What a new stadium will mean to the city, state...

Industry Digest

September 29, 1996

What a new stadium will mean to the city, state economies

"Football Stadium -- If You Build It, Economic Development Will Come: Maryland's Field of Dreams" is the title of a symposium planned for 8: 30 a.m. Oct. 8 in the Plaza Room at Scarlett Place, 250 S. President St.

Speakers in the program sponsored by the Commercial Real Estate Network include Baltimore Ravens owner Art Modell, Maryland Stadium Authority Chairman John Moag and state Economic Development Secretary James T. Brady. Information: (410) 462-2500, Ext. 3921.

Drop-off points designated for food bank donations

WNY Management Corp., which manages more than 4,000 apartment homes in Maryland, Delaware, Pennsylvania and New Jersey, is assisting the Maryland Food Bank in the collection of food for the needy.

The company's Cedars Apartments, Cedar Gardens Apartments and Valley Terrace Apartments and Townhomes -- all in the Randallstown area -- have been designated as year-round drop-off points for donations to the food bank.

Landscape technicians receive certification

The Landscape Contractors Association of Maryland, D.C. and Virginia recently presented the Certified Landscape Technician designation to 16 candidates who successfully completed a daylong examination at Prince George's Community College.

Certificates for installation went to: Chris Kokoskie, Cannon Landscape Management Inc., Frederick; John Lawler, Ruppert Landscape Co. Inc., Forestville; Jeffrey Race and Matthew Stull, Spring Gardens, Ijamsville; Ed Ryan, McHale & McHale Landscape Design Inc., Lothian; John Shorb, John Shorb Landscaping Inc., Kensington; Frank Yensan, Creative Exteriors Inc., Woodbine; and Matt Owens and Chris Vedrani of the Chapel Valley Landscape Co., Woodbine. Earning maintenance certification were: David Angell, Potomac Garden Center, North Potomac; Jonathan Clark, Jon Clark Inc., Gaithersburg; Chris Coffman and Joe Pistininzi, Brickman Group Ltd., Rockville; Mike Fitzgerald, R.J. Sunday Landscape Management, Frederick; and Brian Scheck Jr., Maxalea Nurseries Inc., Baltimore.

News in brief

Century 21 Rosendale Realty won the top ranking for the second quarter of 1996 among the 27 offices that make up the Eastern Shore Century 21 Central Atlantic Region. Sylvia FTC Thrower of Rosendale's Kent Island office had $2.5 million in home sales to head the list of Gold Award winners, which included Elaine Windson, Mike Rosendale, Jan Trimble and Maxine Salyers, Kent Island; and Anna McCabe and Jeremiah Schram, Centreville; and Diane Wenk, Joe Loveless and Donald Trice, Greensboro office.

Silver Award winners with at least $1.5 million in home sales were Lisa Rosendale, Centreville, and Karen Salter, Elizabeth Willow, Laura Keene and Helen Tollefson, Kent Island.

Champion Realty Inc. said Carolyn Mathias, Mary K. Gordon and Tom and Yona Kelly of the Annapolis office each sold $1 million worth of homes in June. Other top agents honored for their production: Rusty VanVoorhis, Annapolis; Frank Taglienti, Vicki Shinaberry, Linda Buckley, Barb VanHorn, Mary Raimond and Jan Hendricks, Severna Park; Daniel Chanteloup, Mike Boryk and Desi Hodgson, Pasadena; Sue Clow, Mona LaCovey, Janet Schwenke and Steve Penkert, Arnold; Diana Carlson, Bev Sloane, Jamie Schertler and David Oliva, Eastern Shore; Peg Wallace and Carolyn LaFon, Main Street; Sharron Geisler and Kim Pell, South County; Cathy Jones and Nancy Heckendorf, North County; Dee Collins, Jack Macauley, Barbra Clair, Sherri Puller and Jane Melhorn, Odenton; and Kim Mills, Carolyn Hammell and Jack Maier, Crofton.

Long & Foster Real Estate Inc. said Kelly Willey of the Bel Air office was the company's top seller in Harford County for June with $496,000 in home sales. Linda Hash was the top lister and Sandie Klein was the agent with the most new listings.

Long & Foster Real Estate Inc. said its 30 Maryland offices raised $53,027 for the American Heart Association during a recent statewide "teleparty."

The Easton office led the way by soliciting $7,018 from new and renewing donors. The Bel Air office was the top producer of new contributions with $3,164.

O'Conor, Piper & Flynn Realtors said Lynn Patrick, a sales associate in the Bel Air/Forest Hill office, has been awarded the Certified Residential Specialist designation by the Residential Sales Council of the Realtors National Marketing Institute, an affiliate of the National Association of Realtors. Earlier this year, Patrick was named Distinguished Sales Associate of the Year by the Harford County Association of Realtors.

On the move

Fidelity Title Co. said Joceleyn Curtis has joined the marketing staff in its Pikesville office. Curtis, a resident of Harford County, is a former three-sport letter winner at Bel Air High School, where she was active in student government.

First American Title Insurance Co. said Harry B. Shadoan has joined the firm as counsel in its state office in Baltimore. A graduate of Eastern Kentucky University, Shadoan has a law degree from the University of Baltimore School of Law.

The Masonry Institute said Sherry Bell has joined the trade group as assistant to the director of the communications department. Bell has a bachelor of arts in English from Dickinson College.

Pub Date: 9/29/96

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