AlliedSignal names Clegg vice presidentKaren Clegg has...


January 06, 1994

AlliedSignal names Clegg vice president

Karen Clegg has been named vice president for field services and new markets at AlliedSignal Technical Services Corporation in Columbia. She will be responsible for management of 2,000 people and the administration of 44 contracts representing annual sales of more than $85 million.

Kenworthy named sales associate

American Properties has named Diane P. Kenworthy a sales associate in the company's Ellicott City office.

She will conduct sales and marketing for new construction and residential re-sale markets.

Burkert to manage communications

The Baltimore Goodwill Industries has appointed Christa Burkert of Columbia as its communications manager. Ms. Burkert was previously an assistant director of public relations for the Visiting Nurse Service of Rochester and Monroe counties.

Paul F. Evelius named partner in law firm

Paul F. Evelius of Ellicott City has been named a partner in the Baltimore law firm of Wright, Constable & Skeen. Mr. Evelius, who has been an associate with the firm since 1987, practices in the areas of corporate law, labor and employment law and civil litigation.

Lee Hupfer is named Nationwide agent

Nationwide Insurance has appointed Lee Hupfer as an agent for the Columbia area.

Ms. Hupfer, a CPA and Certified Financial Planner, has recently opened an office at 5560 Sterrett Place, Suite 100, in Town Center.

McIlvaine receives new home certification

David W. McIlvaine, a real estate agent with ERA Caton Realty in Ellicott City, has been awarded the Certified New Home Sales Professional designation by the National Home Builders Association.

2 named to board of Heart Association

The Howard County division of the American Heart Association has announced two new members to its board of directors:

Carol Baily, executive director of the Howard County Chamber of Commerce, and Ann M. Ivester, President of Cornerstone Title Company.

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