Names in the newsPeter Engel has been named deputy...

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November 17, 1996

Names in the news

Peter Engel has been named deputy director of the Community Development Administration of the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. He also is director of housing development programs for the department, where he manages the state's rental housing programs. Before working for the state, Engel was an associate with the law firm Hale and Dorr in Boston. There, he participated in real estate transactions ranging from the purchase and sale of residential units to the development of large commercial projects.

Chateau Builders a land-development and homebuilding company based in Columbia, has appointed Jessica Glynn of Shipley's Choice director of sales and marketing. Richard Azrael, president of Chateau Builders, made the announcement.

First Night Annapolis Inc. the nonprofit organization that produces Maryland's annual celebration of the lively arts on New Year's Eve, has announced that retired Adm. Leon Edney, Sean dTC Loney, Carole Alexander, Maurice Tose and Dr. Richard Peeler have joined its board of directors. Retired Navy Capt. William Busik is board chairman.

Mona O'Kane recently joined the law firm Hyatt, Peters & Weber, P.A., in Annapolis. She will be responsible for residential and commercial loan closings. O'Kane is a member of the Maryland and Pennsylvania bars.

Jane R. Snider of Annapolis and M. Lee Marston of Severna Park have been appointed to the board of trustees of Anne Arundel Health System Inc. The announcement was made by President Martin L. Doordan at the system's annual meeting last week. Snider is the founding director of the Summit School in Anne Arundel County, an independent school for students with learning disabilities. Marston is chief executive officer of J. J. Haines Inc., the regional distributor for Armstrong floor coverings. Doordan also announced the election of longtime volunteer Patricia Rutemiller as president of the auxiliary of Anne Arundel Medical Center.

The Chesapeake Bay Trust announces the selection of David A. Minges as executive director. Minges comes to the trust from the directorship of the Governor's Office on Volunteerism, where he oversaw the development of Volunteer Maryland!, the Governor's Commission on Service and various statewide volunteer initiatives and partnerships. The Chesapeake Bay Trust is a private, nonprofit organization chartered by the Maryland legislature in 1985. Information: 974-2941.

Crosby Marketing Communications has announced that Patrice McGeady has joined the agency as a senior account executive. McGeady has extensive administrative, organizational, analytical and communications experience. Her expertise includes strategic planning, corporate and organization management, media relations, and convention planning and coordination.

Crosby Marketing Communications has been named agency of record for the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA), a not-for-profit, watchdog organization that monitors the quality of managed health care plans throughout the United States. Headquartered in Washington, NCQA is recognized as the leader in providing quality information that enables purchasers and consumers of managed health care to make more informed decisions.

Pub Date: 11/17/96

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