Azola president of Maryland Home Builders

REAL ESTATE WATCH

December 06, 1998

Martin P. Azola, president of Azola Companies, was inducted last week as president of the Home Builders Association of Maryland at the organization's 79th annual banquet, held at Pimlico Race Course.

Azola, who succeeds Howard Saslow of Encore Homes Inc., specializes in adaptive reuse of older and historic buildings and has worked in development, design, construction and property management for 25 years in the Baltimore metropolitan area.

Also inducted were: Jay Weiss of Ashley Custom Homes, president-elect; Dwight Hikel of Shelter Systems Unlimited, first vice president; Bob Leatherwood of Roll-Off Express, vice president/associate; Frank Hertsch of Morris & Ritchie Associates Inc., secretary; and Glen Jackson of Sentinel Title Corp., treasurer.

HBAM also honored John Bowers Jr., assistant vice president of Nottingham Properties, as its 1998 Builder of the Year and Kevin Michno, senior vice president of Mercantile Mortgage Corp., as its Associate of the Year.

Pub Date: 12/06/98

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