Environmental Elements Corp. appointed Edward H. Verdery...

NEWS IN BRIEF

January 03, 1994

Environmental Elements Corp. appointed Edward H. Verdery executive vice president and chief operating officer of the Baltimore-based supplier of air pollution-control systems.

* London Fog Industries named Douglas C. Hillman president; he will continue as chief operating officer.

* Terminal Corp. appointed Craig M. Kershaw as controller and ** chief financial officer.

New accounts & contracts

* Spivak Advertising of Owings Mills, won advertising contracts for Zibazz Hair Studios and Dallas Computers.

* Gray Kirk & Van Sant was chosen as the advertising agency for Laurel-headquartered Citizens Bancor.

* Co-operative Retirement Services of America has been retained by Vantage House, a continuing-care facility in Columbia, to provide management consulting services.

* David Ashton & Co. Ltd. was awarded a contract by Turner Broadcasting to provide environmental graphics for CNN in Atlanta.

Open for business

* Rusk & Company, a full-service accounting firm, opened offices in the White Marsh Professional Center.

Public service

* Episcopal Ministries to the Aging Board of Trustees selected William B. Dulany as chairman; Matthew Fenton III, vice chairman; James I. Melhorn, president and CEO; Robert B. Alexander, secretary and Gregory S. Burgan, treasurer.

Kudos

* Mark Honkofsky, a sales consultant with Northwest Honda of Owings Mills, has been presented with the Gold Master Status sales award by American Honda Motors.

* John T. Rogers, president of Legg Mason, was awarded the Industry Service Award by Putnam Investments.

Trade organizations

* Maryland Motor Truck Association has been given the American Trucking Association's Summa Cum Laude award for its efforts in promoting highway safety.

* Marc M. Gamerman, DC, of Hagerstown, was elected president of the Maryland Chiropractic Association.

* Maryland Restaurant Association has chosen Richard McClure, Carroll Creek Restaurant general manager, as second vice president.

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