John Teichmoeller, who works for the Ellicott City office of Waddell and Reed Inc., has earned the Certified Financial Planner Designation authorized by the International Board of Standards of Practices at Denver, Colo.
The certification is granted to people who have met requirements such as the completion of required course work and passing certification examinations in six areas.
Mr. Teichmoeller and his wife, Kathy Farnsworth, have lived in the historic district of Ellicott City since 1980. Weingberg and Green announced that Edward N. Leavy has become counsel to the firm. He will concentrate on immigration law and has specialized in assisting foreign-born individuals who are business personnel and other people who wish to obtain work-related visas.
Before joining Weinberg and Green, Mr. Leavy was director of the immigration section of Frank, Berstein, Conaway & Goldman in its Washington office.
Currently, Mr. Leavy serves the American Immigration Law Foundation in directing a clearinghouse of cases dealing with constitutional rights of aliens residing in the United States.
St. Agnes honors 12
Twelve Howard County residents were recognized by St. Agnes Hospital at its annual awards luncheon for volunteering more than 1,000 hours to the hospital.
Three of those honored, Jean Levin of Columbia (25,610 hours) and Ann Harris (22,607) and Virginia Harman (16,300), both of Ellicott City, were the top three.
Other Howard County residents recognized were Doris Gately (7,200), Mary Lou Myers (3,800), Sylvia Stasiowski (2,200), Jean Brandt (1,700), Catherine Gresham (1,600), Ruth Updike (1,500), Pat Sybert (1,400) and Audrey Middleton (1,100), all of Ellicott City; and Maxine Berneburg of Columbia (2,300).
Davis is summer intern
Stephanie Davis has joined Kayla Advertising, a Columbia-based advertising specialty distributor, as a summer intern.
Ms. Davis, an English major at the University of Maryland Baltimore County, will assist with industry research and promotional items for marketing strategies.