People On The Move


39 county lawyers provide assistance to low-income residents

Thirty-nine Howard County lawyers have provided free or reduced-fee legal services to area residents during the last year.

Lawyers who worked through a nonprofit Maryland organization to provide legal assistance to low-income residents are Michelle Alexander, Fredric G. Antenberg, Jessica Ayres, Gus M. Bernard, Charles J. Broida, John W. Chesson, David Dagirmangian, Thanh Van Thi Doan, Stephen Drazin, Peter Driscoll, Deborah E. Dwyer, Robert Fila, Steven Gevarter, William T. Glasgow, Karen L. Gunderman, Michael Henderson, Brian S. Jablon, Leigh Kessler, Jac E. Knust, George Krywolap, Jeffrey E. Letzkus, Paul E. Mack, Shirley S. Massey, Terrence C. McAndrews, Thomas Meachum, Mary Margaret Moon, Donald Murray, Jan Ellen O'Connor, Cecilia Paizs, Roxanne Pitts, Sherman Robinson, Ria Piesner Rochvarg, Edward Ross, Daria Russell, James Sauer, Michael J. Silverman, A. Jean Steigleman, Stephen C. Thienel and Christopher Young.

Charles A. Phillips Jr. elected to nonprofit board

Charles A. Phillips Jr. of Woodbine was recently elected to the board of directors of Project PLASE, or People Lacking Ample Shelter and Employment.

He is a senior vice president and director of site engineering and surveys at KCI Technologies Inc.

Project PLASE provides transitional housing to homeless men and women, especially those who are ill or disabled.

Business Volunteers Unlimited Maryland, a nonprofit specializing in board training and placement, facilitated the appointment.

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