Mcgraw Named Bank Vp

Business people

June 17, 1991

Michael T. McGraw has joined the mortgage division of Second National Federal Savings Bank as vice president and loan officer for mortgage organization.

McGraw came to Second National in 1984 as assistant vice president and manager of the Annapolis office. He was promotedto regional vice president in 1987 with responsibilities for branch administration at eight offices in Anne Arundel and Prince George's counties.

Prior to joining Second National, McGraw was an assistant vice president and branch manager for Annapolis Federal.

An Annapolis native, McGraw graduated from St. Mary's High School in 1976 and attended Anne Arundel Community College. He is a member of the Annapolis Optimist Club.

NEWTON JOINS CHAMPION

Champion Realty Inc. has announced the affiliation of Doug Newton, a full-time sales associate, with its Severna Park office at 541-A Baltimore-Annapolis Blvd., in Olde Severna Park Village Center.

Newton is recognized as a multimillion-dollar real estate agent specializing in military relocations.

REALTY HAS NEW MANAGER

Ken Carter of Manis & Wright Realty in Annapolishas been named sales manager of the firm's newly expanded commercialinvestment division.

Carter, a 25-year veteran of the real estatebusiness, most recently worked for Champion Realty and is recognizedas one of the county's top commercial producers in the sale and lease of office, industrial and retail space.

LOEWS PROMOTES NESTOR

Loews Annapolis Hotel recently promoted Kathleen Nestor to the positionof access sales representative.

Nestor will be responsible for booking rooms, arranging meetings and answering all catering groups of five to 10 people.

Employed by the hotel for the past two years, most recently as a catering assistant, Nestor was a secretary before joining Loews.

WESTINGHOUSE APPOINTS 3

Westinghouse Electronic Systems Group has announced the appointment of three new division generalmanagers.

William R. Adams has been appointed general manager of the newly created Airborne Early Warning Systems Division; Kenneth A.Jones will be general manager of the Control, Communications and Intelligence Logistics Support Division; and James F. Pitts has been appointed general manager of the Air Force Avionics Division.

Adams will be responsible for all Westinghouse activities related to the AWACS (Airborne Warning and Control System) and its associated upgrade program.

Jones will oversee all logistics support activities for the electronic, warfare, space, airborne early warning systems and communications divisions.

Pitts will be responsible for providing electronic systems for the U.S. Air Force's F-16, B-1B and the Advanced Tactical Fighter.

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