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BUSINESS NOTES

September 09, 1993

BUSINESS PEOPLE

Schoberg promoted at Turf Valley

Mary Schoberg of Turf Valley Hotel and Country Club has been promoted to Tycoon Club coordinator.

She will work directly with company administrators making reservations for their out-of-town clients.

The club is a merit program offering cash and travel incentives to companies that make reservations for overnight accommodations at the hotel.

Paden appointed sales manager

Donna Paden of Columbia has been appointed sales manager for Ellicott City-based Yorktown Homes custom home collection in the Turf Valley Overlook and College Farm developments in Howard County.

Ms. Paden recently conducted sales management and marketing for Temora Manor, a community of single family homes in Ellicott City.

McGrail receives banking diploma

Sharon McGrail, a retirement account specialist at the Columbia Bank, has received a professional banking diploma from the American Institute of Banking, Washington chapter.

Stevens becomes sales consultant

Jayne Stevens of Columbia-based American Properties has been appointed sales consultant in the company's New Homes Division.

She will conduct sales for Catonsville Builders in Warfield's Way, a community of single family homes in Eldersburg.

Korvin to head research, analysis

Bill Korvin, a partner in The New Home Marketing Group of Ellicott City, will lead the company's efforts in consulting and market research and analysis.

Mr. Korvin previously worked at Lovell Regency Homes.

Baham elected group's president

Alexis Baham has been elected president of the National Association of Women Business Owners, Baltimore Regional Chapter, an organization dedicated to strengthening the earnings, visibility and growth of women business owners.

Ms. Baham is secretary-treasurer for the Columbia-based Baham Corp., a consulting firm specializing in computer-aided engineering.

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