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March 07, 2007

Three join the board of business financier

Michael A. Mobley, executive director of j-ref, a small-business financier in Howard County, has announced that Victor R. McCrary Jr., Elizabeth Hess and Allen Stott have joined the private not-for-profit organization's board of directors. Their terms will run for three years.

McCrary, of Clarksville, is the business area executive for science and technology at the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory in North Laurel.

Hess is principal consultant, BullsEye Computing Solutions Inc. of Ellicott City. She lives in Woodstock.

Stott, who lives in Sykesville, is vice president of Stronghold Advisors LLC in Columbia.

In the Center for Business and Technology Development in Columbia, j-ref is a funding source for Howard County start-up and emerging companies.

Louis Jay Ulman with new law firm

Louis Jay Ulman, formerly of Hodes, Ulman, Pessin and Katz P.A. and father of County Executive Ken Ulman, has joined Offit Kurman, Attorneys at Law, as a senior partner in the firm's estate planning and elder law planning group, as of last week.

An expert in estate planning and elder law, Ulman was a recipient of the Daily Record's Maryland Leadership in Law Award. He is a past chairman of the Maryland Racing Commission, past vice chairman of the Maryland Public Broadcasting Commission and in 2006, he was named as one of the state's "Legal Elite" by Baltimore SmartCEO magazine.

Joining Ulman at Offit Kurman will be his administrative assistant of 25 years, Roz M. Naviasky, who received a 2006 Daily Record "Unsung Legal Heroes" award.

Stanley Neuhauser will also join the firm as a member of the estate planning and elder law planning group.

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