Taneytown Bank & Trust to acquire Classic...

BUSINESS NOTES

March 10, 1996

Taneytown Bank & Trust to acquire Classic Mortgage

Taneytown Bank & Trust Co. will acquire Classic Mortgage Co. in Columbia on Friday Classic Mortgage, which represents more than 40 investors, will relocate its headquarters to Taneytown Bank's Randallstown office later this year.

Horizon Health to open medical facility in Annapolis

Ellicott City-based Horizon Health & Rehabilitation will open its sixth outpatient medical rehabilitation facility tomorrow at the Annapolitan Care Center in Annapolis.

The center will offer physical, occupational and speech therapies for residents of the care center.

Allied Signal gets contract to install seismographs

Allied Signal Technical Services Corp. in Columbia has been awarded an $11.6 million contract from the U.S. Geological Survey to install, operate and maintain a Global Seismograph Network.

The network, based at the Albuquerque Seismological Laboratory at Kirtland Air Force Base, will have 125 stations in 62 countries and islands.

Women's Bar schedules noon luncheon Wednesday

Reservations are required by tomorrow to attend the noon Wednesday meeting of the Women's Bar Association of Howard County at the Olive Branch Restaurant in Ellicott City.

Howard County Circuit Judge Dennis M. Sweeney will discuss courtroom etiquette.

Admission is $12.

Information: 740-4600.

Retirement planning subject of seminar March 26

Legg Mason Wood Walker will sponsor "Retirement Planning: A Way to Potentially Increase Your Investment Yield While Reducing Your Risk," a free seminar, at 6 p.m. March 26 at Wilde Lake Interfaith Center, 10431 Twin Rivers Road, Columbia.

Ed Drcar, vice president at Duff & Phelps, will speak on investment management.

Reservations are required.

Information: 837-8800.

Dr. Lancelotta to lead Howard Co. General staff

Dr. Charles J. Lancelotta has been elected president of the professional staff at Howard County General Hospital.

Dr. Lancelotta will oversee the 553-member medical staff at the hospital. He has been associated with Howard County General since 1974.

Tim Storch named best business banker

Tim Storch, a NationsBank vice president, was named the best business banker for the Mid-Atlantic Region by NationsBank.

Lois Warden, a NationsBank vice president, who works with Mr. Storch at One Commerce Center in Columbia, took sixth place.

Christiane Schulz joins accounting firm

Christiane E. Schulz of Highland has joined the accounting firm of Walpert, Smullian & Blumenthal as a consultant and financial analyst in the corporate finance group.

She is a certified public accountant and commercial banker.

Gene Bracken joins Greater Baltimore panel

Gene Bracken of Ellicott City has joined the Greater Baltimore Committee staff as its director of communications.

Mr. Bracken has worked for the Maryland Chamber of Commerce and Delta Graphics in Timonium.

Consultants form human resources firm

Gordon M. Mumpower Jr. and Linda Polacek have formed Human Resources & Benefits Inc. at 9891 Broken Land Parkway, Suite 300, in Columbia.

HR&B will provide human resources consulting services to small- and medium-size companies.

Dr. Elliott Pearl joins specialty group

Dr. Elliott R. Pearl of Columbia has joined the Ear, Nose and Throat Specialty Group. He is board-certified in allergy and immunology and pediatrics.

Two appointed to board of Universal Healthwatch

John L. Caldwell and Dr. Jaime Puccio have been appointed to the board of directors of Universal Healthwatch in Columbia.

Randy H. Gresham of Baltimore has been appointed manager of Mamma Ilardo's at The Mall in Columbia. He has worked for Roy Rogers and Davco Food.

Pub Date: 3/10/96

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