The Freshman Class Of ’97

This year's neophytes include an operator of convenience stores, a technical services contractorand a former football pro turned sausage magnate


Health Resource Inc., Lemoyne, Pennsylvania, No. 40
Headed by CEO David Dalton, this company does the bulk of its work in this field of medical ancillary networks. Started in 1983, it had sales of $50 million last year. The firm’s primary customers are physician groups, self-insured companies and health maintenance organizations, all engaged in various health fields including pharmacy, vision, dental and podiatry.

Management Technology Inc., Clinton, Maryland, No. 68
This technology firm, which provides analysis, design, installation and training in the computer industry, is one of the few new companies headed by a woman, CEO Pauline C. Brooks. With a staff of 600, MTI has been in existence since 1985.

Sentel Corp., Alexandria, Virginia, No. 75
Headed by CEO James F. Garrett, Sentel specializes in aviation electromagnetic and spectrum management as well as software development. The firm had sales of $30 million last year.

Gilreath Manufacturing Inc., Howell, Michigan, No. 76
With a staff of 300, this specializes in custom injection molding for the auto industry. The company is headed by CEO Leon Tupper and was started in 1991.

Advanced Technological Solutions Inc., Brooklyn, New York, No. 99
CEO Wesley D. Ratcliff heads this computer and electronic services firm, which reported sales of $21 million in 1996. In 1993, the company purchased an IBM plant in Brooklyn and in 1995, incorporated ATS South, a wholly-owned subsidiary in Dallas

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