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November 03, 1994

The Tech Group names Eitel as chief assistant

The Tech Group, an Annapolis-based engineering firm, has announced the addition of Robert C. Eitel as chief assistant to the principals.

As director of The Tech Group's newly formed Public Sector Business Unit, Mr. Eitel will supervise engineering operations for projects, direct personnel training and manage information systems for the company.

Mr. Eitel, a resident of Annapolis, has been involved with several past projects throughout the county for the Anne Arundel County Public Works, the county Department of Recreation and Parks, the U.S, Naval Institute, the Naval Academy Hospital, Navy-Marine Corps Stadium, the Annapolis Harbour Center and Steeplegate and Seven Oaks residential developments.

Mr. Eitel received his bachelor's degree in civil engineering from the Johns Hopkins University.

Mr. Eitel is currently an environmental engineering master's and doctoral candidate at Kennedy-Western University.

Gray named by Realtor to relocation division

Annapolitan Suzanne Gray has been appointed regional account representative for the Corporate Relocation Division of O'Conor, Piper & Flynn REALTORS.

In her new position, Ms. Gray will be responsible for managing corporate accounts in the county.

She will provide complete corporate relocation services to find housing for new and transferred employees.

Ms. Gray previously was a sales associate with OPF's Annapolis office.

She was also an assistant vice president with Citibank, heading telemarketing there for six years and recently began her own telemarketing firm.

Patterson named as a top producer

Linda Patterson, a sales associate in Long & Foster's downtown Annapolis office, was named as one of the company's top 35 producers in the Baltimore region for settled transactions as of mid-September.

A 17-year real estate professional, Ms. Patterson has been a resident of Annapolis for 22 years.

Limoges joins staff of First Night Annapolis

Alison Limoges recently joined the staff of First Night Annapolis as project director.

Ms. Limoges will work with the community to develop and coordinate the year-round volunteer efforts of businesses, civic organizations and over 500 individuals who donate their time.

She was previously director of volunteer services for New River Valley Hospice in Blacksburg, Va.

Ms. Limoges is also a professional potter and ceramic sculptor.

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