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ABC Chesapeake Shores Chapter Celebrates 40 Years at 100 West Street Annapolis MD

ANNAPOLIS, MD, March 17, 2017 – Mayor of Annapolis, Mike Pantelides joined Associated Builders and Contractors Chesapeake Shores Chapter leadership and staff the morning of St. Patrick’s Day 2017 to commemorate 40 years of business at 100 West Street. A newspaper clipping dated March 18, 1977 shows the original ribbon cutting with distinguished leaders and Mayor at the time. The, now, staff and leadership were excited to commemorate and celebrate this milestone by capturing the below picture in front of the downtown Annapolis office.

In 1977, the ABC Anne Arundel/Southern Maryland Chapter opened the doors at 100 West Street for business (picture from Evening Capital March 18, 1977). In 1998, the Association name was changed to ABC Chesapeake Chapter, and in 2010, the name was changed to ABC Chesapeake Shores Chapter after a merger with the ABC Eastern Shore Chapter.

Pictured left to right on March 17, 2017: Genevieve Lindner, Law Offices of Matthew S. Evans III; Amy Thomas, ABC Chesapeake Shores; Patricia Baldwin, Reliable Contracting Co., Inc.; Nancy Tretick, ABC Chesapeake Shores; Glenn Conklin, Coastal Heating & Air Conditioning Co. Inc.; Pat Hanstke, Mullen Sondberg Wimbish & Stone P.A.; Kelly Rosenthal, Gilbane Building Company; Gina Judith, First Class Plumbing LLC; Michael Pantelides, Mayor of Annapolis; Michael Deskin, Dresner Group; Francis H. Chaney III, Chaney Enterprises; Phil Lovell, Harkins Builders; Jeff Ferguson, Ferguson Trenching Co., Inc.; Greg DeHaas, ABC Chesapeake Shores; Chris Garvey, ABC Chesapeake Shores; Jay Breitenbach, Absolute Fire Protection; Priscila Duerr, ABC Chesapeake Shores



The Associated Builders and Contractors Chesapeake Shores Chapter (ABC) is a construction trade association based in Annapolis, Maryland.  Founded on the merit shop
philosophy, ABC and its 70 national chapters which collectively represent over 21,000 member-firms, help members win work and deliver that work safely, ethically, and profitably for the betterment of the communities in which they work. Visit us at
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