In Business

In Business

June 02, 2007

Awards

Travelers Cos. presented Albert "Skip" Counselman, chairman and chief executive officer of Riggs, Counselman, Michaels & Downes, with its inaugural Lifetime Achievement Award.

Rose Wang, president and chief executive officer of Bethesda-based Binary Group, received a leadership award in the entrepreneur category from Women In Technology.

Openings

Amedisys Home Health Care of Glen Burnie, which provides home health and hospice services, opened an office at 100 West Road in Towson.

Organizations

The Maryland Bankers Association named C. Richard Miller Jr., president and chief executive officer of Woodsboro Bank, as its vice chairman.

Greater Baltimore Technology Council named Paul Silber, founder and former president and chief executive officer of In Vitro Technologies, chairman of its Biotech Roundtable.

Relocations

Frederick County Bank will relocate its Antietam branch office to 198 Thomas Johnson Drive in Frederick. The new branch, which replaces a location closed by fire and water damage in February, is expected to open in the third quarter.

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