At the plant:Craig Chaffinch joins the Cost Accounting...

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December 17, 1990

At the plant:

Craig Chaffinch joins the Cost Accounting Department of Baltimore Specialty Steels Corp. as supervisor-cost accounting. He will be responsible for assisting the semi-finished product line personnel in recognizing, planning and controlling their business unit costs.

Patricia Marshall joins the corporation's finance organization as manager-financial services. She will be responsible for all tax accounting and fixed asset accounting including the planning and control of capital and S-order expenditures.

David J. Weeks joins the Semi-Finished Products area as supervisor-energy systems. He will be responsible for all energy management activities in the plant through the energy group.

To your health:

Sherry Smith announces the opening of her practice with the Patuxent Acupuncture Group. Her practice includes treatment for health maintenance, chronic illness, pain, addictions and stress. She was previously director of the Howard County Women's Center.

On the board:

John T. Berley, director-financial institutions for Bell Atlantic Systems Integration Corp., is appointed to the board of directors of Fairfax Savings Bank.

At the Baltimore County Chamber of Commerce, John J. Pauliny, John W. Schaller, Martha A. Smith, DiAnne Y. Thompson and Donald W. Thurlow Jr. are named to the board of directors.

Pauliny is partner-in-charge of the Tax Department at Price Waterhouse. Schaller is vice president of engineering for Becton Dickinson Diagnostic Instrument Systems. Smith is the president of Dundalk Community College. Thompson is manager of equal opportunity and affirmative action program planning for Martin Marietta Aero & Naval Systems, and Thurlow is publisher of the Baltimore Sun Co.'s suburban editions.


Lawrence A. Bearden, president of Comprehensive Search Corp. of Baltimore, has earned the Certified Personnel Consultant designation. He was one of 201 personnel consultants nationnwide to pass the summer exam and earn this designation. Comprehensive Search Corp. is a licensed professional placement agency, specializing in the environmental, engineering and business services fields. Reynold N. Roy Jr. is authorized by the International Board of Standards and Practices for Certified Financial Planners Inc. to use the certification marks CFP and Certified Financial Planner in accordance with the organization's code of ethics and standards pf practice and disciplinary procedures. Roy is a personal financial planner with IDS Financial Services Inc.

At Signet Bank, Linda R. Lane is promoted to assistant vice president in the lockbox unit of commercial operations. She will be responsible for customer assistance. She joined the bank in 1974 as a customer inquiry clerk. Sylvia V. Walton is named president and Debbie L. Williams and J.E. Zawacki Sr. are appointed associates for Yrral and Associates, a firm that that provides computer software training. Scott C. Hennessy is appointed vice president of sales and marketing for Black & Decker's U.S. Accessories and Fastening Business. He will have sales and marketing responsibility for industrial, automotive and consumer channels. He succeeds Joseph Galli, who is named vice president of marketing for the company's U.S. Power Tools Group. Hennessy joined the company's sales organization in 1980. 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.


Steven G. Albert is named tax manager with Glass, Jacobson & Associates, P.A. He has 14 years of experience in public accounting.


At Don Richard Associates, Patricia Tobin is named an account executive. She was previously national marketing manager for PHH Environments and vice president of Riparius Construction.

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