September 29, 1991
Communications Electronics Inc. recently was awarded the distinctionof Medium Retail Business of the Year 1991 by the Baltimore County Economic Development Commission and Chamber of Commerce.Company president Glenn D. Cassell of Hampstead received the award from James P. O'Connor, chairman of the Economic Development Commission Business Awards Committee.Established in 1976, the Baltimore County-based firm is an independently owned and operated mobile communications company.CEI is amaster distributor for General Electric and is the largest agent forCellular One in the greater Baltimore area with four authorized sales and service centers in the state.
June 13, 1998
Westminster High School presented awards and scholarshipsto graduating seniors at an assembly June 5.Students receiving honors were:Senatorial Scholarships: Emily Beninghove, Shilah Carrel, Erik Fisher, Kristine Lambert, Scott Laverdiere, Shannon Lawson, Jenna Mulligan, Shannon O'Neill, Katrina Righter, Kimberly Skipper.U.S. Military Academy at West Point appointment: Paul G. Peterson.Army National Guard Awards: Distinguished Scholar, Jonathan Krumrine; Scholar Athlete, Thea Bayly; Maryland Commendation Medal, Christina Miserandino.
October 26, 1999
"Lie in the Dark," by Sun reporter Dan Fesperman, has won the John Creasey Memorial Award as the best first crime novel of 1999.The Creasey award is one of the Dagger Awards for mysteries given by the British Crime Writers Association.The award to Fesperman, 44, of Baltimore, will be presented Dec. 9 at a luncheon in London.Past American winners of the Creasey award include Patricia Cornwell's "Postmortem" (1990) and Janet Evanovich's "One for the Money" (1995).
September 25, 2010
In the three years that she battled leukemia, Kamryn Lambert spent more time at the University of Maryland Hospital for Children in Baltimore than she did at home with her family. When she was home in Pasadena, Kami, as she was called, would often accompany her maternal grandmother, Debi Katzenberger, on shopping trips for pajamas. "She rarely ever got to go to school, so her way of expressing herself and being able to always be fashionable was to always buy really fun or cool pajamas when she returned to the hospital," Katzenberger recalled last week.
October 21, 1997
Walter Sondheim, a leader in Maryland school reforms and a member of the State Board of Education, is a 1997 recipient of the Distinguished Service Award of the National Association of State Boards of Education.A Baltimore community leader, Sondheim was one of only three honorees from around the country. He received the award last week at the association's annual conference in Kiawah Island, S.C.Pub Date: 10/21/97
December 10, 2006
Hyatt Regency Baltimore Convention Services Manager Robert J. Clark of Abingdon has been nominated for the Distinguished Convention Service Management Award for the second consecutive year. The award is an international recognition given annually by the Professional Convention Management Association, a worldwide association of meeting industry professionals. The award recognizes exceptional performance, professional expertise, and seamless fulfillment of all logistical requirements of a meeting.
January 6, 1991
Fallston General Hospital's Health Calendar, celebrating its 15th anniversary, received a Silver Touchstone Award from the American Society for Health Care Marketing and Public Relations, American Hospital Association.The award was presented for excellence in health-caremarketing and public relations in the publications-single purpose category.The 1990 calendar, produced by the Fallston General public relations department, also received an Award of Merit in the Alfred J. Knight Jr. Honor Roll Competition sponsored by the Maryland Hospital Public Relations Society.
January 5, 1992
The Early Childhood Development Program at Essex Community College has been awarded the Maryland State Department of Education's Award of Excellence for Career and Technology Education for 1991.The award was presented to Dr. Andrew Snope, dean of instruction at Essex, during ceremonies at a meeting of the Maryland Career and Technology Education administrators. Accepting the award with Dr. Snope were Donna Jacobs, associate professor and program coordinator, and Dorothy Wood and Adrienne Koram, associate professors of Early Childhood Education.
December 5, 1990
Representative Tom McMillen will be given the St. Julie Billiart Award by Arthur Slade Regional Catholic School at an hourlong champagne reception 6 p.m. next Wednesday. in the school's library.The reception will honor the school's major benefactors and will be hosted by the Arthur Slade Development Office.The area Democratic congressman will become the third recipient of the prestigious award. Usually bestowed on major financial supporters of the school, it is named after the founders of the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur, the order of nuns that has staffed Arthur Slade Regional Catholic School since its opening in 1954.