To your healthPaul F. Hannon joins the Homewood Hospital...

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October 22, 1990

To your health

Paul F. Hannon joins the Homewood Hospital Center as director of human resources.

He has more than 20 years of human resource management experience, including 15 years with Church Hospital, where he most recently served as associate director of personnel.

At Glass Substance Abuse Programs Inc., an affiliate of Glass Mental Health Centers Inc., Herman Jones is named president. He will be responsible for the strategic planning of all substance abuse programs, consulting with Glass inpatient substance abuse programs and overseeing of research and grant development.

He most recently served as grant director at Liberty Medical Center, where he was responsible for nine grant-funded programs totaling $4.5 million. He also served as coordinator of the Chemical Dependence Unit at Lutheran Hospital.

At Fallston General Hospital, Harriet Howard McGuirk is named director of rehabilitative services. She is responsible for managing the physical, occupational and speech therapy departments.

She was previously director of occupational therapy at the Medical Rehabilitation Center of Maryland.

Dr. Duane M. Gels joins the Columbia-FreeState Health System's Allergy Department at the Annapolis office. He previously served a fellowship in clinical allergy and immunology at the Children's Hospital National Medical Center and Walter Reed Army Hospital in Washington. Bob Philips is named general sales manager for 92 STAR 92.3 FM and WYST 1010 AM Radio. He will be responsible for managing all sales efforts, national and local, on the FM and AM stations.

He joined the stations in 1987 and later was an account executive for Sconnix Broadcasting. He most recently was national sales manager for 92 STAR.

At Comcast Cablevision of Maryland, Edward Gorman is named special projects coordinator. He will be responsible for promoting the television system's pay-per-view service. The programming is purchased by customers who have special pay-per-view equipment installed.

He was previously director of marketing for Continental Cablevision in California.

At Radio 11 WBAL-AM, Mark Miller is named news director. He was previously a reporter, and joined the station in 1979 as an intern. Education: Barbara Lee Tower, an associate professor of nursing, is named acting associate dean of instruction for academic programs at Essex Community College. She was previously a primary nurse in the surgical intensive care unit at Washington Hospital Center.

At the University of Baltimore, Terry Levy Willner is named assistant director for alumni services. She will be responsible for working with the university's alumni student recruitment and career development programs and for alumni special events.


Insurance: James P. Wayne is named vice president-compensation and benefits in the Human Resources Department of USF&G Corp. He was previously corporate director of compensation and benefits of Peoples Drug Stores Inc. in Alexandria, Va. Before that, he was director of compensation and benefits for Federal National Mortgage Association in Washington.

At United States Fidelity and Guaranty Co., the principal subsidiary of USF&G Corp., Diane E. Schaefer is named assistant vice president of the Commercial Lines Department, and Jonathan C. Drenocky is named assistant secretary in the Claim Department.


Jay A. Shulman is named a partner in the Bankruptcy and Creditors' Rights Department of Gordon, Feinblatt, Rothman, Hoffberger & Hollander.

He was previously a visiting associate professor at the National Law Center of George Washington University and an associate professor at the University of Maine School of Law.

Shulman, a member of the Bankruptcy Bar Association for thDistrict of Maryland, is a former partner with the law firm of Frank, Bernstein, Conaway & Goldman.

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