Richardson, Myers & Donofrio, an advertising agency in Baltimore, won 16 awards -- including the Best of Show -- in the Philadelphia Bell Ringer Awards for business communication, sponsored by the Business/Professional Advertising Association. The winning ads were produced for the Air Products & Chemicals, Conrail, Lukens Steel, DuPont, Dauphin Deposit/Bank of Pennsylvania, Baltimore Gas & Electric Co. and ICI Agricultural Products.
Baltimore Life Underwriters Association honored these sales agents: David L. Berman, First Financial Group; Howard D. Goldman III, Northwestern Mutual Life; Joe Karsner, John Hancock; and Donald Harrington, Mutual of New York.
Friendly's inducted Robert R. Bender to its President's Club, the company's highest honor. Mr. Bender is a regional product and systems manager for Friendly's restaurants in the Baltimore area.
Montgomery General Hospital named Teresa E. Yates of Olney has been named employee of the year.
The University of Baltimore Alumni Association presented its "Spirit of Excellence" award to: Kendra Kopelke, associate professor of English and communication design; Carolyn A. Hughes, publications design graduate student; Marla Hollandsworth, an instructor in the legal clinic; Renee Nacrelli, a law student; Mollie Bowers, associate professor in the Robert G. Merrick School of Business; and Reginald Thomas, associate director of admissions.
The Sheppard and Enoch Pratt Hospital's office of public affairs honored with a first place award for special events and observances and best in show for its centennial celebration public relations program by the Maryland chapter of the Public Relations Society of America.
George Gunn of CH2M Hill was named engineer of the year by the Consulting Engineers Council of Metropolitan Washington.
Sheladia Associates, Inc. won top honors in the 1991-92 engineering excellence competition sponsored by the Consulting Engineers Council of Metropolitan Washington.
Stephen R. Moore of Wolfman & Associates, P.C. and Carl J. Pessolano of FDE, Ltd., Consulting Engineers, P.C. won top honors in the 26th annual drafting competition sponsored by the Consulting Engineers Council of Metropolitan Washington.
W. Irving Lottier, Jr., pharmacist/manager of Harlem Park Pharmacy, was named the 66th president of the Alumni Association of the School of Pharmacy, University of Maryland at Baltimore.
Clarence Culpepper of Baltimore received rookie-of-the-year sales award presented by the Hertz Equipment Rental
John H. Snyder Associates Inc., a Crofton advertising and public relations firm, was awarded the "best in Maryland award" from the Maryland Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America.
Noble Steed Associates won 10 awards in the following categories in the 1992 National Healthcare Marketing Award. Entries produced for Prudential Health Care System: magazine series/print ads, newspaper series/print ads, magazine single ad, and newspaper single ad. Entries produced for Prudential Health Care Plan of the Mid-Atlantic won awards for: total advertising campaign and collateral material. Entries produced for the Johns Hopkins Geriatric Center won: total advertising campaign and newspaper single ad. And entries produced for the Johns Hopkins Asthma & Allergy Center won awards for: newspaper series/print ads and outdoor.
Thaddeus P. Pruss, Ph.D. is the 1992 recipient of the
Honored Alumnus Award of the Alumni Association of the School of Pharmacy, University of Maryland at Baltimore.
The Baltimore Chapter of Financial Executives Institute honored the following students for outstanding achievement. From Loyola College: Erin C. Everd, Kevin M. Hanrahan, and Amy K. O'Keefe. From Salisbury State University: Sharon K. Collins, Kathleen V. Elliott, and Kevin Slack. From The University of Baltimore: Robert E. Melanson, William Shump, and Jhy-Shain Ani Wee. From The University of Maryland-College Park: Laurie D. Fox, Jennifer Ross, and Brian Ping-keung Chan. From Morgan State University: Renee Harding, Shelly Saunders, and Kimberly Waldron. From Towson State University: Arian Jakob, Robert W. Sharps, and Barbara A. Zientek. From The University of Maryland-Balto. Co.: Patrick Shirdon, Robin Gilliam, and Stephen Rosen.
Mass Transit Administration and Ronald Hartman, administrator/general manager, won employer of the year award.
Super Pride Inc. and Oscar Smith, president, won corporate award for promoting employment of workers with disabilities.
The Blue Chip Enterprise Initiative named Fullwood Foods, Inc., Omega Enterprises and INTEC-International Technology Underwriters the "Maryland blue chip enterprises" for 1992.
Fast & Associates Inc., an advertising agency in Baltimore was hired by Landover Mall to develop an advertising and marketing program. It also has been selected by the Columbia Medical Plan to develop a comprehensive print advertising and direct mail campaign.