In a recent edition, the name of John H. Haas, who...

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June 25, 1995|By Deidre Nerreau McCabe

In a recent edition, the name of John H. Haas, who received the Johns Hopkins University School of Continuing Studies "Excellence in Teaching" award in its Division of Business and Management, was misspelled.

The Sun regrets the error.

John Hass recognized for teaching excellence

John H. Hass, vice president and general counsel for Senior Campus Living, is the 1995 recipient of the Johns Hopkins University School of Continuing Studies' "Excellence in Teaching" award in the Division of Business and Management.

Mr. Hass, who teaches a graduate course for the Berman Real Estate Institute, was recognized for effective presentation of subject matter and his ability to motivate students.

FOR THE RECORD - CORRECTION

A graduate of the University of Baltimore School of Law, Mr. Hass is responsible for handling legal issues and operations at two of Senior Campus Living's retirement communities in Maryland and one in Michigan.

Magazine honors Provident Bank of Md.

Provident Bank of Maryland has been named "Best Bank in Maryland" by Money magazine.

The magazine based its awards on a survey of 428 banks and thrifts nationwide, looking at customer satisfaction based on yields on certificates of deposit and savings accounts, low ATM fees, minimal checking fees and balance requirements, the availability of 24-hour telephone service for account information and convenient banking hours.

Provident Bank of Maryland is a full-service commercial bank with headquarters in Baltimore.

The bank, which has 42 branches, is a subsidiary of Provident Bankshares Corp.

Computer company moves to Columbia

Data Processing Solutions Inc. has relocated its computer corporation from Glen Burnie to Columbia. The new offices are at 9180 Rumsey Road, Suite D-4.

Founded 20 years ago, Data Processing Solutions provides services such as hardware and software sales and leasing, custom programming, maintenance and consulting to businesses and government agencies.

CPAs association announces officers

The Maryland Association of Certified Public Accountants announced the election of its 1995-1996 officers for the Central Maryland Chapter.

The new officers are: president, Mitch A. Halbrich, Don Richard Associates Inc. of Baltimore; president-elect, Diana K. Hester, with Price Waterhouse, Baltimore; secretary, Raymond J. Castaldi, with Towson State University; treasurer, John T. Wilke, Walpert, Smullian & Blumenthal, Baltimore; and past-president, Robert L. Cardoni, of Cardoni & Co., Columbia.

The Maryland Association of Certified Public Accountants is a statewide professional association with seven chapters serving more than 9,500 CPAs in public practice, industry, government and education.

The Central Maryland Chapter serves CPAs primarily in Baltimore and Baltimore, Howard and Harford counties.

BWI partnership elects 4 new directors

Four new directors have been named to the board of the BWI Business Partnership Inc.

The new members elected at the Partnership's annual meeting are:

James K. Eckler, vice president and director of corporate development for TNT Logistics Inc.; Joseph Lamkin, area marketing manager for Southwest Airlines; Sandy Landstrom, general manager of the BWI Airport Marriott; and Ginger McCallum, capital division director of human resources for Coca Cola Enterprises.

Frank J. Guillott, director of capital resources at Westinghouse Electric Corp., was re-elected chairman of the board.

The BWI Business Partnership Inc., a nonprofit, public-private association of employers, promotes the business climate and economic development of the region.

Bozzuto is chairman of Science Center board

The Board of Trustees of the Maryland Science Center has elected Thomas S. Bozzuto chairman of the board.

A member of the science center board and executive committee for the past eight years, Mr. Bozzuto succeeds Robert D. H. Harvey, who retired as chairman in April.

Mr. Bozzuto is chief executive officer of the Bozzuto Group in Greenbelt, a residential development, construction and management company, specializing in multifamily housing.

Aumiller appointed to Good Shepherd board

Robert J. Aumiller, executive vice president and general counsel for MacKenzie/O'Conor, Piper & Flynn Commercial Real Estate Services, has been appointed to the board of directors of Good Shepherd Center.

Operated by the Sisters of Our Lord of Charity, the Good Shepherd Center is a private, nonprofit residential treatment facility for adolescent girls.

Coffee bar chain shoots for 1,000 outlets

Barista Brava, a 3-year-old chain of coffee bars in Washington, has launched a new franchise program.

The company's goal is to have 1,000 coffee bars throughout the country within the next five years, said George Harrop, founder and president.

The company is looking to open 20 franchises by the end of 1995 in Maryland, Virginia, Pennsylvania, Delaware, New Jersey, New York, Connecticut or Massachusetts.

Most of the company's existing shops are in high-traffic business districts and are open 6 a.m. to 6:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.

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