Westminster lawyer named life fellow of...

Business Notes

June 27, 1999

Westminster lawyer named life fellow of foundation

Westminster attorney E. Susan Miller has been made a life fellow of the Maryland Bar Foundation.

Membership as a life fellow is limited to the top 3.5 percent of Maryland attorneys with outstanding professional accomplishments and exemplary character.

Miller has been active in a number of Carroll County organizations, including the Chamber of Commerce, Greater Westminster Development Corp., Health Services Corp., Carroll County General Hospital Foundation, the advisory board of Farmers & Mechanics National Bank and Bonds Meadow Rotary Club.

Miller's practice focuses on business and corporate law. She has a doctoral law degree magna cum laude from the University of Baltimore School of Law.

F & M Bancorp declares 5 percent dividend

The board of directors of F & M Bancorp of Frederick has declared a 5 percent dividend payable July 28 to stockholders of record July 15.

A quarterly cash dividend of 27 cents per share payable Aug. 2 to shareholders of record July 15 also was declared.

F & M Bancorp had total assets of $1.451 billion and deposits of $1.142 billion as of March 31.

The bank has 35 offices in five Maryland counties, including Carroll, and Adams County, Pa.

Midland Railway elects Miller as chairman

Maryland Midland Railway's board of directors has elected Harvey L. Miller as chairman to replace Henry F. LeBrun, who resigned in April.

Miller is chairman and chief executive officer of GSI Corp. in Timonium, a manufacturer of high-technology wire assemblies, and of DM Realty Corp. of Baltimore, a developer of automotive service sites for chain companies.

He also is a director of Chesapeake Laboratories of Baltimore, a biotechnology company.

He and his wife live in Cockeysville.

O'Conor, Piper & Flynn names top agents in May O'Conor, Piper & Flynn ERA Realtors has announced the top agents for last month.

Eldersburg: Susie Rippel, top lister; Kathy Gilbert, top seller.

Hampstead: Stephanie Appler, top lister; Lynne Bare, top seller.

Mount Airy: Scott Lederer, top lister; Cheryl Kibler, top seller.

Westminster: Darlene Kegel, top lister; Chris Shipley and Al Noblon, top sellers.

Pub Date: 6/27/99

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