InsuranceJoyce N. Collett has been appointed office...

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May 29, 1991


Joyce N. Collett has been appointed office supervisor for the Columbia office of Canada Life Assurance Co. Previously she was a supervisor at Chevy Chase Federal Savings Bank in Laurel.

Bryn Mawr Rehab of Malvern, Pa., has appointed Beverly A. Canatella as client representative. Her territory is Maryland, Delaware and Virginia. Her duties including representing the company in the work of the Maryland General-Bryn Mawr Rehab Center in Baltimore. In this capacity she works with brain injured and orthopedic patients.

Mary Filippelli has been appointed administrative director of the center, which is a comprehensive rehabilitation unit designed to accommodate 33 beds and two outpatient satellite programs. It is intended to provide rehabilitative treatment for patients suffering from traumatic brain injuries, other neurological injuries, stroke, work injuries, arthritis, amputation and orthopedic disorders.

Previously Canatella worked for ACE Medical Co. and Squibb Diagnostics and Filippelli worked for Graduate Health System and Hospital Corp. of America.

Michael H. Lancaster has been appointed chief business officer at Villa Julie College. Lancaster, who is a certified public accountant, was previously business manager at Calvert School.

At Goucher College, Frances P. Saybolt has been named director of alumni relations; Leslie P. Lichtenberg has been named media relations specialist, and Jennifer M. Dyer has been named assistant director of publications.

For the past two years, Saybolt has been telemarketing supervisor for the catalog division of Jos. A. Bank Clothiers. Previously Lichtenberg was assistant to the director of corporate public relations at the Rouse Co. Dyer was formerly coordinator of public relations for the Baltimore Museum of Art.

5/8 Perry E. Darby, a specialist in worker's compensation law, has become a partner at Semmes, Bowen and Semmes. Before joining the firm in 1988, he was chief compensation attorney for Bethlehem Steel Corp. at the Sparrows Point plant.

JoAnne Zawitoski, an attorney in the firm's Baltimore office, was appointed by the U.S. State Department as one of four members of a U.S. delegation to an international conference held last month in Vienna. She attended the diplomatic conference on the UNCITRAL Convention of the Liability of Operators of Transport Terminals in International Trade. The convention is a new international treaty intended to fill gaps in existing law. It establishes rights and duties relating to the care and handling of goods transported by air, sea, rail and road.

Zawitoski, a partner of Semmes, Bowen and Semmes, was the only attorney in private practice to serve as a national delegate. She currently is chair of the Stevedoring and Terminal Operators Committee of the Maritime Law Association of the United States.

Shahid S. Ali has joined the staff of the Daily Record newspaper and Warfield's magazine as advertising designer. He responsible for the design and production of ads for both publications as well as supplements for the Daily Record. Previously he was art director in the advertising department of the Baltimore Sun.

Lynnette Singleton has joined Abrams, Foster, Nole & Williams, Certified Public Accountants, as a staff accountant.

* Tom Holly has joined Coopers & Lybrand as a senior taassociate. He was formerly a senior tax accountant with Laventhol & Horwath in Washington.

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