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April 08, 1993

Silber & Associates gets 3 new clients

Silber & Associates, a Columbia-based opinion research firm, has announced three new clients: Baltimore County General Hospital, Highlands Regional Medical Center in Sebring, Fla. and the Johns Hopkins University.


Comcast appoints business manager

Barbara A. Gehrig of Comcast Cablevision has been appointed area business manager for the Maryland, Delaware and Virginia systems that includes part of Howard County.

Ms. Gehrig, who came to Comcast in 1981, is a graduate of the University of Maryland, College Park.

Eyre Bus Service promotes Sykesville man

Jeffry P. Barnett of Sykesville has been selected as the new director of safety and training for Eyre Bus Service of Glenelg.

Mr. Barnett began his career in the transportation field as a bus driver 17 years ago.

He has been director of transportation and public works maintenance at the Columbia Association, a commercial pilot for Gibson Aviation in Frederick and US Air Express in Harrisburg, Pa. and director of Urban Rural Transportation Alliance in Columbia.

Premier Auction picked to do school auction

F. L. Finke of Premier Auction in Columbia has been selected as the auctioneer of the Goods and Services Auction, sponsored by the Wilde Lake Middle School's PTSA.

The event is 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. April 29 at Wilde Lake Middle School, 10481 Cross Fox Lane.

Profiles of Maryland appoints new director

Profiles of Maryland, a Columbia-based human-resources consulting firm, has named Carole Frank as director of career development.

Ms. Frank, with a background in education and psychology, presents workshops and seminars on career-related issues for audiences in business and education.

Interior designer joins Highland Junction firm

Patricia Kronk, who has worked in fine arts and antiques, has joined Highland Junction Interiors' design staff.

Ms. Kronk, a graduate of the Cleveland Institute of Art, has been an interior designer for the past eight years.

Some of her art works are on permanent display at the University of Japan in Osaka.

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