WILLIAMS AT GE TAKES NEW POST
Carol A. Williams, a buyer with the General Electric Co., has been named a certified purchasing manager by the National Association of Purchasing Management.
Having 18 years' experience in the purchasing field, Williams received the designation after completing examination and certification requirements specified by the NAPM.
She is also founder and president of Purchasing Management Consultants, a Pasadena-based consulting firm.
AMOS PROMOTES TWO EMPLOYEES
The Annapolis office of C. W. Amos recently promoted Kelly Colleran and Randy Box, both of whom are members of the firm's accounting and auditing department, to higher positions in the company.
Colleran, a seven-year veteran, was named manager and will oversee the office's accounting and auditing functions.
Box, a specialist in closely held corporations, was advanced to supervisor and will focus on family business development and transitioning.
A native of Severna Park, Colleran graduated from James Madison University in 1983 with a bachelor's degree in business administration.
He subsequently joined C. W. Amos and advanced from staff accountant to intermediate in June 1985. In December 1986, Colleran was promoted to senior accountant and then to supervisor in June 1988.
Box became a staff accountant at the firm in November 1985, advancing to supervisor in five years.
The Anne Arundel County native graduated from Temple University in 1985 with a bachelor's degree in business administration.
RUTH WOODS NAMED WOMAN OF THE YEAR
The Glen Burnie Business and Professional Women (BPW) recently honored Odenton resident Ruth Woods and other state residents at a ceremony at the Holiday Inn in Cumberland.
Woods, named the BPW Woman of the Year, was honored for exemplary community support through her fund-raising donations to organizations helping abused and abandoned children in the county, to Mothers Against Drunk Driving, to shelters for battered spouses, and others.
Over the years, Woods has adopted and raised 17 neglected children in addition to raising her own, and received a proclamation from Gov. William Donald Schaefer at an award banquet in her honor.
HUZAREWICZ STEPS UP AS NEW VICE PRESIDENT
Severna Park resident David Huzarewicz has been named vice president of administration at Chaselle Inc.'s Columbia location.
Previously a vice president of Maryland National Bank's commercial banking division, Huzarewicz grew up in Syracuse, N.Y., graduating from the University of Notre Dame with a degree in finance.
He went on to earn his master's degree in business administration at Syracuse University.
Huzarewicz lives in Severna Park with his wife and two daughters. He serves on the board of directors of the Girl Scouts of Central Maryland and is chairman of the Fund Development Committee.
He also serves as a director for the Berrywood Community Association.
Chaselle Inc. is a distributor of teaching aids and curriculum materials for schools, hospitals, corporations and other institutions.
As vice president of administration, Huzarewicz will be responsible for administration and specific projects in the operation of the organization.
HAILE TAKES POSITION AT SIGNET BANK
Signet Bank recently announced the promotion of Margaret W. Haile to assistant vice president in the cash management sales department of commercial services.
A resident of Annapolis, Haile joined the bank in 1984 as a commercial finance auditor after working for First Valley Bank in Bethlehem, Pa.