Attorney E. Suzan Miller on list of Top 100 WomenCarroll...

BUSINESS NOTES

April 11, 1999

Attorney E. Suzan Miller on list of Top 100 Women

Carroll County attorney E. Suzan Miller has been selected by the Daily Record as one of Maryland's Top 100 Women of 1999.

Maryland's Top 100 Women is an awards program that recognizes outstanding women who play key roles in building the state's future.

She has a juris doctor degree magna cum laude from the University of Baltimore School of Law, a master of science degree summa cum laude in biomedical science from Hood College in Frederick, and a bachelor's degree in chemistry from Western Maryland College.

Her community service includes participation in the Greater Westminster Development Corporation, Carroll County Health Services Corporation, Carroll County General Hospital Foundation, Tourism Council of Carroll County, Farmers & Mechanics National bank, Carroll County Chamber of Commerce and Bonds Meadow Rotary Club.

Miller was also chosen for the Top 100 award in 1997.

Union National Bank names Dolores Wilson to board

The board of Union National Bank has named Dolores Wilson to the bank's Mount Airy advisory board.

She is vice president and co-owner of Versatile Construction Co.

Wilson is active in Frederick County civic and professional organizations.

Metzler's Garden Center has several promotions

Metzler's Garden Center and Florist has announced several promotions at its Columbia and Winfield sites.

Katrina Metzler-Bellofatto has been named second vice president of operations. She oversees the company's floral and gift departments, as well as general operations.

Hans Metzler has been named chief financial officer, overseeing the stores' ornamental trees and shrubs, evergreens and deciduous trees.

Debbie Cheak is the new manager of the Columbia store. Jim Cheak has moved to the Winfield store as manager, along with Westminster resident Paula Rodek as leader of the floral department.

Carol McAllister has been promoted from sales associate to director of events and education for both stores. Carol Derenge has been named corporate herbaceous buyer.

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