Fitzsimmons Inducted

Business people

February 24, 1992

Terence Fitzsimmons, a marine surveyor for an Annapolis design firm,has been accepted as a member of the National Association of Marine Surveyors.

Fitzsimmons, originally of Liverpool, England, has beenan active member of the Annapolis marine industry since his arrival in 1971. His Annapolis marine accomplishments include founding the yacht brokerage firm of Fitzsimmons and Huckins.

Fitzsimmons is the marine surveyor for Kaufman Design, the Annapolis firm of naval architects and marine engineers.

ILLUSTRATION: PHOTO TERENCE FITZSIMMONS

CAPTION: Joins national association

2 REALTORS HONORED

Judy Leichtman and Pam Goldberg were recognized as the top producers for the Annapolis office of Shannon & LuchsRealtors.

In comparison with the January 1991 figures, the Annapolis office has shown a 67 percent increase in total sales and a 74 percent increase in total dollar volume in January 1992.

WHVY APPOINTS 5

Management at radio station WHVY-FM, 103.1, known as "The Underground," recently announced five personnel additions to the station's staff.

Howard Hyatt is the new sales manager; Mary Kaye LeMay willbe promotions/marketing director; Jim Hughes and Dawn Petr will handle local sales; and Kevin Raimond took the position of entertainment specialist.

The Underground is owned and operated by Vision Broadcasting.

KELLY APPOINTED DIRECTOR

John Kelly has been appointed director of information technology for UNC Inc., the Annapolis-based aviation company.

Kelly's career spans more than 25 years in information technology, beginning at the U.S. Department of Defense.

He most recently served as vice president with MNC Information Services.

In his new position, Kelly will be responsible for developing a company-wide management information systems mission statement, standardization techniques and long-term strategy.

ILLUSTRATION: PHOTO JOHN KELLY

CAPTION: Appointed as director

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