Engineering:Terry L. Zentkovich is named project engineer...

Newswatch ... on business people

December 05, 1990


Terry L. Zentkovich is named project engineer in the Baltimore office of Buchart-Horn/BASCO Associates, an engineering, architecture and planning firm.

He will be responsible for the design of municipal and industrial water and wastewater treatment facilities and conveyance facilities including pipelines and pumping stations. At RTKL Associates Inc., Kurt Haglund joins the firm as assistant to Chairman Harold L. Adams. Haglund will undertake a range of special projects relating to the management of the firm. He returns to RTKL where he previously served as senior designer from 1983 to 1988.

Karen Koenig joins the firm as general counsel with responsibility for overseeing a wide range of legal matters. She was previously a partner in the Real Estate Department of the Baltimore law firm, Weinberg and Green.

At the plant:

Robert B. McFadden is named executive vice president-corporate operations staff of McCormick & Co. Inc. He joined the company in 1968 as director of human relations services, and most recently worked as vice president-administration. Before that, he spent eight years with the Univac Data Processing Division of Sperry Rand Corp.

At Baltimore Specialty Steels Corp., Mary C. Slaughter joins the finance organization as supervisor-general accounting. She will be responsible for activities associated with the preparation of consolidated financial statements, internal and external reporting requirements, and participation in generating and monitoring operating and overhead budgets. Judson "Jud" DeCew Jr. joins the Hunter Group as southeast region manager. He will be responsible for business development and leading major consulting engagements within the region.


Keith E. Wolfe is named vice president of Friel Lumber Co. He joined the company in 1965 and has worked as a sales representative and a home and building designer.


Lawrence E. Dukes is appointed vice president of operations for Health Line Inc., a subsidiary of Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Maryland. He was previously director of marketing and sales for Health Line, which markets a health care credit card.


Jose G. Rimon 2nd is appointed project director of Population Communication Services, a major component of The Johns Hopkins University's Center for Communication Programs. He will serve concurrently as deputy director of center. He was most recently a deputy project director for PCS, which provides funding and technical assistance to health and family planning communication programs in some developing countries.

At Grace and Saint Peter's School in the Mt. Vernon area of Baltimore, Roger L. Marks is named headmaster.

Financial services:

Craig S. Boegner is named vice president and controller in the International Banking Group of the First National Bank of Maryland. He will manage the group's accounting and control, loan accounting, telecommunications, foreign exchange and computer operations, as well as budgeting, forecasting and financial and profitability analysis. Mary E. Reid is named store manager for the Disabled American Veterans' Thrift Store at Harford Road and North Avenue in Baltimore. She has worked her way through the ranks during the past 22 years.


Janis M. Motichka joins Rowles & Co. as a staff accountant. She works in the firm's Audit Services Group and concentrates on commercial banks and credit unions.

At Grabush, Newman & Co., Jerry Benesch is named senior accountant and Judy Pruce is appointed semi-senior accountant. Benesch joined the firm in 1986, and Pruce joined in 1987. James P. McMahon is named president and chief operating officer of Burnham Service Co., the domestic subsidiary of Burnham Service Corp. He will be responsible for all marketing and operations pertaining to the domestic business of the corporation, which has transportation, warehousing and distribution operations. He was previously vice president of sales and marketing. Before that, he was associated with Xerox Corp. for 17 years.


Walter Fales is named director of new business development for WBFF-TV FOX 45. He will oversee the development of local business from non-traditional television advertising accounts. He was previously an area associate, sales representative and instructor with R.L. Cook & Associates.

Baltimore Sun Articles
Please note the green-lined linked article text has been applied commercially without any involvement from our newsroom editors, reporters or any other editorial staff.