* The Baltimore City Chamber of Commerce named Richard L...

NEWS IN BRIEF

April 26, 1993

* The Baltimore City Chamber of Commerce named Richard L. Baily interim president.

* The Baltimore Choral Arts Society named the following board members: Lori Gillespie; John C. Hilgenberg; Terry Morgenthaler; Diane C. Senten; Lawrence Shannahan; Alan Sweatman, M.D. and Frederick T. Wehr.

* Howard M. Eisenberg, M.D., has joined the University of Maryland Medical Center as chief of the division of neurosurgery and professor of surgery.

* Maryland Netherlands Credit Insurance Company elected Glen Heckathorn president.

* The board of directors of the Mental Health Association of Maryland Inc. appointed Linda J. Raines executive director.

* Vernon B. Mountcastle, M.D. , professor of neuroscience in the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, is a winner of the Australia Prize, awarded in the field of sensory perception.

Trade organizations

* John K. Slingluff Jr., president of Baltimore Belting Co., has been elected to serve as a director on the board of The National Industrial Belting Association.

Open for business

* The Baltimore Life Insurance Co. has moved its FTC headquarters to 10075 Red Run Blvd. in Owings Mills.

* The Harbor Bank of Baltimore will be moving its main branch office from its present location at 21 W. Fayette St. to 25 W. Fayette St., effective May 3.

* The Maryland Association of Non-Profit Homes for the Aging (MANPHA), has moved to 10270 Old Columbia Road in the River Centers offices in Columbia.

* Snelling Temporary Services of Timonium and Columbia has changed its name to Snelling Personnel Services.

* Star Throwers Inc., a business management firm headquartered in Waco, Texas, has opened an office at 210 Westshire Road in Baltimore.

* The Triangle Printing Co., based in York, Pa., has opened a sales office in Baltimore at 9 West 29th St.

New accounts

* Bonnie Heneson Communications Inc., an Owings Mills public relations and advertising firm, has been retained to provide public relations services to Europro Imports Inc. and the Kessler Marketing Group.

* Elkridge National Bank announced that Kevin Huffman, vice president of operations, has been nominated as the Leukemia Society's Man of the Year.

* The Engineering Society of Baltimore announced that J. Jay Pecora and Robert O. Bonnell Jr., both of Baltimore, are the 1993 recipients of its distinguished service awards.

* Fast & Associates, a Columbia-based advertising agency, has been selected by Agency Services Inc. to develop a comprehensive advertising campaign.

* Freed and Associates, a Baltimore-based advertising and marketing communications firm, has been appointed to handle the advertising for Waye Laboratories Inc.

* Alyse L. Holstein, of Owings Mills, has been named the leading disability insurance producer for the nation by Lincoln National Life Insurance Co.

* The Baltimore office of The Leapley Company Inc., a general contractor specializing in interior construction, has been selected to provide services for the BG&E East Point Mall Appliance Center expansion.

* Mammoth Custom Clubs, a Columbia-based producer of custom golf clubs, has selected Maleson-Naylor, an Owings Mills-based advertising firm, to provide marketing and communications services.

* Overlea Concessionaires, a Baltimore-based catering service, has been selected by The Maryland Baseball Limited Partnership to provide all concession services for the Bowie Baysox 1993 season at Memorial Stadium.

* Personalized Home Services Inc., of Towson, has selected William Amelia & Associates Inc., a Baltimore-based public relations and advertising firm, to handle its marketing campaign.

* The Pollenex Corp., of Chicago, selected Frank, Freeman & Mathai Advertising, a public relations firm in Timonium, to

introduce its new line of indoor air cleaners.

Kudos

* Azman Eye Care Specialists in Lutherville and Dundalk received the Clinical Investigation Award for Outstanding Performance on Contact Lens Clinical Trials from Bausch & Lomb.

* Charles Deal, of Baltimore, recently completed 25 years of service with United Parcel Service.

* Brian Losover was named a certified fraud examiner by the National Association of Certified Fraud Examiners.

* The Scotsman Group Inc. won advertising awards from the Building Systems Councils of the National Association of Home Builders for a color corporate brochure produced for the modular building division and an advertising brochure for relocatable classroom facilities.

* Gerald G. Scott & Sons Inc. in Kingsville won a Merit Shop Construction Award of Excellence from the Baltimore Metropolitan Chapter of the Associated Builders & Contractors Inc. for construction of the annex building of St. Peter's 'u Evangelical Lutheran Church in Baltimore.

* Michael Shaivitz of Lee's Furniture in Baltimore was named Retailer of the Year by the Maryland/D.C. Home Furnishing Representatives Association.

* Sutton Place Gourmet in Pikesville received the Jewish Vocational Service Employer of the Year award.

* United Way of Central Maryland announced the following first-place winners of the annual communications contest: Baltimore Gas & Electric Co., magazine; Aegon, USA, newspaper/newsletter; Procter & Gamble Cosmetic and Fragrance Products, special issue; Giant Food Inc., article; The Johns Hopkins University, photography; UAW/GM Truck & Bus, audiovisual; Crown Central Petroleum Corp., posters and displays; Howard County General Hospital, special event; MNC Financial, programs and services; Ernst & Young, year-round communications; Giant Food Inc., Stepping Up to the Challenge Award; and Martin Marietta Aero & Naval Systems tied for first place with The Johns Hopkins University School of Continuing Studies, Most Resourceful Communicator Award.

* Chadwick K. Watson, of Annapolis, has been named "New Agent of the Year," by the Morgan Financial Group Inc.

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