Lee to Lead Belvoir Center
Colonel Edward M. Lee of Arlington is the new commander of the Fort Belvoir Army Troop Support Command's Belvoir Research and Development Center. A 1963 graduate of the U.S. Military Academy, Lee holds a master's degree in applied science from the University of California. He is a recent graduate of the Industrial College of the Armed Forces. Woman Elected Personnel Officer
Carol Granfield of Oakton has been elected vice president of the Virginia Chapter of the International Personnel Management Association. Granfield, the City of Fairfax's personnel director, has worked with the city since 1973. O'Brien Named to Hospital Board
Charles M. O'Brien of Vienna, administrator of Georgetown University Hospital, has been elected to the Council of Teaching Hospitals Administrative Board for a three-year term. A graduate of Michigan State University and the University of Chicago, O'Brien joined the staff of Georgetown University Hospital in 1970.
The Council of Teaching Hospitals, a department of the Association of American Medical Colleges, was established in 1965 to provide services relating to the needs of major U.S. teaching hospitals. Student Leader Honored
Erich K. Schulze of Knollbrook Drive, Clifton, has been selected as a national outstanding leader for the 1986 edition of Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges. Schulze, a student at Widener University's Pennsylvania Campus in Chester, is the son of Norman and Joan Schulze. Development Official Accredited
Suzanne Rucker of Falls Church has achieved the rank of fellow in the National Association for Hospital Development. Rucker has been the director of The Arlington Hospital Foundation's Development Office since May 1982. She received her bachelor's and master's degrees in business administration from Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton.
The designation of fellow is the highest accreditation achievement for hospital development professionals. Retiree Officers Picked
The following Arlington residents have been elected officers for Arlington Chapter 7, National Association of Retired Federal Employees for 1986: Richard Buffum, president; John deHoll 1st vice president; Henry Harper, 2nd vice president; Yvonne De Vaughan, secretary; Margaret Dahm, assistant secretary; George Pida, treasurer; and Jack Wasserman, assistant treasurer. Grieve Earns Eagle Rank Wesley Grieve, son of Karen and James Grieve of Treadwell Lane, Herndon, recently was made an Eagle Scout. Grieve's Eagle project was the renovation of the kitchen at Vale United Methodist Church in Oakton. He arranged for improvements to the kitchen, including new cabinets, new electrical outlets and installation of a new water heater.