Business Briefs

May 28, 2006

Autumn Assisted Living

Autumn Assisted Living on May 1 acquired the former Eden Pines community at 310 Cameo Drive in Hagerstown.

Autumn Assisted Living cares for the elderly with memory-related impairments such as Alzheimer's disease and related dementias.

Owner Russell A. DiGilio said the physical design offers three distinct neighborhoods and complements specialized programming.

An activity program based on each resident's specific needs is developed, he said.

Lakeview Title Co.

FREDERICK, Md. - Lakeview Title Co. will open a new office at 50 Carroll Creek Way in downtown Frederick on June 14.

Manager of the office will be Kevin Yungmann and assistant manager will be Matthew Doyle.

Yungmann has been practicing law in Maryland since 2002.

Doyle is a licensed settlement officer in Maryland and Pennsylvania.


Edward Jones

Shelby Penn-Ross' office at 33 W. Franklin St., Suite 101, in Hagerstown will host a seminar entitled "Medicare: Keeping up with New Changes," on Tuesday, May 30, from noon to 1:30 p.m.

Guest speaker will be Katrina Eversole, health insurance advocate for the Washington County Commission on Aging. She will discuss how Medicare has changed and what will change in the future.

The seminar is free. Lunch will be served. Those wishing to attend may call 301-733-0625 to reserve a seat.

NIMA Custom Homes

IJAMSVILLE, Md. - NIMA Custom Homes has won Awards of Excellence from the Frederick County Builders Association.

It is the sixth consecutive year the firm has won an Award of Excellence at the association's awards ceremony.

NIMA won an award in the custom home-building category for Best Custom Home between $1 million and $1.25 million for a residence built in Frederick, Md.

NIMA also won an award in the media marketing category for Best Full Color Advertisement.


A local company was among the recipients of the 2005 Locator Excellence Awards presented by Miss Utility of Maryland and Washington, D.C.

Erik White of Williamsport, UtiliQuest, received a Locator Excellence Award, given to locators who had no at-fault damages during 2005.

Miss Utility is a one-call notification center that notifies subscribing underground utility owners of a contractor's proposed excavation plans.

The awards were presented at The Sheraton Hotel in Columbia, Md.

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