Financial services:Carol R. Weingart is promoted to vice...

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November 21, 1990

Financial services:

Carol R. Weingart is promoted to vice president in the Cash Management Division of the First National Bank of Maryland. She will serve as a team leader for certain cash management sales and has individual sales responsibilities for the bank's Public Funds and Commercial Finance divisions.

Sandra E. Quaas joins American Office, a regional contract office furniture dealership, as a marketing associate. She will be responsible for working with the company's vice president of marketing to develop advertising and marketing strategies as well as sales incentive programs for the company's three regional offices. She was previously a marketing assistant for Thulman Eastern Corp., a regional fireplace distributor.

Phillips Engelke is named principal and director of graphics for RTKL Associates Inc. He will direct the design and management of the firm's growing international portfolio of environmental and print graphics. He was previously co-director of the design firm's Graphics Group.

Susan Hill Smith joins the firm as director of human resources. She will design, implement and manage a variety of human resources programs. She was previously personnel director/vice president of Citibank's mid-Atlantic region. She also held

personnel, organizational development and training positions at Sovran Bank/Suburban Trust Co.

Hotels:

Cheryl Ann Green joins the Loews Annapolis Hotel as catering director. She will oversee all food and beverage functions and the creation of menus with original themes for clients.

At the new Red Roof Inn in Timonium, Daryl A. Cole is named manager. He will be responsible for managing the inn's daily operations. He was previously manager of the Red Roof Inn in Laurel.

To your health:

Dr. Richard C. Marsella joins the Columbia-FreeState Health System as a pathologist at the Patuxent Surgical Center in Ellicott City. He was previously associate chairman of the Department of Cellular Pathology and chief of the Cytology Division of the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology in Washington. He also served as registrar of the American Registry of Cytology and as the laboratory director for Spring Grove Hospital Center in Catonsville.

Dr. Bonnie Waltman Catalano joins the system as an osteopathic physician in the Family Practice Department at the Columbia Regional Medical Center.

Post office:

Joseph Harris is named interim field division general manager for the Baltimore Division of the United States Postal Service. He will be responsible for the delivery and distribution of mail for part of Maryland and all of Delaware. The Baltimore Division has about 12,000 employees and processes 9 million pieces of mail daily. He replaces Postmaster James A. McDougald, who retired this month after 40 years of service.

Advertising:

Rochelle Meckler is appointed assistant traffic manager at Trahan, Burden & Charles. She will coordinate production for the Maryland State Lottery, the Old Bay Co. Inc., WNUV-TV and Legg Mason Value Trust. She was previously a senior account coordinator in the Boston, Mass., office of Moxon, Dolphin, Kerby Advertising.

At Noble Steed Associates, Bill Fidel is named creative director. He was previously senior writer at Eisner & Associates.

Museums:

Jeffrey P. Greiner joins the Babe Ruth Birthplace and Baseball Center as administrative assistant to the executive director. He will be responsible for overall office management. He was previously director for the Govanstowne Business Association.

William F. Watson is named manager of telemarketing for U.S. Message, a Baltimore-based national telephone answering/messaging service. He will be responsible for expanding the company's inbound and outbound telemarketing operations.

Submit personnel changes to Business People, c/o Meredith Schlow, The Evening Sun, 501 N. Calvert St., Baltimore, Md., 21278. Black-and-white photos are welcome but cannot be returned.

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