Chamber elects four people to first 3-year board termsThe...

Business Digest

September 29, 1997

Chamber elects four people to first 3-year board terms

The Baltimore/Washington Corridor Chamber of Commerce has elected Deborah Bass of the Pacific Institute, David "Skip" Higley of the Computer Learning Center of Laurel, Caroline Murn of the First National Bank of Maryland and Dr. Vince Schembari of Schembari Family Dentistry to their first three-year terms as directors.

Elected for second three-year terms are Steve Baker of the Kennedy Krieger Institute, Donald Danneman of Danneman's Auto Service, Martin Goozman of Wilson, Goozman, Bernstein & Markuski and Glenn Wilson of Citizens National Bank.

People

Richard M. Hesse, CPA, a resident of Columbia, has been named senior director of finance and administration for the Maryland Science Center. He will oversee financial operations. He takes over from Jerome Price, who is retiring.

Joseph T. Loverde, a Columbia resident, has assumed the presidency of the ReVisions Foundation, the fund-raising arm of ReVisions Inc. Behavioral Health Systems of Central Maryland. ReVisions Inc. is a nonprofit rehabilitation center for the mentally ill in Catonsville. Loverde is a certified residential real estate broker who manages his own agency, Realty Concepts.

Richard H. Shepherd Jr., owner of Columbia Pontiac Buick GMC, will be the speaker at the Baltimore/Washington Corridor Chamber of Commerce Brown Bag Lunch from noon to 1 p.m. Oct. 14. He will speak on the topic, "A Car Dealer's Tricks of the Trade." Information: 410-309-9700.

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