Eddison Hermond Scholarship Fund Happy Hour

Offit Kurman Attorneys at Law hosted a happy hour at Ellicott City’s Manor Hill Tavern to recognize people and businesses that helped Ellicott City during and after the flood of 2018.

Folks had a chance to network and meet with various Ellicott City area business owners and officials.
The event’s highlight came with a check presentation. Offit Kurman and its partners helped raise $8,000 for a culinary scholarship fund in the name of National Guardsman Eddison Hermond, who died saving people during the flood.
Pictured (LtoR) Marshall Weston, Restaurant Association of Maryland president/CEO; and Bryan Lawson, Offit Kurman director of marketing/event host
Pictured (LtoR) Beth Bracaglia, Victoria Restaurant Group director of business development; Rachael Mull, Victoria Restaurant Group CEO; and Robin Kittleman, Montgomery County teacher/communications specialist w/the deaf & hard of hearing
Pictured (LtoR) Randy Marriner, Manor Hill Brewing president; Bob Flanagan, Ellicott City-based attorney; Linda Sorg Ostovitz, Offit Kurman principal; and Allan Kittleman, State of Maryland Workers’ Compensation Commission commissioner
Pictured (LtoR) Donald Kropfelder, Susan G. Komen Maryland giving director; and Eleanor Shriver Magee, Players Philanthropy Fund chief operating officer
Pictured (LtoR) Justin Jones, KDGA CEO/chief creative officer; Jennifer Helfand, Offit Kurman marketing manager; and Carrie Brenner, Thrive Company chief operating officer
Pictured (LtoR) Peter Dilutis, WNST.net chief operating officer; and Nestor Aparacio, WNST.net CEO/host
Pictured (LtoR) Matt Fleming, Ellicott City Partnership president; and Alicia Jones, Ellicott City Partnership executive director
Pictured (LtoR) Charlie Stevens, HALO Branded Solutions; Fred Landy, KatzAbosch senior consultant; and Kwame Kuadry, Thrive Company founder/CEO
(May 8, 2019 – Manor Hill Tavern)
Sloane Brown

Baltimore's longtime fashion and social scene reporter, Sloane is the founder/managing editor of Baltimore Snap.