New positionsRoadnet Technologies Inc., a Timonium-based...


November 26, 1990

New positions

Roadnet Technologies Inc., a Timonium-based computer software research and development subsidiary of United Parcel

Service, named Jeffrey B. Buckman business development manager.

Greenhorne & O'Mara, an engineering, consulting and design firm based in Greenbelt, appointed Richard L. Umbarger Baltimore office manager.

Don Richard Associates, an employee recruiting company in Baltimore and Towson, named Alan M. Waller Jr. senior recruiter for the recruiting and placement division.

McCormick & Co. Inc., a Hunt Valley-based producer of seasonings, flavorings and specialty foods, named Gregory Naylor manager of internal audit.

Baltimore Specialty Steels Corp. named Mary C. Slaughter supervisor of general accounting.

Data Chromatics Inc., a computer technology company in Towson, named Craig H. Huntley engineering applications specialist.

PMI Food Equipment Group in Baltimore appointed Kenneth

Wachter manager of cooking support.

Legal and professional

Weinberg and Green, a Baltimore-based law firm, named Stuart R. Berger, Julia C. Janofsky, Mary T. Keating, Edward Patrick McDermott and Arthur R. Rose limited partners.

Rosenberg, Proutt Funk & Greenberg, a Baltimore law firm, named Douglas J. Furlong and Aaron I. Lubling associates.

Kamanitz, Uhlfelder & Permison, a Baltimore-based accounting firm, promoted Scott H. Levy and Allan C. Sanders to managers in the accounting and auditing department, and appointed Sharie Yousem Hyman manager of the tax department.

Financial services

First Maryland Bancorp appointed Don F. Gentile vice president, retail division of First Manufactured Housing Credit Corp.

Health Line Inc., a subsidiary of Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Maryland, named Lawrence E. Dukes vice president of operations and Barbara S. Florian vice president of marketing.

Crestar Bank in Washington announced the following appointments: Gus Friedman, vice president and commercial account manager; Debra S. Pfeiffer, vice president and Bethesda office manager; George Frost, assistant vice president; and Eric Y. Sheldon, assistant vice president and portfolio manager.

Advertising and P.R.

W. B. Doner and Co., an advertising agency in Baltimore, named John Parlato and Walt Hampton Jr. senior vice presidents and creative directors for general accounts; Sande Riesett senior vice president and creative director for Doner Direct, the agency's direct response division; Philip Lanier, Jim Mochnsky and Scott Rasmussen associate creative director.

Herrmann Advertising Design in Annapolis named Barbara Blakeney account executive.

Health care

North Arundel Hospital in Glen Burnie promoted Mary A. Giesey to assistant director, Pharmaceutical Services department.

New Beginnings on the Eastern Shore, a treatment and education program for alcoholism and other drug dependencies, named Charles J. Hooker III executive director.

On the board

McCormick & Co. Inc. in Hunt Valley elected Harold J. Handley to the board of directors. Mr. Handley is vice president and general manager of the McCormick/Schilling division.

Schapiro Training and Employment Program in Baltimore elected the following to the board of directors: Susan Kadis, project coordinator, Leadership Empowerment Advocacy Project; Dorinda "Dee" Schultz, social worker, Maryland Psychiatric Research Center; Les Stellman, attorney, Littler, Mendelson, Fastiff & Tichy; and John Yuhanick of Boucher, Boucher and Yuhanick.

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