New positionsRummel, Klepper & Kahl, a Baltimore-based...


January 21, 1991

New positions

Rummel, Klepper & Kahl, a Baltimore-based consulting engineering firm, promoted James A. Zito and Michael L. Krupsaw to associates and named John A. d'Epagnier and Owen L. Peery project engineers.

Roadnet Technologies Inc., a software research and development subsidiary of United Parcel Service in Timonium, promoted Glenn A. Hennon to division manager of the package systems division and Karin R. Coury employment manager.

Wilkins Coffee Inc. in Capitol Heights appointed Norris L. Brodsky chief financial officer and promoted John McGraw to vice president, food service division.

The Baltimore Sun announced these promotions: Michel M. Pratka, special events manager; Michael G. Kane, manager of marketing operations; and Lauren L. Vanhoy, consumer marketing manager.

Black & Decker, U.S. Power Tools Group in Hunt Valley, named Tracy Bilbrough director of marketing, drills and metalworking.

LDR International Inc., a planning, urban design, landscape architecture and graphic design firm in Columbia, named Eileen Tennor and Diana Rich principals.

Warner Construction Consultants Inc., a construction consulting company in Rockville, promoted Steven Surprenant to executive vice president of the project management and lender services divisions.

Today Rentals in Baltimore promoted Joseph Cordery to vice president.

Representative Helen Delich Bentley, R-2nd-Md., named Charles Cresswell district representative.

Synergics Inc., an Annapolis-based power and engineering services company, named Kenneth R. Hach project


McCormick-Stange Division of McCormick in Ellesmere Port, England, named Thomas A. Barry managing director.

American Woman's Economic Development Corp. in Washington appointed Susan Phillips Bari CEO and executive director of the Washington regional office.

Legal and professional

Katz, Abosch, Windesheim, Gershman & Freedman, a Baltimore-based accounting and consulting firm, appointed Joel B. Charkatz a partner of the firm.

Frank, Bernstein, Conaway & Goldman, a law firm in Baltimore and Washington, named Brooks J. Bowen of counsel.

Ober, Kaler, Grimes & Shriver, a Baltimore-based law firm, named the following partners: Karen L. Myers Zauner, James E. Edwards Jr. and Peter J. McNamara, litigation; Edward K. Gross, business; S. Craig Holden, health; John N. Rodock in the Washington office.

Lebson and Tompakov, a Pikesville-based accounting firm, named James Wilhelm senior accountant.

Cone & McClean, a Baltimore-based accounting firm, named Debra E. Levin senior staff member for manage

ment adviser services.

Kaplan, Heyman, Greenberg, Engleman & Belgrad, a Baltimore-based law firm, appointed Barry Weiskopf partner.

Glass, Jacobson & Associates, an Owings Mills-based accounting and management consulting firm, named Bart W. Scheffel stockholder.

Financial services

Legg Mason Wood Walker Inc., an investment brokerage and financial services firm based in Baltimore, appointed Carol TTC Eisman investment executive in the Pikesville office.

Prudential Insurance in Timonium appointed Randall C. Bielke, Stephen P. Seminazzi and Michael S. Tulkoff special agents and registered representatives.

NCNB National Bank of Maryland promoted Linda C. Sokolowski to vice president, human resources, and Howard E. Stone, Marie T. Ourand, Gail D. Houser and Kimberly G. Cresic to assistant vice presidents.

Health care

Fallston General Hospital named William Hunter director of imaging services.

On the board

Federal Reserve System named the following to the boards of directors: Stephen Brobeck to Class C director, the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond; William H. Wynn director of the Baltimore branch, and William E. Masters director of the Charlotte, N.C., branch. Mr. Brobeck is executive director of Consumer Federation of America, William H. Wynn is international president of the United Food and Commercial Workers International and William E. Masters is president of Perception Inc. in Easley, S.C.

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