Graphics expands, moves to new locationJ & K...

J & K

June 20, 1999

J & K Graphics expands, moves to new location

J & K Graphics and Printing has announced that it has moved its offices because of expansion.

The new address is 4510 Lower Beckleysville Road, Hampstead.

The 5-year-old company, owned by Kathy Rampolla, specializes in printing, embroidered garments and promotional items.

Information: 410-239-2345.

Bank appoints Wetstein as senior vice president

Farmers & Mechanics Bank has appointed H. Wendy Wetstein to senior vice president and manager of the trust and investment management group.

She has 18 years of experience in trust and investment management, having worked at other banks.

She is a graduate of the University of South Florida, Cumberland School of Law at Samford University and Cannon Trust School.

Zoning board allows move by Mats and Slats Framing

The Board of Zoning Appeals of Carroll County has approved a conditional use request for a retail sales operation in Eldersburg on property zoned for restricted industrial use.

Eldersburg Business Center Inc. of Baltimore made the request for Mats and Slats Framing to operate a shop at 1393 Progress Way in the center.

Mats and Slats Framing owners Roger L. Carroll and Robert Matuszak testified to the board that their business in Country Village Shopping Center has outgrown its location.

The larger space on Progress Way would allow for a display room, production and manufac- turing activities, and a warehouse and loading dock area.

The board found the business compatible with others in the center.

Morton joins law practice in Westminster

Attorney E. Susan Miller has announced that Laura Guadalupe Morton has joined her law practice in Westminster.

Morton obtained her law degree from the University of San Diego School of Law in 1993.

She also has a bachelor of arts degree in political science and journalism from San Diego State University.

She did postgraduate work in international law and politics at the Universidad de Navarra in Pamplona, Spain, where she was an International Rotary Foundation fellow.

Morton recently completed a two-year clerkship with Carroll County Circuit Court Judge Luke K. Burns Jr.

She also is a 1998-1999 Leadership Academy Fellow with the Maryland State Bar Association and member of the California Bar.

Union National Bancorp declares $0.115 dividend

Union National Bancorp's board of directors has declared a quarterly cash dividend of $0.115 payable June 30 to stockholders of record Tuesday.

The dividend is a 4.5 percent increase compared with the last quarter and an 18.4 percent increase for the first half of 1999 compared with the same period last year.

The bank had assets of $299.7 million, net loans of $162.8 million and total deposits of $227.7 million as of March 31.

Pub Date: 6/20/99

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