People On The Move

PEOPLE ON THE MOVE

October 25, 2004

Lisa Brusio Coster announces new communications firm

Lisa Brusio Coster, an independent public relations counselor and writer, has announced the formation of Coster Communications Ltd.

After more than a decade in corporate public relations in the Washington area, Coster expanded into the Baltimore market and began consulting under her name in 1997. The company is offering public relations plans; writing and editing services, including feature articles, grant proposals and promotional materials; media relations; and event management.

The company's current clients include WYPR 88.1 public radio; the Jim Rouse Entrepreneurial Fund; and Presidential Financial Corp, of the Chesapeake.

Retired minister Asbury honored for leadership

The Rev. Claud L. Asbury, a retired Southern Baptist minister, has been awarded platinum membership in the Republican Presidential Task Force for his leadership in the Ellicott City community in support of President Bush.

His name will be inscribed on the Task Force Founders' Wall in the Honors Courtyard of the Ronald Wilson Reagan Republican Center on Capitol Hill.

Eakes elected to board of maritime museum

Brian M. Eakes of Elkridge was recently elected to the Baltimore Maritime Museum's board of directors. He is a vice president and controller for Legg Mason Wood Walker Inc.

The museum, a nonprofit organization, maintains ships of national historic importance. The ships are docked in Baltimore's Inner Harbor.

Business Volunteers Unlimited, a nonprofit organization specializing in board training and placement, facilitated the placement.

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