Chamber of Commerce announces new officersThe...


January 21, 1993

Chamber of Commerce announces new officers

The Baltimore-Washington Corridor Chamber of Commerce announces its new officers and board members for 1993.

Deborah Whipple, president of Fleck Funeral Home Inc. will serve as chairman of the board with Timothy Abel, president and CEO of Security Vault Works Inc. as chairman elect. Vice chairs are Mishelle Moro of the Locksley Group and Raymond Lucas, branch manager for IBM Corp.. Jim Mooty, C.P.A., a partner in Pear, Fagan and Bormel, P.A., will serve as treasurer; Richard Haddad of Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission serves as the immediate-past chairman.

Newly elected to the 24-member board are: Jeff Truesdale, vice-president of Jireh Press Inc. and Douglas Veum, senior vice president of Duron Paints and Wallcoverings.

Williams assigned to King of Prussia, Pa.

Roger Williams has been appointed sales representative for Bucks and Montgomery counties in Pennsylvania for Thulman Eastern Corp. of Elkridge.

Mr. Williams will work in the organization's King of Prussia, Pa., division.

He was previously sales representative for the company's Baltimore-Washington division with responsibilities for Montgomery and Frederick counties.

Kavanagh reassigned as deputy director

Gary P. Kavanagh of Ellicott City has been reassigned as deputy director of the Bureau of Program Operations for the federal Health Care Financing Administration.

Mr. Kavanagh has worked for HCFA for 14 years. He had been director of the Office of Program Operations Procedures since 1991.

He resides in Howard County with his wife, Mary, and two daughters, Becky and Stephanie.

Vetter becomes partner at Columbia law firm

The law firm of Weinberg and Green, with offices in Columbia, has announced that Gerard R. Vetter has become a partner and will be a member of the banking and financial services practice.

Since he received his law degree from the George Washington University in 1980, Mr. Vetter has been in the creditor's rights and bankruptcy practice group of Semmes, Bowens & Semmes and was a partner and co-chair of that firm's workout and insolvency group.

United Way board gets two new advisers

Thomas Beach, general manager of Storer Cable, and Gary Smith, director of the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab, have joined the United Way Community Partnership of Howard County's volunteer advisory board.

Advisory board members help to form United Way programs that meet care needs in the county and also lend management support to United Way's money-raising efforts.

The advisory board meets needs in the areas of marketing and communications, raising money and community involvement.

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