Busch wins honorsDel. Michael Busch has been named...

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May 11, 1992

Busch wins honors

Del. Michael Busch has been named Legislator of the Year for 1992 by the Marine Trades Association of Maryland and the Anne Arundel Marine Trades Association.

Busch, a second-term delegate and a member of the House Economic Matters Committee, was the sponsor of HB 1436, which allows for yacht salespeople to be independent contractors, rather than employees. The legislation was strongly endorsed by the Marine Trades and Yacht Brokers associations.

He also serves as chairman of the Anne Arundel County Delegation and worked closely with the business community on the tax issues and state packages during the 1992 session.

Henderson appointed

Marilyn Henderson was appointed a Waverly Home Fashion Consultant licensed to show and sell the full range of Waverly home fashions.

Waverly, the home fashions division of F. Schumacher & Co., licenses only certified interior designers with extensive business experience. Henderson is one of a few Waverly consultants in the Annapolis area.

John joins Chamber board

Commander Michael John, U.S. Naval Academy public affairs officer, joined the Chamber board of directors to replace Capt. Barry Spofford, U.S. Naval Academy deputy of operations.

Since assuming his responsibilities as the public affairs officer at the Naval Academy in July 1990, John has coordinated official visits to and ceremonies at the academy for Gen. H. Norman Schwarzkopf, Bob Hope and naval leaders of many nations.

Stringer joins firm

HC Communication Services Inc. recently announced that Anne Lacey Stringer will join the corporation.

Stringer, formerly with ALS & Associates, will serve as an account executive/associate, specializing in government contracts and corporate publications.

HC Communications is an Annapolis-based advertising, marketing and business consulting firm.

Goldstein president

The Chesapeake Chapter of the National Spa & Pool Institute elected Frank Goldstein, Chesapeake Pools Inc. of Baltimore, president.

Other officials elected include: John Gallagher, John N. Gallagher Pool Service and Supply of Westminster, vice president; Jim Bright, Hein Brothers of Glen Burnie, secretary; and Dennis Jenkins, Carroll County Swimming Pools of Hampstead, treasurer.

Home sellers recognized

Four sales associates and the Annapolis office of Shannon & Luchs' Realtors were recently recognized for outstanding achievements for the first quarter of 1992 in the Prince George's County and Anne Arundel County area.

Tom Rose of the Annapolis office and Mickie Levine of the Bowie office tied for Top Sales. Elizabeth Loo-Vinnedge of the Bowie office was honored for Top Listings sold, Top Total Transactions and Top Dollar Volume for the region. Jon Phillips of the Annapolis office received the Top First-Year Licensee Award.

3 join real estate firm

Michele Cordle, Bill Ryan and Cindy Fuller have recently joined Manis & Wright Realty, a full-service real estate firm on Forest Drive in Annapolis.

Cordle, a multimillion dollar agent, is a member of the Graduate Realtors Institute. He is a top listing agent and has sold more than $10 million worth of real estate during his career.

Ryan, who has been a licensed agent for more than six years, is a member of the Anne Arundel County Association of Realtors and has been a member of the Merrill Lynch Presidents' Club.

Fuller, a native of Columbus, Ohio, received her master's degree in behavioral psychology from Ohio State University. She is a member of the Anne Arundel County Association of Realtors and the National Association of Realtors.

Wilson joins firm

Hammond Associates Architects, an Annapolis-based architectural firm, announced the recent addition of Leo A. Wilson to the staff.

Wilson is a member of the American Institute of Architects and is registered in several states. Wilson's responsibilities will include project management, architectural design and construction administration.

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