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November 26, 1990

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Jeffrey A. Davis is named public relations account executive with Richardson, Myers & Donofrio. He will be responsible for developing a national media relations campaign for The American Occupational Therapy Association and managing a public relations program for the firm. He was previously public relations manager for Shannon & Luchs Co., a Washington-based real estate firm. Before that, he held a similar position with Market Design International of Annapolis.


Stuart R. Berger, Julia C. Janofsky, Mary T. Keating, Edward Patrick McDermott and Arthur R. Rose are named limited partners at Weinberg and Green. Berger, Janofsky and Keating are in the firm's Litigation Department, while Rose is in Corporate and McDermott is in Labor and Employment Law.

Berger represents individuals in civil, commercial and criminal matters. Janofsky represents clients in employment matters, as well as general commercial litigation. Keating represents businesses such as banks, insurance companies and agencies, shopping centers and small, closely-held businesses in a variety of disputes. and arbitration. Rose practices general corporate law and focuses on mergers and acquisitions. McDermott, who was previously on the staff of the National Labor Relations Board, represents clients in collective bargaining and arbitration.


Kathryn Greiner and Diane Willey are promoted to supervisors for Katz, Abosch, Windesheim, Gershman & Freedman. Greiner specializes in non-profit organizations and the travel and leisure industry. Willey is a tax specialist with experience in individual and corporate taxation.

At Kamanitz, Uhlfelder & Permison, Scott H. Levy and Allan C. Sanders are promoted to managers in the Accounting and Auditing Department. Levy has been with the firm for three years as a supervisor and specializes in real estate accounts. Sanders joined the firm in 1985 as a staff accountant and concentrates in construction.

R.J. "Bob" White is named vice president for sales and marketing for Mid-Atlantic Photo Composition Inc., a Baltimore-based typesetting and graphics arts company.

Christopher M. Bruneau is named sales representative of Landmark Homes' single family homes communities at Hillview Farms, Amyclae Estates and Leeswood Garth, all in Bel Air. He will be responsible for the overall sales duties for the three subdivisions, which include marketing management and the details of financing and settlement.

Financial services: Steve McNamara is named executive director of customer communications for Citibank, Maryland. He has been with the company for five years and was previously director of customer service.

At Legg Mason Wood Walker, Timothy J. Davisson joins as an investment executive in the downtown Baltimore office. He was previously a financial consultant for Wheat First Securities in Washington.

Education: Caroline Scott is named coordinator of college activities at Essex Community College. She will be responsible for programs and activities on the campus for students, faculty and staff and the community. She was previously director of student activities for Lander College in Greenwood, S.C.

David Erhardt is named transfer coordinator at the college. He will be responsible for facilitating student transfers to other colleges for students who wish to complete a Bachelor's degree. He has been at Essex for 16 years.

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