Cornelsen inductee to biz hall of fame

Old Line Bank president and CEO James W. Cornelsen has been named as one of two inductees into the Maryland Business Hall of Fame. He will be honored at the “Inspire MD” event on May 7 at MGM National Harbor.

The growth of Old Line Bank under Cornelsens’ direction is profound, growing from $10-$15 million to $2.9 billion with his leadership, according to a release from the Maryland Chamber of Commerce. Not only is Cornelsen an exemplary leader in business, but he is also intricately involved within the community he serves.

“Inspire MD is designed to honor Maryland’s most exceptional leaders and celebrate the unique ways businesses are strengthening Maryland’s business community,” said Christine Ross, president and CEO of the Maryland Chamber of Commerce. “It’s only fitting that this year’s inductees into the Maryland Business Hall of Fame are so inspiring themselves, to their employees, communities, and colleagues.”

Prominent leaders have been inducted into the prestigious Maryland Business Hall of Fame since 2000.

DeLong honored as assistant manager

Natasha DeLong was recently recognized by real estate developer HHHunt Corporation among the winners of its annual Apartment Living Awards Celebration.

DeLong, who works at their Abberly Square neighborhood in Waldorf, was named Assistant Community Manager of the year.

“HHHunt’s Apartment Living team members are the best in the business,” said Lance Goss, director of operations for HHHunt Apartment Living in a release. “Our teams tirelessly serve our residents, support their local communities and help HHHunt meet its vision to the improve the world and how people live. We’re proud to honor these exceptional professionals and their incredible work.”

HHHunt Apartment Living owns and manages nearly 8,000 apartment homes in Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Maryland. For more information, visit