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NEWS IN BRIEF

March 16, 1992

Marilyn Henderson moved her interior design firm from Washington to Annapolis. The office is located at 804 Bay Ridge Ave. Maryland Paper Box Co. in Baltimore was named Manufacturer of the Year by the Retail Packaging Manufacturers

Association.

Greenhorne & O'Mara Inc., a consulting design company in Towson, won an Award of Excellence from the Maryland Chapter of the National Association of Industrial and Office Parks. The award is for the land planning and engineering services Greenhorne & O'Mara provided for the Meadowridge Business Center in Howard County.

Dundalk Community College in Baltimore won two Paragon Awards in a competition sponsored by the National Council of Marketing and Public Relations. One award was for a 60-second radio commercial and the other award was for a single-color brochure to promote the Dundalk Art Gallery's 1991-1992 season.

Renie Brown was named Woman of the Year by the Francis Scott Key Chapter of the American Business Women's Association. Ms. Brown is manager of technology planning for Bell Atlantic in Baltimore.

Robert A. Marino won the Richard P. Mueller Award for Engineering Excellence from EA Engineering, Science and Technology Inc. in Baltimore. Mr. Marino is a mechanical engineer with EA.

Sean L. Westly won the Most Promising Engineer Award at the Black Engineer of the Year Awards Conference held Feb. 27-29 in Baltimore. Mr. Westly is an electrical engineer at Greiner Inc. in Timonium.

Jordan Kitt's Music, a chain of keyboard instrument stores based in College Park, honored Byron Brown for $1.2 million in 1991 sales and Patti Kesterson for $1 million in 1991 sales.

Open for business

Gossling Group Inc., a marketing and communications company, was opened by Susan Gossling at 2901 Boston St., Suite 311, in Baltimore.

Harbor Family Care, an off-site health care clinic, was opened in Baltimore at the renovated Inner Harbor Ford site at 2900 S. Hanover St., across the street from Harbor Hospital Center. Most of Harbor Hospital Center's primary and specialty clinics that formerly were offered through the hospital's Outpatient Department are now at the new facility.

Maryland Office Interiors Inc., a Baltimore-based office furniture dealer, opened a showroom in Washington in the Commercial National Bank Building at 1405 G St. N.W.

New accounts

Mitchell & Associates Inc., an advertising and public relations firm in Owings Mills and Bethesda, is doing communications work for Zarin Electric, an electrical company in Brentwood.

Damar Group, a personal computer training and consulting firm in Columbia, is providing computer training for the Rouse Company in Columbia.

Daniel Consultants Inc., a consulting engineering firm in Columbia, won a $300,000 contract from the Federal Highway Administration for a Traffic Control Equipment and Software Demonstration Project, and a $263,000 contract from the Federal Bureau of Prisons for Cumberland Prison Construction Management Services.

Rosse & Associates Inc., an advertising and marketing communications agency in Sparks, is representing Steiner Optics.

Marketing & Design Inc., a Columbia-based advertising, public relations and marketing support company, is representing Accutech International Inc., an importer of photographic processing equipment also in Columbia.

Pell Communication Inc., an advertising agency in Hunt Valley, is representing Davish Communications, a provider of 800 and 900 telephone number services.

Trade organizations

American College of Real Estate Lawyers named Mark Pollak a member. Mr. Pollak is a partner in the Baltimore law firm Piper & Marbury.

Emergency Nurses Association, Metropolitan Baltimore Chapter, elected the following officers: Patricia J. Kelly, instructor at Harbor Hospital Center's School of Nursing, president; Mark E. Shario, director of emergency services at Franklin Square Hospital Center, president-elect; Sue Doherty, Emergency Department at Harbor Hospital Center, secretary; and Pat Epifanio, emergency nurse coordinator of the Maryland Institute

of Emergency Medical Services System, treasurer.

Maryland Hotel & Motel Association elected Alan Villaverde, vice president and general manager of Stouffer Harborplace Hotel in Baltimore, president; Ralph Green of Choice Hotels in Silver Spring, vice president; and Ken Pinchak, general manager of the Columbia Inn, secretary/treasurer.

Maryland Restaurant Associaton elected Richard McClure secretary. Mr. McClure is general manager of Carrol's Creek restaurant in Annapolis.

Maryland Builders Association appointed Leslie A. Mostow to the board of directors. Mr. Mostow is a principal in the accounting firm Reznick, Fedder & Silverman.

Public service

Mary A. Harrington was elected to the Board of Directors at the Maryland School for the Blind. Ms. Harrington is vice president and division officer of Employment and Employee

Relations for First National Bank of Maryland.

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