Brown is elected AAUW vice presidentAnne Brown of Bel Air...

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September 06, 1992

Brown is elected AAUW vice president

Anne Brown of Bel Air has been elected state program vice president for the American Association of University Women.

In her new position, Ms. Brown will be responsible for coordinating conference and convention programs for the state organization. Her term runs through June 30, 1994.

Ms. Brown is a graduate of Penn State University and a commissioner for the Harford County Commission for Women.

She works as a district aide for Del. Mary Louise Preis and is also active with church, PTA groups and advisory boards.

The American Association of University Women promotes equity for women, education and self-development over the life span and positive societal change.

Belmonte receives Commander's Award

Richard B. Belmonte, assistant to the technical director for laboratory demonstration programs is the recipient of the Commander's Award for Civilian Service at the U.S. Army Chemical Research, Development and Engineering Center, Aberdeen Proving Ground.

Mr. Belmonte was recognized for his service as acting deputy project manager for nuclear, biological, chemical defense systems from January to June of this year.

His accomplishments include numerous innovative improvements to internal procedures while maintaining the momentum of the project manager's office and its assigned programs. He has 19 years of federal service.

Mr. Belmonte received a bachelor of science degree in chemical engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute in Massachusetts and a master's degree in industrial safety engineering from Texas A & M University. He also is a graduate of the Army War College Corresponding Studies Course.

He resides in Bel Air with his wife, LuAnne, and their daughter, Kathryn.

Colburn gets Commander's Award

Edward F. Colburn is the recipient of the Commander's Award for Civilian Service at the U.S. Army Chemical Research, Development and Engineering Center, Aberdeen Proving Ground.

Mr. Colburn serves as the Army Materiel Command executive agent for the Chemical Weapons Treaty Compliance.

He was recognized for his leadership and managerial contributions to the Army's chemical treaty program.

He has 20 years of federal service and earned a bachelor of science degree in chemical engineering from the University of Delaware.

Mr. Colburn lives in Havre de Grace with his wife, Carolyn, an illustrator in the visual information division at CRDEC. They have one daughter.

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