.

Alloy Spot Welders fabricates complex honeycomb structural parts for engine, airframe and hushkit manufacturers.



Heads Alloy Spot Welders


Kimberly Smith of John E. Harms Jr. and Associates recently received certification as a Registered Landscape Architect.

Harms and Associates is a planning, engineering and survey consulting firm with offices in Pasadena and Columbia.

Smith, a 1987 graduate of Pennsylvania State University, joined Harms and moved to Annapolis two years ago and is active in the local sailboat racing scene.

Smith is a member of the American Society of Landscape Architects, the American Planning Association and the Foundation for Architecture.

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