James E. Tebay has been appointed the first president of the Foundation for Manufacturing Excellence Inc., a non-profit technology transfer organization that serves Maryland corporations as an information source and clearinghouse for new and improved manufacturing technologies.
Previously he was with Rexnord Automation, serving as president of Rexnord's Applied Products Group of high-technology companies.
Richard H. Bass has been promoted to senior vice president in the Corporate Trust Department at the First National Bank of Maryland.
Larry L. Vakoutis has been appointed head of the Masters 100 Division of Human Equations Inc., a company that attempts to improve productivity and profitability by measuring and changing workers' performance. The new division addresses supervisors and managers.
* George Anzalone and Steven Loomis have joined the defined (( benefit staff at Yaffe & Co. Inc., a benefit, compensation and human resources consulting firm.
Kathleen M. Monroe has been appointed information and referral coordinator for the RP Foundation Fighting Blindness, the national eye research foundation.
Mary Lynn Devlin has been appointed executive director of the Business and Continuing Education Center at the New Community College of Baltimore. She oversees the college's contract instruction, customized training for businesses, apprenticeship programs, literacy education and noncredit instruction. She also manages the conference center at the Harbor campus.
Michel Lamy has been appointed food and beverage director at the Cross Keys Inn, whose restaurants include Crossroads and The Roost. A native of France, Lamy began his career in European restaurants. He was most recently food and beverage director for hotels in Little Rock, Ark.
William R. Ross, a director of tax services for Stegman and Co., has been authorized by the International Board of Standards and Practices for Certified Financial Planners Inc. to use the certification marks CFP. Ross is an accredited personal financial specialist and a certified public accountant.
Thomas Calvert has received the Melville Award, a technical honor bestowed annually on scientists and engineers at the David Taylor Research Center in Annapolis. Calvert, a senior project engineer, was recognized for his contributions in developing silencing techniques for machinery used aboard U.S. Navy submarines. The research center is the Navy's principal research, development, test and evaluation facility for submarines, surface ships and advanced craft.Health:Dr. Barry
S. Gold, a Baltimore internist and medical director of Maryland State Medicare, has been elected to fellowship in the American College of Physicians, an honor accorded annually to only 500 doctors nationwide.
Linda S. Huddles has been named a partner of Psych Associates, a Towson-base private mental health facility. Huddles, a certified professional counselor, will focus on new program development.
Christopher Scharpf has been promoted to senior copywriter at Gray, Kirk & Evans.
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