Physical therapist named alumna of the yearDonna Shell...

BUSINESS PEOPLE

April 01, 1993

Physical therapist named alumna of the year

Donna Shell Morse, a physical therapist with Burch, Rhoads & Loomis P.A. and member of its board of directors, has been named alumna of the year by the Department of Physical Therapy at the University of Maryland School of Medicine.

Each year, the department's alumni nominate a graduate based on achievements in the field of physical therapy, service to the school and community.

Ms. Morse has worked as a physical therapist with the practice since 1983. Recently, Ms. Morse was instrumental in launching a rehabilitation program for breast cancer patients.

Ms. Morse was named to the practice's board of directors in 1988 and is a member of several professional and civic organizations. She was the recipient of the 1989 YWCA's "Tribute to Women in Industry" award.

Local remodeler speaks at convention

Mark vanReuth, president of Brightview Builders Inc., of Arnold, spoke at the convention of the National Association of Home Builders in Las Vegas on Feb. 19-21.

Mr. vanReuth's topic was "Balancing Overhead in Remodeling." More than 55,000 people attended the three-day show.

The show was a prelude for Mr. vanReuth's participation in the NAHB National Remodelers Show in Baltimore this fall.

Real estate firm adds to its staff

O'Conor, Piper & Flynn Realtors has added the following salespeople to its staff:

* James Taylor joined the Glen Burnie office after completing classes given by the company.

* Jill Delaney, Maureen Goldman and Walter Olds joined the SevernaPark Office after completing company real-estate classes.

* Mark Goldman has joined the Annapolis Plaza office staff.

Prudential hires three salespeople

Three real estate salespeople recently joined the Severna Park office of Prudential Preferred Properties.

Therese Gardner, a resident of Olde Severna Park, is completing the Floyd Wichman Advanced Sales and Lists program. She was formerly a real estate saleswoman in England.

Arnold resident Diane Freeman, a five-year veteran of the local real estate market, specializes in new homes and land sales and development.

Specializing in first-time buyers, is Jerry Bowers, a Russian linguist who also speaks Japanese and Spanish.

Bristol Yacht Sales adds 2 new brokers

Bristol Yacht Sales, Annapolis, has added two new brokers to its roster. Mark W. Kellogg, an Annapolis-area sail and power boat broker, previously worked for Crusader Yachts Sales and Barcelona Trading Co. An avid sailor and racer, Mr. Kellogg was a member of the crew in the 1962 5.5 Meter Olympic Trials.

Bobby Murphy brings 25 years of sales and marketing experience from IBM. Knowledgeable about sail and power boats, Mr. Murphy has sailed a 10,000 mile journey from California to Mexico, the Marquesas Islands, Hawaii and back.

Whitmore Printing gets new employee

Whitmore Printing of Annapolis has hired Jim Stevenson as director of small business development. Mr. Stevenson, who has worked in the printing industry for 15 years, will assist Whitmore in serving small businesses.

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