New positionsInland Leidy Inc., a distributor of...

ON THE MOVE

February 18, 1991

New positions

Inland Leidy Inc., a distributor of industrial chemicals, oils and lubricants, named Alan H. Deitch sales representative.

Greiner Inc., an architectural and engineering firm based in Timonium, named James M. Cloud vice president.

Sheraton International Hotel at Baltimore-Washington International Airport named Steve Book general manager.

EA Engineering, Science and Technology Inc., a Hunt Valley-based professional services consulting firm, appointed Charles W. Curt director of the building systems division.

American Office, a Gaithersburg-based office furniture dealership, named Susan G. Cronin project manager.

Princess Royale, a hotel in Ocean City, announced the following appointments: David Douglas, restaurant manager; Michael Toth, purchasing agent; Helen Roseman, director of services; Tom Mason, director of engineering; Mike Cluster, assistant director of engineering; Laurie Phoebus, reservations supervisor; David Wells, executive chef; Terri Mahoney, marketing manager; Linda Thompson, assistant director of personnel; and Frank Beam, beverage director and assistant director of food and beverage.

Wallace Computer Services Inc. promoted Allan Brookhart to sales supervisor of the Baltimore sales office.

University of Maryland at Baltimore named Dr. Eric J. Hovland acting vice president for academic affairs. Dr. Hovland is professor and chairman of the Department of Endodontics at the Baltimore College of Dental Surgery.

Riemer Muegge & Associates Inc., a regional land planning, engineering and consulting firm, appointed Loren Scheiber vice president and director of utilities.

KCI Technologies Inc., a consulting engineering firm that was formerly called Kidde Consultants Inc., named H. LeRoy Whitely Jr. head of the water and wastewater division.

Heery International Inc., an Atlanta-based architecture, engineering and construction management firm, appointed the following associates in the Heery Program Management unit in the Baltimore area: Bernard C. Blair, cost analyst; Richard C. Kammann, project development manager; and Peter F. Nettleton and Richard A. Parks, project managers.

Computer Task Group Inc., a provider of commercial professional services in Baltimore, named Donald P. Kingston Baltimore branch manager, Stephanie McCullough professional services manager and Robert West marketing representative.

CADO Systems of Maryland, an Owings Mills-based provider of computer software and hardware for management systems, )R named Stephen N. Malik vice president of sales.

Penril DataComm Networks Inc., a Gaithersburg-based manufacturer of data communications equipment and testing and measurement instruments, appointed John D. Familetti president of Technipower Inc., a subsidiary in Danbury, Conn.

Greenhorne & O'Mara Inc., a Greenbelt-based consulting design firm, named Bruce D. Boltz Jr. division manager for construction services.

U.S. Postal Service named Richard W. Rudez Baltimore division general manager/postmaster.

PacifiCorp Capital, a Reston, Va.-based computer leasing and municipal finance company, appointed James H. Hooker president.

Smithsonian magazine in Washington appointed Constance A. Bond art editor.

Legal and professional

Whiteford, Taylor & Preston, a law firm with offices in Baltimore, Towson and Washington, appointed the following partners: Charles A. Berardesco, Jack L. B. Gohn and Paul Nussbuam in the Baltimore office and Barbara L. Ayres, Christopher S. Lambert and Carol Zuckerman in the Towson office.

Clifton, Gunderson & Co., a regional accounting and consulting firm, named Mark K. Hilton manager in the office health care department.

Bond. Beebe, Barton & Muckelbauer, a Washington-based accounting firm, named the following junior accountants: Michael Stehly in the Alexandria office and Rajan Seth, Terry J. Whitehouse and Georgia Galiachatos in the Washington office.

Venable, Baetjer, Howard & Civiletti, the Washington division of the Baltimore-based law firm Venable, Baetjer and Howard, named Thomas R. Bartman to the division's environmental law group.

Wolpoff & Co., an accounting firm in Baltimore, named Nancy Stemplemanager in the tax department, Mike Bjoro supervisor and Mary Beth Kepler senior accountant.

Gordon, Feinblatt, Rothman, Hoffberger & Hollander, a Baltimore law firm, named the following associates: Anne Lawrence Deering, James C. Godey Jr., Lincoln S. Levarge, Dorothy J. Wilson and Daniel J. Vaccaro.

Financial services

Maryland Casualty Co. in Baltimore appointed Frederick W. ** McGowan assistant vice president for special investigations and Vincent Freaney vice president for personal insurance operations.

Merrill Lynch & Co. Inc. named J. E. "Butch" Woodward resident vice president for the Baltimore office.

Health care

Levindale Hebrew Geriatric Center and Hospital in Baltimore named Ruth Anne Fulger associate director of nursing.

Physicians Memorial Hospital in La Plata named Susan L. Hunsaker president and chief executive officer.

CMG Health, an Owings Mills-based mental health and addiction treatment company, appointed Wayne E. Feest vice president of sales and marketing.

Advertising and P.R.

Hartt and Co., a Baltimore-based advertising and public relations agency, promoted Cami Colarossi and Mary Cook to account executives.

Real estate, development

KMS Group Inc., a Columbia-based commercial real estate developer, named James E. Grady vice president of asset management.

Champion Realty Inc. in Annapolis named Margaret McLean sales associate.

Kayne/Levin/Neilson/Bavar Realtors, a Baltimore-based business real estate brokerage company, named Thomas C. Martel president. He succeeds Allen Kayne, who will continue at the company as a principal.

Long & Foster Realtors in Odenton named Joe "Willie" Deshaies sales associate.

O'Conor, Piper & Flynn Realtors in Roland Park named Marianne Schaffer Sekulow sales associate and the Greenspring sales office named Carolynne R. Shumate sales associate.

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