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March 24, 2002

Carroll County board approves liquor licenses

The Board of License Commissioners of Carroll County recently approved two liquor license applications.

Peggy Sue Olson applied for the transfer of the Class B beer, wine and liquor license from Herbert Ferguson at the Winfield Inn. Ferguson is selling the property to Walter and Donna Tegeler, who will lease the business to Olson, an employee of the Winfield Inn for six years.

The board approved the transfer pending the completion of Health Department-ordered corrections.

An application was made to replace Alice V. Flynn on an existing Class A beer, wine and liquor license with Ki Han at Country Liquors in 140 Village Shopping Center. Also on the license are Han's sisters, Jennifer Han and Judy Han.

Flynn is giving up her interest in the business. Ki Han has worked at the store since 1999.

Network systems manager joins accounting firm

McLean, Koehler, Sparks & Hammond certified public accountants has announced that Nick Geier of Westminster has joined the firm as the network systems manager.

He will work from the company's Towson office, managing a Windows IT network.

He also will serve as a consultant for Tier One Technology Consultants, a consulting firm and business unit of McLean, Koehler, Sparks & Hammond.

A Microsoft-certified systems engineer, Geier holds a bachelor's degree in business administration and economics from Randolph-Macon College.

Local doctor elected to medical association

Dr. Natarajan Ravendhran, president of Digestive Disease Associates, was recently elected to the membership of the American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases.

Certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine in internal medicine and gastroenterology, he has done extensive research on hepatitis C., Crohn's disease, ulcers and irritable bowel disease.

Ravendhran holds a medical degree from Stanley Medical College in Madras, India, and a business of medicine degree from the Johns Hopkins University.

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