* United Parcel Service has unveiled a new graphic for...

News in brief

November 08, 1993

* United Parcel Service has unveiled a new graphic for display on the side of its familiar fleet of 64,000 chocolate-brown vehicles. The new logo, a two-tone globe labeled with: "Worldwide Delivery Service" and the firm's 800 telephone number, depicts the global reach and service accessibility of now worldwide "small package" ground and air freight carrier.

* Lucas Brothers, the Baltimore-based national office supply and furnishings distributor, has changed its corporate name to Lucas Inc. and becomes holding company for Lucas Corporate Interiors and Lucas Corporate Stationers.

* Ecological Restoration and Management Inc., of Towson, was awarded a State Highway Administration contract to restore a nontidal wetlands rare plant habitat in northern Baltimore County.

* EA Engineering, Science and Technology, in Hunt Valley, received a $10.5 million contract from the U.S. Department of Energy for technical and analytical support services in the areas of conventional and alternate transportation fuels.

* Pell Communications, based in Cockeysville, has merged the accounts of Marketing and Design of Columbia into its firm. The newly expanded agency will service a wide range of clients from offices in Hunt Valley and Columbia.

New accounts

* FutureHealth Corp. announced that it has added to its list of accounts Good Samaritan Hospital, to provide managed health care to 1,000 employees.

Open for business

* Credit Repair and Financial Services has opened offices in Owings Mills. The firm specializes in mortgage readiness, financial management and credit rehabilitation.

On the board

* PHH Corp., a Baltimore-based business services firm, elected Donald J. Shepard to the board. Mr. Shepard is chairman of the board, president and chief executive officer of AEGON USA Inc., an international insurance group.

* College of Notre Dame of Maryland elected Janet Marie Smith; Mary Ann Eckoff, SSND; Dr. Deborah Sterrett; Colene Yvonne Daniel-Forde and Donna C. Startzel to its board of trustees.

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