MVA's Rickert elected to association postW. Marshall...

BUSINESS PEOPLE

September 22, 1994

MVA's Rickert elected to association post

W. Marshall Rickert, Motor Vehicle Administration administrator and Annapolis resident, has been elected to serve a 1-year term as international chairman of the American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators at a recent convention in Denver.

Appointed MVA administrator by Gov. Harry Huges in 1985, Mr. Rickert implemented the state's first MVA express offices for driver services, oversaw the inauguration of a new digitized driver licensing system, and has played a vital role in enhancing Maryland's vehicle emissions testing program.

Maryland Department of Transportation Secretary O. James Lighthizer expressed his support of Mr. Rickert's appointment to the international post. "Marshall Rickert has exceeded the standards set by Motor Vehicle Administrations nationwide," he said.

"We are very proud of him," he said.

3 sales associates join realty office

Three sales associates have joined the Annapolis Plaza office of O'Connor Piper & Flynn, Realtors:

Betty Hall has 20 years of residential real estate experience and is an accredited associate broker.

Katie Weiss has worked in the real estate industry for four years and resides in Annapolis.

Susan Donaldson has a business and marketing background and resides in Riva.

Bradel receives recertification

Anne Arundel Medical Center's Senior Vice President William Bradel has received Diplomate recertification in the American College of Health Care executives.

This honor is granted to health care executives who have participated in a program of continuing education and represents Mr. Bradel's continued achievement in meeting high standards of professional development and excellence as a health care executive.

Mr. Bradel received a bachelor's degree in public administration from the University of Arizona and a master's in health care administration from George Washington University.

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