Business Notes

Business Notes

October 17, 2004

SportsCare Rehab hires 2 trainers, physical therapist

Maryland SportsCare Rehab has announced additions to its staff at several locations.

Emily Jensen and Kate Aumann, certified athletic trainers, have joined the Westminster office.

Jensen is a graduate of Coe College in Iowa and worked as an athletic trainer in Chicago. Aumann just completed a master's degree from the University of Virginia and is head athletic trainer at Urbana High School.

Jamin Parezo, physical therapist, has joined the Eldersburg office. He holds a master's degree from Elon University in North Carolina.

Parkinson's Outreach honors local sponsors

The Central Maryland Parkinson's Outreach recently honored local platinum sponsors for their donations at the 5-kilometer walk held last month for the American Parkinson's Disease Association.

Joe Deluca, manager of the Long & Foster Realtor Co. in Eldersburg, and Jeff Sussman, owner of the Advantage Title Co. in Eldersburg, received plaques for helping the organization raise nearly $17,000 for Parkinson's research.

Barbara Delahanty, also of the Long & Foster Eldersburg office, received a plaque for raising more than $1,200.

Employees recognized at Brethren Service dinner

The Brethren Service Center recently honored 12 employees for their tenure at the annual recognition dinner.

Those honored included Church of the Brethren General Board employees:

Twenty years: Frances Coale, office technology; Max Price, truck driver.

Fifteen years: Ron Anders, maintenance mechanic; Diane Gosnell, emergency response secretary.

Five years: Gerald Duble, housekeeping supervisor; Connie Bohn, conference center secretary; Cynthia Braglio, service ministries secretary; Elaine Hyde, conference coordinator; Stan Noffsinger, general secretary.

Interchurch Medical Assistance Inc. honored Connie Bowman, administrative services assistant for 10 years; and Vickie Johnson, communications manager; and Glen Brubaker, medical adviser, for five years of service.

Marada Industries donates educational toys, books

As part of the United Way of Central Maryland Campaign kickoff in Carroll County, the staff at Marada Industries held a toy drive for Carroll Child Care Centers Inc.

Marada celebrated a Month of Caring by collecting educational toys and books for the private nonprofit child care center accredited by the Maryland State Department of Education.

Marada also has agreed to temporarily house the children and staff in case of an emergency evacuation of the center so that everyone can remain together while parents are called to pick up their children in a convenient place next door.

Since 1975, the Carroll Child Care Centers Inc. has been one of only three United Way member agencies in Carroll County.

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