January 16, 1998
The Green Spring Valley homeowners who won a court order to cut down their neighbor's trees that blocked a view are suing their community association board of directors for more than $2 million, alleging conspiracy and fraud for failing to enforce a covenant that banned the trees.Dr. Onkar and Shakuntala Singh filed the suit in Baltimore County Circuit Court a year ago, but never told their neighbors and waited to serve them with court papers in the past two weeks.The suit names 12 members of the board of directors and the Homeowners of Greenspring Ltd.This week, Mrs. Singh said she and her husband waited a year to serve notice of the suit because, "We don't like to sue people."
February 25, 1992
The Crofton Civic Association is looking for candidates for its board of directors. The deadline to submit applications is Sunday. Forms are available at Town Hall or by calling 721-2301.The board of directors runs the special tax district. The president, secretary, director of operations, maintenance and public safety, director of recreation and youth, director of education and civic affairs, director of planning and zoning and neighborhood representative for each of the six districts are elected, as are three members of the rules committee.
March 25, 1991
James W. Blake, a land surveyor at McCrone Inc., was recently selected to serve on the Private Practice Employee's Advisory Committee, an extension of Professional Engineers in Private Practice.Blake will be responsible for helping develop and promote PEPP policies and programs.HONEYCUTT ON THE BOARDEngineer Rodney M. Honeycutt was recently elected to the Design Teams Inc. board of directors.Annapolis' Design Teams provide administrative management for two engineering firms: McCrone Inc. of Annapolis, and McFerrin/McCrone Inc. of Titusville, Fla.Honeycutt, vice president and central Maryland region operations officer for McCrone in Annapolis, is a member of the McCrone board of directors.
August 1, 2007
Geiermann selected for foundation board Annie L. Geiermann, senior vice president of the Citizens National Bank's Business Banking Group, has been appointed to the board of directors of the Columbia Foundation. The appointment was announced by Glenn L. Wilson, president of the bank. She will serve two three-year terms on the 31-member board. Geiermann replaces Joseph E. Pipetone of Citizens National, who has served on the board for five years. Citizens National, with headquarters in Laurel since 1890, is wholly-owned by Mercantile Bank Corp.
November 3, 1996
PeopleMartin L. Doordan president of Anne Arundel Health System Inc., has announced the appointment of seven new members to the Anne Arundel Medical Center Foundation's board of directors. They will serve a term of four years to help determine foundation policy and direction. New members of the board are Lou Berman, Bruce Burns, Elizabeth Frazier, George Preston Marshall, Lou Gardner, Bob Hennel, John Suit II and Leslie Tilghman. Officers of the foundation's board of directors are: Hillard Donner, chairman; Kent McNew, vice president; Margaret Ellis, secretary; John Suit II. Information: 267-1373.
March 5, 2001
Akers-Doetsch named chair of Grand Prix board Sharon L. Akers-Doetsch of Sharon Akers & Associates has been named chairwoman of the Columbia Classic Grand Prix board of directors. Sherman to serve on board of Computer Solutions Caroline Sherman, president of Columbia-based Computer Solutions GSD Inc., began a two-year term as a member of the board of directors of Purchasing Manager Inc., a purchasing services company founded in 1992 by Penny and Jean Friedberg, who are the owners and managers.
August 16, 1993
* Citizens Bancorp appointed Susan O'Malley, president of the Washington Bullets, and Freeman A. Hrabowski III, president of the University of Maryland Baltimore County, to its board of directors.* W. Kenneth Wiseman, partner in the architectural and interior design firm of Lehman, Smith, Wiseman & Associates, has been appointed to the Recreation Access Federal Advisory Board by the U.S. Architectural and Transportation Barriers Compliance Board.* Dr. James F. Burdick, director of the section of transplantation at Johns Hopkins Hospital and a visiting surgeon at Francis Scott Key Medical Center, Loch Raven Veterans Administration Hospital and the University of Maryland, was elected to the board of directors of the United Network for Organ Sharing.
August 1, 1991
Carole B. Baker of Severna Park has been elected the new president of the board of directors of Chrysalis House, a residential treatment facility offering long-term rehabilitation for drug- and alcohol-addicted women.Beth Peters, who has completed a two-year term as president, was elected vice president to the board, with responsibility for construction of Chrysalis House's new facility.Baker has been active in local, civic and non-profit activities for 15 years. From 1982 to 1990 she represented District 5 on the AnneArundel County Council.
March 24, 1991
The American National Savings Association announces that two Eldersburg residents have been elected senior officers by the association's board of directors.Russell J. Grimes Jr. and Timothy C. Hastings were elected vice presidents of the $406 million institution.Grimes began his career with American National in 1978, serving as controller since 1987. Hastings joined the association in 1987 and is the manager of the Loan Service Department.
July 9, 1991
Edward A. Dupree, energy chief for the city's Urban Services Agency, has been elected to the board of directors of the National Low Income Energy Consortium.The consortium coordinates the efforts of public, private, local and national institutions to find solutions to the energy problems of low-income families.Dupree has been with Urban Services since 1974.