Meachum heads the BarThomas M. Meachum, an attorney in...

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July 12, 1992

Meachum heads the Bar

Thomas M. Meachum, an attorney in private practice with the Ellicott City law offices of Fred H. Silverstein, has been elected president of the 325-member Howard County Bar Association for the 1992-1993 year.

Other elected officers include James K. Eagan 3rd of Guida & Eagan, president-elect; Louis P. Willemin, an assistant Howard County public defender, treasurer; and Fred H. Silverstein as secretary.

David C. Hjortsberg of Reese and Carney was re-elected as a member-at-large. Newly elected members-at-large include Tobey Glee Brehm of Ellicott City, Linda Sorg Ostovitz of Ellicott City and Doris Green Walker, chief attorney for the Howard County Legal Aid Bureau, Inc.

Howard County District Judge Lenore R. Gelfman remains on the board of directors as past president.

The Howard County Bar was established in 1941. The Ear, Nose and Throat Specialty Group, with offices in Columbia, Laurel and Glen Burnie, has announced the addition of Dr. Dean L. Drosnes to its practice.

Dr. Drosnes comes from Worcester, Mass., where he held staff appointments at St. Vincent's Hospital, Medical Center of

Central Massachusetts and the University of Massachusetts Medical Center.

Jansie Rogers of Columbia, the national executive director for TransDesign since 1982, was named in the 1992 listing of "Who's Who of American Women," the fifth year she has been honored in the publication.

Ms. Rogers is on the board of directors of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, YMCA and the Arthritis Foundation.

TransDesign is a manufacturing and marketer of custom home and office furnishings, founded in 1975 and based in Atlanta.

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