Names in the newsMartin "Chip" Doordan and the Anne...

Business Notes

June 23, 1996

Names in the news

Martin "Chip" Doordan and the Anne Arundel Medical Center received the Anne Arundel Trade Council's president's award. Doordan is chief executive officer and president of the hospital's Anne Arundel Health System. He has served two consecutive terms on the Trade Council's board of directors. The medical center was cited for its partnership with the Trade Council for the first 55+ Expo.

Kimberly B. Gomoljak has joined Design Teams of Annapolis as chief accountant. She will supervise all client accounting functions for the operating companies of McCrone Inc. in Maryland and Florida.

Richard F. Kolasheski has been appointed by the Krypton Institute as executive director of the Annapolis center. He will be responsible for the operation of the center and will conduct training and consultation. The Krypton Institute is a network of business development centers across North America.

Sharon Fontana has joined the Historic Inns of Annapolis, a division of Remington Hotels, as director of sales and marketing. She previously worked for Remington Hotels, where she oversaw sales, marketing and advertising for seven properties.

Susan Hubbard has joined Colonial Manor Homes in Severna Park as hospitality manager. Hubbard will manage food services and events at Colonial Manor's eight area assisted-living residences for seniors. She owned and operated Cafe Normandie in Annapolis from 1977 to 1989.

Christine Conley has been named executive director of the Annapolis Regional Transportation Management Association. She has served as the ARTMA Rideshare coordinator since 1994.

A. Kay Kline has been appointed manager of the Prudential Preferred Properties' Parole office. She is a member of the Greater Bowie and Crofton chambers of commerce and the Anne Arundel County Trade Council.

John M. Suit II, chairman and chief executive officer of the Farmers Bank of Maryland in Annapolis, has been elected

president of the Maryland Bankers Association. Before joining Farmers Bank in 1989, he spent 26 years with the Annapolis Banking and Trust Co., where he was executive vice president and director.

The BWI Business Partnership awarded its Spirit of Success award to the National Security Agency as the district's Business of the Year. The award was established to recognize the economic and community importance of a business or institution to the district.

Anne Arundel Trade Council awarded Herrington Harbour Marina its Environmental Awareness Award, and Northrop Grumman Corp. Electronic Sensors and Systems Division its Recycling Excellence Award at the council's spring membership dinner.

Pub Date: 6/23/96

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