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BUSINESS PEOPLE

November 05, 1995

Kimberly Park hired by U.S. Naval Institute

Kimberly Park of Annapolis was recently hired by the membership department of the U.S. Naval Institute as the public relations and promotions assistant.

Ms. Park, formerly a membership services representative for the National Business Forms Association in Alexandria, Va., is a 1994 graduate of West Virginia University.

Jerry Brice, Anne Drissel named top producers

Jerry Brice and Anne Drissel were named top producers/units for the Annapolis Office of Weichert, Realtors for the month of August.

Mr. Brice also earned Top Listings Sold and Top Volume associate honors.

Lisa Medlock was named Top Sales associate, and Jody Greber and Cindy Benton each received Top Listings Obtained associates for the month.

Patricia Bishop joins Whitmore Print

Whitmore Print and Imaging recently added Patricia C. Bishop to its staff as an account executive.

Ms. Bishop, who has over 10 years of experience in the management of printing projects, has worked on materials ranging from direct mail to corporate marketing communications.

Pamela Garland hired at Physical Therapy

Physical Therapy for Women and Children has hired Pamela Garland to the practice.

Ms. Garland specializes in manual therapy with a special emphasis on the treatment of myofacial pain and fibromyalgia.

Patricia Rutley named manager of wellness

North Arundel Health Systems recently named Patricia Rutley as its manager of health education and wellness for New American Health.

New American Health is a joint venture between North Arundel Hospital, its staff, and several health maintenance organizations.

Ms. Rutley will determine which programs New American Health offers, evaluate effectiveness, and counsel patients.

A Pasadena resident, Ms. Rutley is a 1988 graduate of Towson State University and earned a master's of health care administration from the University of Maryland in 1994.

Ross Dingman, Kelly Quinlan joined Deerfield

Deerfield Senior Service, a provider of senior day care services, has hired Ross Dingman as executive director and Kelly Quinlan as admission director for Deerfield at Annapolis.

Mr. Dingman, formerly assistant director at the Supported Living Center at Towson, will be responsible for managing the daily functions of the center. Ms. Quinlan will counsel families on senior care alternatives and offer educational programs for the public. Previously, she was head concierge/sales coordinator for Turf Valley Resort and Conference Center.

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