Financial services: Paul Corbin is named senior vice...


October 08, 1990|By Meredith Schlow

Financial services: Paul Corbin is named senior vice president in the Asset Management Division for the First National Bank of Maryland. He is responsible for managing fixed-income portfolios.

At MercantiIe-Safe Deposit and Trust Co., Ernest L. Burden is named vice president in retail banking. He joined Mercantile in 1977 in installment loans, and most recently worked as manager a the Westview office.

Regina A. Kahoe is promoted to vice president at the bank and MBC Realty, a real estate management affiliate of Mercantile Bankshares Corp. She joined Mercantile in 1973, and joined the realty unit in 1986. She manages the Mercantile Bank Building at Two Hopkins Plaza.

At Signet Bank, S. Robert Srnec is promoted to personnel officer in the bank's Human Resources Division where he is responsible for management recruitment in Baltimore and Washington.

He previously held human resources positions at Control Data/Arbitron Ratings and Loyola College.

At Legg Mason Wood Walker, Robert G. Sabelhaus is named senior vice president and director of retail sales, and Ed Hipp is named vice president sales-management.

Sabelhaus joined the firm in 1986 as souther regional manager. Before that, he managed retail offices for Merrill Lynch.

Hipp joined the firm in Greensboro, N.C., in 1986, and served as regional vice president for the Carolinas, a responsibility he will retain. Before that he worked for Paine Webber.

Advertising: Michelle Muench is promoted to assistant account executive for Maleson Advertising.

She will be responsible for several agency accounts, including Southern Seafood and Kent Fisher Furs. She joined the firm in 1988 as media buyer, her most recent position.

At W.B. Doner & Co., Tony Everett is named senior vice president. He joined the agency in 1984 as vice president of Doner Direct, the newly formed direct marketing division of the agency. Since then, Doner Direct has grown to over $30 million in billings.

SCM Chemicals: Barry J.R. Mayes is appointed industry sales manager-coatings, for SCM Chemicals. He joined the company in 1960 and was most recently a technical services manager for its United Kingdom operations. In his new position, he is responsible for the development, coordination and achievement of theannual sales plans for the coatings operation.

Real estate: L. Jamie Smith is appointed manager of W.C. Pinkard & Co.'s Columbia office. A vice of the company, Smith will be responsible for coordinating all office sales and leasing activity in the suburban south market, as well as general management of the office.

He has worked for W.C. Pinkard for 10 years.

Douglas R. Selin is named treasurer and assistant vice president of the firm, which he joined in 1989 as controller.

At the Columbia Division of Ryland Homes, Gregory Keyes is promoted to division coordinator. Michael Disler is promoted to sales manager of the company's Baltimore Division.

Keyes will supervise the division's administrative, sales and production staffs and will assist the division manager with operations. He previously worked in the Baltimore Division as a sales manager.

Disler will be responsible for his division's sales and marketing plan and will supervise the training and development of the division sales staff. He most recently was a sales representative in Ryland's Baltimore and Harford divisions.

At Landmark Homes, June-Marie Fritz joins the Towson headquarters as receptionist.

She will be responsible for the clerical duties of the office including telephone response and customer relations.

Consulting engineers: Vincent Pielli is named manager of the Transportation Department for Purdum and Jeschke. He will be responsible for the technical supervision of design, plans, specifications and coordination of all transportation projects.

He previously worked for Hurst-Rosche Engineers Inc. as well as the Department of Defense and Maryland State Highway Administration.

At Erdman and Associates, Timothy A. Preece joins the firm as a transportation planner. He will expand the firm's capability in the areas of transportation and economic planning.

He will also be involved in the firm's projects involving geographic information systems.

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