John H. Hampshire Inc., an interior...

NEWS IN BRIEF*

February 15, 1993

NEWS IN BRIEF

* John H. Hampshire Inc., an interior contractor, relocated from Beltsville to 320 W. 24th St. in Baltimore.

* Wartsila Diesel, a manufacturer of industrial engines, relocated from Chestertown to the Power Technology Center in Annapolis.

New accounts

* Treefinders of MD Inc., an Ellicott City-based landscape design and installation company, is providing landscape services for the Popeye's restaurant franchise on Route 198 in Maryland City.

* Adams Sandler Inc., a public relations and advertising agency in Rockville, is providing public relations and project support services for the National Information Technology Center.

* Maryland Media Associates Inc., a Baltimore-based public relations firm, is representing The Chesapeake Flyer, a 49-foot catamaran passenger ferry.

* American Lumber Corp. in Baltimore was named the primary Andersen Window supplier to 40 West Builders and Catonsville Builders.

* Holstein Investment Services Inc. in Lutherville won a contract to market the Maryland State Dental Association's group health insurance program.

Public service

* Richard N. Andrews was elected to the board of directors of the Maryland School for the Blind. Mr. Andrews is the son of the late Dr. Francis M. Andrews, superintendent of the school from ++ 1942 to 1965.

* Dentists Richard B. Garden and Richard J. Nessif opened an oral and maxillofacial surgery practice in the Odenton Commerce Centre at 1413 Annapolis Road, Suite 101.

* Ballard Spahr Andrews & Ingersoll opened a law firm in Baltimore at 300 E. Lombard St. Resident partners are Nancy V. Alquist, Ronald P. Fish, Morton P. Fisher Jr., James C. Oliver, Gregory L. Reed, Jane Ennis Sheehan, Raymond G. Truitt, S. Nelson Weeks and Fred Wolf III.

* William C. Stifler opened a law office at 400 E. Pratt St. in Baltimore.

Trade organizations

* National Association for Healthcare Quality named Frank A. Appel president-elect. Mr. Appel is vice president for medical services of Preferred Health Network of Maryland Inc.

* Society of Actuaries named Nancy C. January fellow. Ms. January is manager for product development at Banner Life Insurance Co. in Rockville.

Kudos

* Horizon Health & Rehabilitation Inc. in the Dorsey Hall Professional Park in Ellicott City received a three-year accreditation award from the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities.

Schmitz Press in Sparks was named a winner of the 1992 Mead Annual Report Show, sponsored by Mead Paper Co., for an annual report of the Hagley Museum and Library in Wilmington, Del.

Donald M. Kirson was honored by United Cerebral Palsy for raising $25,000 for the organization. He is president and CEO of Kirson Medical Equipment Co.

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