Howard Business

People On The Move

May 07, 2001

Governor taps Krieg for voluntarism panel

Richard M. Krieg, president and chief executive officer of the Horizon Foundation, has been named by Gov. Parris N. Glendening to the Governor's Commission on Service and Volunteerism.

The 25-person commission, which reports to Lt. Gov. Kathleen Kennedy Townsend, oversees a $22.8 million annual budget and programs such as AmeriCorps Maryland, the Maryland's Promise Program and regional volunteer centers. Krieg has also been named to the board of directors of the Association of Baltimore Area Grantmakers.

Jason M. Kindel honored for fighting retail crime

Officer Jason M. Kindel of the Howard County Police Department has been selected to receive an award by the Maryland Retailers Association for his efforts in retail crime prevention in the Baltimore region.

As a regional award recipient, Kindel is also a candidate for the statewide award for retail crime prevention to be announced May 16. Kindel received an Excellence in Law Enforcement Award for 2000 at the 44th Police Officer of the Year awards luncheon in Towson and was the recipient of a Baltimore Sun Police Officer of the Year award last month.

Coldwell Banker names its top producers for April

Randall and Linda Nash and Phyllis Cook of the Columbia office of Coldwell Banker Realty Pros Ltd. have been named top producers for the month of April.

The Nashes sold more than $3 million worth of real estate last month, and Phyllis Cook sold more than $2 million.

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