Accounting:H. Terry Hancock has been elected to the...

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April 15, 1991


H. Terry Hancock has been elected to the seven-member partnership board of Clifton, Gunderson & Co., Certified Public Accountants. Hancock, partner-in-charge of the Baltimore office, is the first partner from the East Coast to be elected to the firm's board.

In the Baltimore office of Coopers & Lybrand, Scott Crockett has been appointed director, reorganization services; Michael Crawford has been appointed senior associate, management consultant services-health care, and Mike Stough has been appointed senior associate, information technology audit services. The Liberty Medical Center has appointed Joseph W. Hyman as special assistant to the president/administrative analyst. Previously, he was director of materials management at Baltimore County General Hospital.

At St. Agnes Hospital, Linda Cunningham was named director of occupational therapy, speech and audiology.

Gene Kermisch, a registered physical therapist, has been appointed director of respiratory therapy for the Levindale Hebrew Geriatric Center and Hospital. During his 26 years of experience in the field, he invented a ventilator system for caring for premature infants. Debra J. Tervala, a former business attorney for Whiteford, Taylor and Preston, has become a full-time associate professor in the Paralegal Studies Program at Dundalk Community College, where she previously had taught part-time.

At the New Community College of Baltimore, Sue Carnell, formerly director of communications, has been named advancement administrator. Herbert Sledge, formerly director of development, was named director of public relations. He will also continue to serve as executive director of the New CCB Foundation Inc. Deborah Pankey Stewart, formerly assistant director of communications, has been promoted to director of publications. Frederick H. Eisenbrandt Jr. has joined the restoration and remodeling division of Gaylord Brooks as a consultant. Eisenbrandt has 37 years of experience in the construction industry.

Sam H. Hodges 3rd has joined Kayne/Levin/Neilson/Bavar Realtors' Columbia office. Previously he was with First Capital Realty in Chevy Chase. Kathleen Bond has been named director of marketing, Office of International Trade for the Maryland International Division, part of the state's Department of Economic and Employment Development. Prior to joining the division two years ago, she was manager of the international division of EIL Instruments Inc., which received the "E" Award for export activities from the U.S. Department of Commerce. The First National Bank of Maryland has promoted Kenneth R. Kasprzak to vice president in the Information Systems Management Division.

At Signet Bank, Kenneth L. Gray, senior vice president, has been named officer in charge of the Commercial Real Estate Division in the Maryland region.

Promoted to vice president at Signet were Thomas H. Gould and J. Daniel Sadler, equipment finance and leasing division; Judith A. Griffing and Patrick A. Mackesey, consumer real estate division, and Deborah O. Kasper, commercial banking division. Nan Duskin, the women's specialty retailer, has appointed Jane Ann Simpson vice president and manager of the Baltimore store, located in the Village of Cross Keys.

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