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Dianna Wilhelm and Rand Griffin at Hyatt Regency on April 19, 2012
At Thursday night's NAIOP Maryland 2012 Awards Gala at the Hyatt Regency, recently retired COPT CEO Rand Griffin (with chapter prez Dianna Wilhelm) received the Lifetime Achievement award, and Crystal Hill Investments founder Fred Glassberg posthumously was named winner of the Distinguished Merit award. St. John Properties added six awards to its shelf and COPT five.

Monica Johnson, Jon Manekin, Nicole Wilhelm, and Carol Currotto
Here's COPT's Jon Manekin celebrating the era with Heath Design's Monica Johnson, Nicole Wilhelm, and Carol Currotto. Nicole also appeared at our Bisnow Baltimore State of the Market event this morning and tells us she's designing the common areas and marketing office for the B&O Building office space.

Ryan Burrows, Christina Fenton, and Taylor Fields at Hyatt Regency on April 19, 2012
CSG Partners' Christina Fenton (with James F. Knott Realty's Ryan Burrows and event co-chair Taylor Fields, who won the NAIOP Maryland Rising Star award—for his air guitar skills, we assume) tells us she's busy leasing up her firm's 13-building, 375k SF Rutherford Business Center in Woodlawn, acquired from COPT at the end of 2011. Christina was on the historical and media presentation committees for the awards, researching local companies and their roles in the '80s (notice a theme here?). Her father, Craig Smith, founded CSG in '82 with Pat Creaney. The company has grown from one 14k SF warehouse to 20 employees and 7.5M SF. Christina, if you came across any pictures of your dad back in the early '80s heyday—well, Bisnow loves pictures. Just sayin'.