Eyre Bus Service wins Olympic Games businessEyre Bus...

BUSINESS NOTES

April 28, 1996

Eyre Bus Service wins Olympic Games business

Eyre Bus Service of Glenelg has been chosen by General Motors Corp. to provide transportation for their business throughout the Olympic Games in Atlanta.

Pepsi-Cola recently leased Eyre's Executive Class Coach service for use during the Atlantic Coast Conference college basketball tournament games held last month in Greensboro, N.C.

Scott Reiner to oversee Paragon computer consulting

Scott R. Reiner has joined Paragon Computer Services in Ellicott City as a computer consulting manager.

He will be responsible for overseeing consulting services to mid- size companies in real estate, health care and financial services in the Baltimore region.

Ex-newspaper executive opens marketing, PR firm

Jean F. Moon, former general manager of Patuxent Publishing Co., has started Jean Moon & Associates, a public relations and marketing firm.

Ms. Moon is a 25-year resident of Columbia and a founding board member of the Columbia Festival of the Arts and the Howard County Poetry and Literature Society.

She was awarded the 1992 James W. Rouse Award by the Columbia Foundation.

Meg Schumacher of Elkridge has joined the American Heart Association -- Maryland Affiliate, as an area director for the Howard County Division.

She will be responsible for public education, volunteer recruitment and fund-raising.

Angela Hogan has joined Saval Foods in Dorsey as the human resources director.

Ms. Hogan spent nine years in the personnel department of Revisions, a nonprofit rehabilitation agency. She was personnel manager for five years.

Carol Holmquist to head Family Life Center

Carol Holmquist has joined the Family Life Center in Columbia executive director.

She has been executive director of HEAL Inc., an ecumenical nonprofit organization in Baltimore, and president and CEO of the Easter Seal Society of Maryland.

AlliedSignal Technical Services Corp. has been awarded a $375,000 contract by Motorola's Satellite Communications Division to provide pre-launch support, control and communications for the satellite system developed for Iridium Inc., a global telecommunications venture.

Iridium is funding the development and implementation of a satellite-based system designed to serve hand-held telephones and pagers anywhere in the world.

Pub Date: 4/28/96

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