Anne Arundel County Business

December 31, 1992

Club breaks bread for grand opening

BJ's Wholesale Club recently opened its doors in Pasadena with an unusual ribbon cutting ceremony.

The 120,000 square foot building was christened by breaking a six-foot loaf of Italian bread, honoring the club's fresh bakery and food departments.

The club caters to businesses and consumers, selling food and general merchandise at wholesale prices.

Wolflin to head Wildlife field office

John P. Wolflin, a veteran biologist and administrator, has been appointed supervisor of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's new Chesapeake Bay Field Office in Annapolis.

The appointment puts Mr. Wolflin in charge of one of the largest Service field operations in the country.

The biologist has 20 years experience, and a background in fish and wildlife management.

Steffey elected Realtor governor

The manager of Coldwell Banker Home Realty Professionals' Annapolis office was recently elected 1993 Maryland Governor of the Women's Council of Realtors (WCR)during that group's annual convention in Hawaii.

As a governor, Sharyn Steffey is responsible for overseeing WCR's Annual Membership Campaign and encouraging member-at-large participation.

Shannon & Luchs' top producers

Cathy Kamrath, Tom Rose, and Jackie Brown were recognized as the Top Producers for the Annapolis office of Shannon & Luchs Realtors.

Mr. Rose was also honored as the Top Lister for the office, and recently qualified to receive the 1992 Dozen National Sales Award for his accomplishments in the industry.

Judy Leichtman, another Annapolis office associate, also received the Dozen National Sales Award.

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