Howard Business

PEOPLE ON THE MOVE

April 01, 2002

Tayman boarding pets of victims of domestic violence

David Tayman, owner of Columbia Animal Hospital and a member of the board of the Domestic Violence Center, is boarding pets of domestic violence victims until their owners can find new homes. The service is part of a program called PetSafe that Tayman began several years ago.

Tayman, who hopes to create a larger facility for the service, has established a network of area veterinarians who provide discounted or free care to pets of people with AIDS. He is a founder of the Howard County Pets on Wheels program.

Vantage House names DeMuesy administrator

Jodie DeMuesy has joined Vantage House Retirement Community as administrator. She will be responsible for transportation and security, building services, recreation services, health services and marketing.

DeMuesy, who has a degree in long-term health care administration and certification in gerontology, was assistant administrator at Ginger Cove in Annapolis and at Greenwood Village South in Greenwood, Ind.

Rosenthal is appointed to marketing position

Julie A. Rosenthal will handle marketing for the In-Home an Caregiver Services Program of Family and Children's Services in Howard County.

The Clarksville resident, who has served in a number of marketing and administrative positions in Howard County and the Washington area, also coordinates a program for senior citizens for the Jewish Federation of Howard County.

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