State chamber elects new officers and directorsThe...

Business Digest

June 07, 1999

State chamber elects new officers and directors

The Maryland Chamber of Commerce has elected new officers and 18 new directors to its board.

Arthur D. Ebersberger, president of The Ebersberger Cos., an insurance consulting group in Severna Park, is the new chairman. Jerome Evans, vice chairman and chief financial officer of First National Bank, is the new vice chairman.

New directors are:

Parker O. Chapman, chief executive officer, Poole and Kent Co., Baltimore.

Pat Donovan, Comcast Cablevision, Harford County.

J. Alexander Doyle, president, Micro Machining Inc., Baltimore.

Jaye S. Gamble, Comcast Cable Communications Inc., Baltimore.

Randy Garrett, State Farm Insurance, Frederick.

Guy L. Gilmore, The Baltimore Sun.

Suzanne D. Hayes, Wheat First Union, Hagerstown.

Donald N. Langenberg, chancellor, University System of Maryland.

Terry F. Neimeyer, president and chief executive officer, KCI Technologies Inc., Hunt Valley.

W. Stephen Pindell, vice president, Branch Banking and Trust, Columbia.

John Q. Porter, Esq., Spectrum International Inc., Rockville.

James R. Thomas, Partner, George Miles and Buhr, Salisbury.

David L. Vercollone, senior vice president, Millennium Inorganic Chemicals, Hunt Valley.

Katherine E. Whiting, Coca Cola Enterprises Inc., Columbia.

Patti K. Willis, Shore Health System, Easton.

David L. Winstead, Wilkes, Artis, Hedrick and Lane.

Samuel T. Woodside, president, Energy Controls International, Hunt Valley.

Elmer S. Zepp, vice president, FCNB Bank, Westminster.

Names in the news

Bristol Retail Solutions Inc. of Newport Beach, Calif., recently signed a letter of intent to acquire Hayman Systems of Laurel and MICROS of South Florida. Both companies provide point-of-sale solutions and network integration and support specializing in the hospitality industry. Upon closing of the transaction, Richard Hayman will become president and chief executive of Bristol.

French Bray Inc. of Glen Burnie recently received an award for management excellence during the 20th annual NAPL Management Plus Awards competition. This was the fourth award French Bray has received in the past 10 years, which allows them to be a member of NAPL's Management Plus Society.

Chaney Enterprises recently received its seventh annual Excellence in Construction Award from the Associated Builders and Contractors Inc. Chesapeake Chapter in the manufacturing plant category.

Pub Date: 6/07/99

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