McLean, Koehler, Sparks & Hammond, a regional accounting...

NEWS IN BRIEF

March 09, 1992

McLean, Koehler, Sparks & Hammond, a regional accounting and business consulting firm, relocated its Frederick office to 1 E. Church St. in the 100 North Market Street building.

PrimeTime Search, a nursing home data base network, is online in Pennsylvania, Ohio and New York in addition to Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C., which started up last August.

Kudos

Arthritis Foundation, Maryland Chapter, presented a Lifetime Achievement Award to J. Henry Butta, retired CEO of C&P Telephone Company of Maryland.

Hotel & Motel Asociation of Greater Baltimore named the following Employees of the Year: Jacquelyn Lee, credit manager, Sheraton Inner Harbor Hotel; Alberta Thomas, mini bar captain, Stouffer Harborplace Hotel; and Christopher Hepner, bellman, Harbor Court Hotel.

Genstar Stone Products Co. in Hunt Valley won an Award of Excellence from the State Highway Administration of the Maryland Department of Transportation for the resurfacing of five miles of I-795 for Owings Mills Boulevard to Route 140.

Richard Clark was appointed to the 1992 Editorial Advisory Board of Bank Investment Representative, a bimonthly magazine for investment marketing and program management in financial institutions. Mr. Clark is president of Chevy Chase Financial Services and Chevy Chase Savings Bank.

Welsh Construction Remodeling Co. in Baltimore won the 1991 Commercial and Residential Contractor of the Year Awards from the Maryland Improvement Contractors Association.

Group 1 Software, a Greenbelt-based provider of computer software to the marketing and mail management industries, won four awards from the Washington, D.C., Chapter of the Society for Technical Communication.

John O. Meyerhoff won the 1991 Community Service Award from the Baltimore City Medical Society for his community service work for Parents Anonymous of Maryland, a non-profit organization that works to eliminate child abuse and neglect. Mr. Meyerhoff is assistant professor of medicine, Division of Rheumatology and Clinical Immunology, University of Maryland School of Medicine.

Choice Hotels International in Silver Spring won three advertising awards from the Hotel Sales and Marketing Association for advertising created by Gray Kirk/VanSant, an advertising agency in Baltimore.

Precision Tune, a Sterling, Va.-based provider of engine tuneups, won a Radio Creative Award for radio commercials created by Gray Kirk/VanSant, an advertising agency in Baltimore.

Trahan, Burden & Charles Public Relations in Baltimore and the National Aquarium in Baltimore won the top award for outstanding public relations in the Campaign/New Opening category for the opening of the Baltimore Aquarium's Marine Mammal Pavilion. The promotion featured a weeklong series of events centered around the opening ceremony and focused on educational activities related to emvironmental concerns. The award was sponsored by the Hotel Sales and Marketing Association International. Doctors Perilla, Sindler & Associates opened a Crossroads Imaging Center at the Crossroads Professional Building, 4801 Dorsey Hall Drive in Ellicott City.

Maryland Professional Management Corp., a provider of financial services for businesses, was opened at 23 Walker Ave. in Pikesville by Peter G. Engelman.

Whitman, Requardt and Associates, a Baltimore-based planning and engineering firm, opened an office in York, Pa., at 2200 S. George St.

Huffle Construction Consultants, a provider of construction consulting, construction management and design management services, was opened at 20201 Century Boulevard in Germantown. Steve Surprenant is president.

Dr. Patricia C. Attman opened a psychiatry practice at the Executive Centre in Pikesville.

Hartge Insurance Associates, a provider of insurance coverage for commercial and recreational boats, was opened at 6523 Locust Grove Road in Easton by Totch Hartge.

Strategic Directions Inc., a provider of marketing and management consulting services, was opened by Ellen Cohan at 11400 Rockville Pike, Suite 750, in Rockville.

New accounts

Cornerstone, a Baltimore-based advertising agency, is representing the community of Russett, a 613-acre development in Laurel.

Adler-Schwartz, a design and marketing communications firm in Timonium, is designing a promotion for the Crystal Light diet soft drink produced by General Foods. The materials produced by Adler-Schwartz will be used primarily at 1,600 Marriott locations in the U.S. and Canada. Adler-Schwartz also is designing a logo and brochure for the Commercial Flooring Division of Armstrong World Industries.

Nicholas & Associates, an Ellicott City-based employee benefit consulting firm, was hired by the Omni Inner Harbor Hotel in Baltimore to provide record-keeping and administrative services for the hotel's 401(k) employee retirement plan. Nicholas was also hired by MET Electrical Testing Co. to review its employee benefits program and to design and implement a flexible-benefits program.

Commercial Building Maintenance Services Inc., an Ellicott City-based janitorial service, won a contract from Providence United Methodist Church.

The Bomstein Agency in Washington is providing advertising services for the Potomac Knolls development in Fort Washington.

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