New positionsAirflow Co., a Frederick-based designer and...


October 08, 1990

New positions

Airflow Co., a Frederick-based designer and manufacturer of climate control systems, appointed Robert L. Coons vice president of sales and marketing.

Dundalk Community College named Sharon L. Harsher associate dean of Career Education and Continuing Studies.

Chemetals, a producer of manganese chemicals and metal products in Baltimore, announced the following appointments: Richard L. Mulholland vice president and general manager; Denis F. DeCraene, vice president, marketing and sales; and Francis J. Keenan, vice president, technology.

Crown Central Petroleum Corp. in Baltimore named Edward L. Rosenberg vice president of supply and transportation. Mr. Rosenberg will also continue as assistant treasurer.

Harborage Inc., a Dallas, Texas-based hospitality and entertainment management company, promoted Mark A. Johnson to general manager of Baltimore's Original Sports Bar and Ltl Ditty's piano bar, both located in The Brokerage buildings in Baltimore.

Basics Foods, a division of Super Rite Foods Inc., appointed the following vice presidents: Michael J. Flanagan, administration and controller; Ron Mowry, marketing; and Ron Obijiski, perishables.

STAT Health Services Inc., a Baltimore-based supplemental health care staffing agency, named Liz Selig evening scheduling coordinator.

Anne Arundel Trade Council appointed Carol Dreyfuss to communications director.

Essex Community College appointed James E. Duffy acting dean of students and Barbara Lee Tower acting associate dean of instruction for academic programs.

Community College of Baltimore added the following to the faculty: Stephanie Davis, instructor, dental hygiene; Ronald Freeland, assistant professor, accounting; Robert Henderson, instructor, Emergency Medical Services program; Barbara Margaret, assistant professor, microbiology; Maureen Martindale, instructor, English; Arnita McArthur, assistant professor, Spanish/English; Barbara Molette, associate professor, English; Kathleen Norris, assistant professor, biotechnology; Lee Piccinini, instructor, electronics technology; Alfred Sutton, assistant professor, early childhood education; and Charles Wilson, assistant professor, business and information systems.

Greenhorne & O'Mara Inc., a consulting design firm in Greenbelt, promoted Timothy C. McCormick to department head of the Water Quality Department, Water Resources Division; Mark H. Bailey, department head of the Water Resources Department, Federal Hazardous Materials and Waste Department. The Denver office promoted Douglas J. Williams to department head of Water Resources.

The Dome Corp., a for-profit division of the Johns Hopkins University and the Johns Hopkins Health System, promoted Karen Russell to director of marketing and public relations.

Boy Scouts of America, Baltimore Area Council, named Harry R. Colson communications manager.

McCrone Inc., an Annapolis-based engineering, consulting, land planning and surveying firm, named Kim Anh Nguyen civil engineer.

Silver & Co., a direct marketing company in Bethesda, appointed Marishane Ennis production manager.

Papier Design Group in Baltimore promoted Allyson Miller to director of the Model Home Division.

Heery Program Management Inc., a construction management firm, appointed John W. McSkimming operations manager for the mid-Atlantic regional office in Woodlawn.

Jannotta, Bray & Associates Inc., a career management and placement consulting firm in Washington, appointed Margaret S. Schiffers vice president.

Browne, Worrall & Johnson Inc. Architects in Baltimore appointed Peter R. Kutscha project director.

Fair Lanes Inc., a Baltimore-based operator of bowling centers, named Roy J. Schumacher vice president of finance.

Acadia Manufacturing Corp., a Baltimore-based producer of vinyl replacement windows and doors, named Ray Littleton vice president of marketing.

McCormick & Co. Inc., a Hunt Valley-based producer of seasonings, flavorings and specialty foods, appointed Susan J. Cinquemani marketing analyst, marketing controllership, McCormick/Schilling Division.

Purdum and Jeschke, a Baltimore engineering firm, appointed Vincent Pielli manager of the transportation department.

Baltimore Area Convention and Visitors Association named Gil Stotler assistant director of tourism/promotion.

DesignConcept, a Baltimore graphic design and editorial services firm, named Deborah Ann Callis, Suzanne M. Stamatis and Steve Kang design associates.

Petrini Yacht Sales Ltd. in Annapolis appointed Bruce Bennett and Patrick A. Mayben brokers.

Choices Entertainment Corp., a Baltimore-based retail chain of movie and music stores, has named Joseph R. Wolf director of real estate.

Omni Construction Inc. in Bethesda promoted Richard Rizzo and Mark Taube to vice president.

Chapel Valley Landscape Co. in Woodbine promoted Eric Rains to design department director and Craig Klingensmith as design department director in the Northern Virginia branch.

Brightwood, a retirement community in Brooklandville, named David E. Bohner executive director.

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