Old Mill resident John J. Strumsky Jr., an agent with State Farm Insurance Companies, has earned the Chartered Life Underwriter (CLU) diploma and professional designation from the American College, Bryn Mawr, Pa.

The designation is awarded to people who complete a 10-course program of examinations and fulfill experience and ethical requirements. Courses cover the fundamentals of life and health insurance, pension planning, insurance law and related topics.


Long & Foster's Odenton Office recently recognized several of itsemployees as top agents for 1990.

Lloyd Givler, a 17-year real estate veteran, is the top producer and top listing agent; Kihong Stoneis top sales agent; Kim Jackson is rookie of the year; and Beth Stublefield, Doc Kramer, Bonnie Alder, Barbara Ward and Carole Michaelsonare the top five agents.


Nancy Lindeman recently joined the corporate offices of the

residential sales division of Shannon & Luchs Realtors as director of career development.

Lindeman, who will be responsible for developing recruiting and retention programs for the division, has a 19-year career in the real estate industry.

Lindeman has worked in the regional office of Century 21 in broker services, management consulting, franchise sales and marketing for the past seven years.

A member of the Montgomery County Association of Realtors, Lindeman's responsibilities will also cover Anne Arundel County.


Bruce Petersen, presidentof the Greater Annapolis Chamber of Commerce, has announced two new members to the Chamber board of directors. Appointed as directors at large for 1991 are Ken Deats and Lisa Hillman.

Deats is the president of Creative Solutions, Advertising and Public Design Inc. The firm is a multitalented creative agency that includes client relations, marketing and senior copywriting. The company was one of the first area ad agencies based on computer-assisted design.

Ken developed marketing and fund-raising publications as a de

signer for HK Productions in Calvert County for 10 years until 1984. Deats resides in Southern Maryland with his wife and three children.

Hillman is the executive director of the Anne Arundel County Medical Center FoundationInc., returning to the foundation after three years as director of public affairs for Johns Hopkins Children's Center in Baltimore.

From 1980-1987, Hillman worked as an anchor and reporter for WCBM, WNAVand WTOP radio, covering local and legislative issues. With her husband and two children, Hillman resides in Annapolis and is active in several county organizations.


Cindy Fuller has recently joined the Annapolis office of Shannon & Luchs Realtors, beginning her new career in real estate.

A native of Columbus, Ohio, Fuller attended Ohio State University, majoring in business and receiving a master's degree in behavioral psychology.

Fuller is a member of the Anne Arundel County Association of Realtors and the National Association of Realtors. She has lived in Annapolis with her husband, Edward, for 13 years.

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