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September 08, 1994

Coldwell Banker adds associates

The Severna Park office of Coldwell Banker Realty has announced the addition of the following new associates:

Nathy Bayuk, Joan Farnum, Alex Farnum, Donna Stout, Suzanna Augustine, Herb Tinley, Barry Allan, Pete Anderson, Sally Haines, Sherry Johns and Darlene Reiner.

AACC board elects Hall as chairman

The Anne Arundel Community College board of trustees has elected Walter J. Hall of Pasadena to a 1-year term as its chairman.

Gene E. Floyd of Severna Park will serve a second consecutive year as vice chairman for the 1994-'95 term.

Mr. Hall succeeds Robert J. DiAiso, who continues as a member of the board after serving his second one-year term as chairman.

Mr. Hall, the owner of Annapolis Bowl and retired president and chief executive officer of Fair Lanes Inc. of Baltimore, has been a board member since January 1984.

Born in England, he is a graduate of the City of Liverpool College of Technology and of the Harvard Business School.

Spalding board elects Massaglia as president

Archbishop Spalding High School board of trustees recently elected Gary A. Massaglia as president of the Archbishop Spalding High School board. Mr. Massaglia served as vice president since 1991.

A resident of Millersville, he is general manager for Jones Intercable Inc. in Gambrills and vice chairman for the Maryland, Delaware and District of Columbia Cable Television Association.

Mr. Massaglia joined Jones Intercable in 1987 in a corporate development roll, and was transferred to Anne Arundel County as General Manager in 1988.

DeStafano appointed to hospice board

Robert P. DeStafano, Crownsville resident and owner of Sturbridge Development Company, has been appointed to the Hospice of the Chesapeake Foundation's board of directors.

As a foundation member, Mr. DeStefano will help define fund-raising goals and assist in activities to benefit terminally ill patients and their families in Anne Arundel County, according to foundation guidelines.

"Mr. DeStafano brings years of experience as a business leader and an active volunteer in our community," according the president, Erwin Abrams.

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